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Marmot Helium Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down

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    So light you'll forget you're asleep.

    Lighter than an imaginary cloud (and far warmer), Marmot's Helium 15-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is the perfect bag for long, chilly trips when added ounces can mean serious slowdowns. The Helium is part of Marmot's Ultralight series, which isn't quite as airy as the barely-there Ion, but it's a lot more affordable and still a killer three-season bag for backpacking, camping, and alpine missions. Pertex Microlight and nylon ripstop fabrics keep the superlight 800-fill goose down from escaping, and Marmot's Smooth-Curved baffle construction prevents the insulation from shifting around, so you're not fighting cold spots as you drift off to sleep. The Helium also sports an anatomically designed footbox and drawcord hood to keep your extremities toasty, and it uses a dual-zipper construction to let you fold down the top of the bag to sit up and increase ventilation when the night is a little warmer than expected.

    • 15 degree temperature rating
    • 800-fill down insulation
    • Pertex Microlight and nylon ripstop fabrics
    • DWR treatment
    • Anatomically designed wrap-around footbox
    • Drawcord hood
    • Dual zippers
    • Item #MAR00TJ

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] Pertex Microlight (20D nylon ripstop), DWR treatment, [lining] 30D nylon, DWR treatment
    Insulation
    800-fill down
    Shape
    mummy
    Zipper
    full-length left, short right
    Bag Length
    [regular] 6 ft, [long] 6 ft 6 in
    Degree
    15 F
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 2 lb 1 oz, [long] 2 lb 4.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Rockin Bag

      I love Marmot Bags. They have never given me problems with leakage, they compress down awesome and are pretty light. Just as a warning, I think the 15 degree rating is more of an extreme rating, so if you run a little cold, you may want to look somewhere else.

      Amazing, Incredible, Superb Sleeping Bag

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I carried this sleeping bag with me the whole way from Mexico to Canada on the PCT this past summer (2016). This was hands down my most favorite piece of gear. I looked forward to crawling into it every night and I did everything and anything I could from within it each morning just to delay getting out of it. It kept me warm in all the rain, snow, hail, and intense wind that I encountered through the desert, Sierras, and Washington with just a Therm-A-Rest Ridgerest underneath and no liner. I didn't carry a thermometer so I'm not sure what temperatures it got to, but it was certainly below freezing on multiple occasions (woke up to frozen shoe laces) and I never awoke due to being cold. In fact, most nights I would have to unzip the bottom half because I was so warm!! I literally cannot think of a single con to this bag even after 4.5 months -- it is still just as lofty as the day I received it, it's spacious inside if you like to move around a lot in your sleep (I do) but never lets in cold air, it only shed a few feathers hear and there, packs down small in my 65 L pack...just an all around perfect bag.

      For reference: I'm female, 5'6", around 140 lbs, and I bought a regular size. I had probably 6-8 inches of extra room at the bottom and plenty of room around me.

      Great bag for the cold

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Used this bag for 4 nights in Yosemite over Thanksgiving. 2 nights were around 30F and the other 2 were 10-15F camping on snow. It packed down super small to make space in my backpack for the warm gear needed to get through the day. The foot box had plenty of room and kept my feet warm which is something I've had a lot of trouble with in other bags. I'm 6'3" and fit fully stretched out and it's comfortably roomy in a normal sleeping position without letting the warm air out. Great bag that was definitely worth the money.

      Nice but not a 15 degree bag

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I really want to like this bag but do not feel it is a 15 degree bag. It is just not that warm.

      I own the Marmot 30 degree 800fill Arroyo as well as the 800 fill zero degree bag. Both are true ratings. I wanted a fall bag where the 30 was not enough but the 0 was too much.

      After several weeks of use in Wyoming and Montana where nightly lows occasionally hit 28 and usually about 35 I slept cold most nights. I added a liner and slept in my base layers and still never got as warm as I expected. For comparison I have many Wyoming nights in my 30 degree Arroyo where it hit freezing and only when it hit 27 did I start to get cold. With my zero degree bag, I cannot even zip it up until it's colder than 20.

      I was really hoping this would split the difference, but it does not sleep any warmer than my old Arroyo.

      Best bag ever!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      My husband, 10 year old son, and I got into backpacking 5 years ago. We finally decided to get our pack weight down to a more manageable level. We discovered that our old sleeping bags were near 4-4 1/2 lbs. We were suffering so on the long hikes. We researched bags and lo and behold we found the Marmot Xenon for women and the Helium for men. Mine 2.5 lbs, his 2.1. We went to Yosemite over Labor Day. The nights were quite chilly. Low 40's. The new bags were super warm. Only needed underwear and a base layer inside. Cozy cozy. Not only did we have lighter packs on our trip but toasty warm nights! We both bought the regular length. I am 5'6" and my husband 5'9" with slight builds. We fit perfect in each. Well worth the expense! Thank you Marmot!

      light and lofty

        so happy with this bag! packs down small, then fills out very nice when open. hooded area works great as a pillow if you stuff some xtra layers underneath it. excellent customer service from backcountry.com throughout my ordering process.

        Amazing

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I have used this from 17-35 degrees without a pad and it is amazing! I'm always warm, and comfortable. The down quality is great. It regains its loft quickly after being in the stuff sack. It is super light and I love the venting, and cinching capability to increase or decrease warmth.

        One for the long haul

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This is my second Marmot Helium bag. the first served me for almost 20 years...in fact, I still use it in the summer. It has lost some loft and warmth from a couple goes through the washing machine.

        The new one I have had for a couple seasons and it's just a great spot to be when it gets chilly. I've used it down to about 20 degrees on a October trip to the Sierra. Super compressible and light, but still plenty roomy so I can pull my knees up (i'm 6' even and sleep on my side). I am very careful with this bag: it doesn't stay stuffed any longer than necessary.

        Looking forward to many years of service from this bag.

        Does this version of the Helium 15 have the water resistant down? (Down Defender)? Thanks!

        Does this come with a stuff sack?