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Marmot Fulcrum 15 Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down

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    Fulcrum 15 Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down

    Add another reliable piece to your outdoor camping kit with this versatile three-season bag. From cool climbing trips in the desert to shoulder-season backpacking excursions, its light and packable yet toasty-warm down insulation will be a welcome companion on chilly nights in your favorite places.

    • 3-season bag for fall backpacking and high-altitude summer campouts
    • 15-degree rating is ideal for shoulder-season excursions
    • Down insulation is light and packable without sacrificing warmth
    • Hydrophobic treatment keeps your down loftier in wet conditions
    • Smooth-curved baffles reduce down shifting at night or in-transit
    • Multi-baffle drawcord hood prevents heat loss during sleep
    • Two-way locking zipper ensures easy access and quick ventilation
    • Internal stash pocket keeps your headlamp close by
    • Secondary zipper provides added ventilation on warmer summer nights
    • Item #MAR01YV

    Tech Specs

    100% recycled synthetic
    700-fill down, Down Defender treatment
    [main zipper] full-length two-way, [secondary zipper] fold-down
    Draft Tube
    snagless, insulated
    [internal] 1 stash
    Storage Sack
    Stuff Sack
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, mountaineering, weekend camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

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