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Marmot Micron 50 Sleeping Bag: 50 Degree Down

$148.95 - $168.95

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    Comfort in a small package.

    Summer camping can be tricky to navigate, but you hold the key with your Marmot Micron 50 Sleeping Bag. This lightweight, warm-weather sleeping bag is the perfect touch for your nights spent sleeping in your hammock. The down insulation and 50-degree rating is just enough to keep you warm on breezy summer nights without making you wake up in a pool of sweat. The synthetic design and semi-rectangular shape make this bag easy to move around in and packs up small for easy carry after your good night's rest.

    • A minimalist sleeping bag for hammock-camping on summer nights
    • 50-degree rating is perfect for breezy mid-August nights
    • Down fill design packs up small for convenient carry
    • Semi-rectangular shape adds mobility
    • Item #MAR01BC

    Tech Specs

    650-fill down
    Max User Height
    Shoulder Circumference
    Hip Circumference
    Foot Circumference
    Fill Weight
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 2oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, weekend camping
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    Comfy and Light

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This bag is a good buy if you need something very light and versatile. The footbox is pretty small, but it's otherwise really comfy. I bought it for international travel and it survived the first long trip very well. I used it more like a quilt or blanket than as a bag, though I put a light liner in it and zipped it up on one chilly night.