Fulcrum 30 Sleeping Bag: 30 Degree Down
If you're looking for the perfect bag for everything from summer camping trips to year-round couch-surfing travels, look no further. Not only does this bag offer reliable warmth for nights under the stars, but it also packs down easily to fit into a backpacking pack or oversized duffel.
- Lightweight and packable bag for camping in more moderate conditions
- 30-degree rating is ideal for summer camping and general travel
- Down insulation is light on weight 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
- Secondary zipper provides added ventilation on warmer summer nights
- Two-way locking zipper ensures easy access and quick ventilation
- Internal stash pocket keeps your headlamp close by
- Item #MAR01YW
- 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, weekend camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
March 11, 2020
Weight & material specs...
March 11, 2020
Grab before it's gone!
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 1"
- 185 lbs
So from what I can find, the Fulcrum 30 is practically the same as Marmot's "Never Winter" bag (30 deg) but has the more narrow, curved baffles that are found on their more premium models as well as a slightly higher fill-power. With that being said, when these sell out I think that's it because i haven't seen them anywhere else online. Personally I would absolutely recommend this to someone looking for a quality, lightweight, and compact bag with a versatile temperature range. At 30 degrees its well-suited for fall/winter/spring in moderate climates and spring/summer/fall in the higher alpine. It weighs less than 2lbs and packs up very small (the basic stuff sack it came with gets it to about the size of my puffy jacket when it's packed). Zippers are very good (no snagging) and I love the secondary zipper that Marmot includes because you can let your arms out to read/text/cook and still have the bag covering you. The regular size fits me well (6'1") and I'm certain could accommodate anyone up to 6'2". It's an awfully comfortable bag and I like that it's made using recycled materials. I honestly wish I would've gotten this sleeping bag sooner because up until now I've been using an ultralight 45 deg bag for summer and a 15 degree for everything else, which was overkill more often than not. *I've included pictures of the specific temp rating(s) and weight since the page doesn't currently have all the specs listed. Sorry the picture came out upside down*
April 7, 2020
What is the packed size of the bag in the stuff sack?
August 23, 2020
Is the fill made of duck down or goose down?
April 6, 2020
What is the size of the stuff sack? I'm wondering how much this packs down. I can't find information on this bag anywhere online. Thanks.
Daniel Jacobs J.
March 16, 2020
Is the right side (secondary zipper) full length like the left side? Mostly asking because I'm curious if 2 bags can zip together.
February 24, 2020
March 11, 2020
1lb 12.7oz or 815g