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Marmot Ouray Sleeping Bag: 0-Degree Down - Women's

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    10 Reviews


    Who needs hotels anyway?

    You made a hotel reservation a month and a half before the Ice Festival, but now the hotel has no record of it. It doesn't matter too much though, because you brought your Marmot Women's Ouray 0-Degree Down Sleeping Bag along just in case, which is probably a whole lot better than that hole of a hotel-motel, anyway. Plus, this way you'll have an extra hundred bucks a night to blow at the bar after the day's festivities.

    Marmot set the Ouray up with all the features you'd expect of a dependable 0-degree bag by insulating it with water-resistant down and treating the ripstop fabric with a DWR finish for extra protection against moisture and condensation from tent walls or car windows. The mummy shape of the bag includes an anatomic footbox to give your toes a little wiggle room during the night, because waking up with cold toes is almost as bad as waking up in a flea-ridden hotel bed. In order to limit heat loss, Marmot backed the zipper with a snag-free insulated draft tube and put the seams at ground level to help trap warm air, and included a hood that can be cinched down tightly when things get really cold. The Ouray also features a multi-baffle construction to keep the down from wandering as you roll around at night, so you don't have to struggle through cold spots.

    • 0-degree temperature rating
    • 650-fill treated down insulation
    • Mummy shape with anatomic footbox
    • Ripstop nylon with DWR finish
    • Nautilus multi-baffle hood
    • Insulated draft tube
    • Ground level side seams
    • Internal stash pocket
    • Item #MAR00TK

    Tech Specs

    30D nylon ripstop, DWR finish
    650-fill down
    Shoulder Circumference
    [regular] 56 in, [long] 59 in
    Hip Circumference
    [regular] 56 in, [long] 59 in
    Foot Circumference
    [regular] 37 in, [long] 39 in
    Bag Length
    [regular] 78 in, [long] 84 in
    inside zip
    Fill Weight
    [regular] 38.5 oz, [long] 40.7 oz
    0 F
    Stuff Sack
    Stuff Size
    9.5 x 19 in
    Claimed Weight
    [regular] 3 lb 7 oz, [long] 3 lb 13 oz
    Recommended Use
    winter camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Stay Toasty Friends!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this bag because I HATE being cold while camping. My biggest issue is keeping my feet toasty all night. This bag has done a great job of keeping my whole body warm. I've used it a lot for camping in Utah including freezing nights up some of our local canyons. There is extra insulation around the zipper which does a good job of staying in place and keeping the zipper covered so it doesn't get drafty. I sleep like a baby in this bag! I am 5'6" and fit nicely in the regular.

    Be warm, my love!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I wanted one bag to rule them all, and when I say 'rule,' I mean, I don't want to be cold, EVER. I mostly car camp across 3 seasons in Utah, Idaho, Colorado and Wyoming, where evening temps can range from 20-40 degrees in spring/ summer/ fall. If you are habitually cold, don't think a 25 degree bag will get you through a 25 degree night. I'm not sure who wrote that cruel joke, but it stops now. I've used this bag in Southern Utah in the summer. Seriously; the desert is cold at night, and I get cold. I can't stress this enough to cold women; if you run cold and you're heading out to an area that dips below 40 degrees at night, consider a 0-degree bag. You can always unzip it, sleep half-out, or on top of it. You cannot, however, make yourself warm in a 25 degree bag when the insulation simply isn't there. It'll be a little heavier, and a little bulkier, but you'll thank yourself for packing it in and enjoying a toasty night. Okay rant over! This 0-degree, specifically, is soft, cozy and wide enough to be comfortable in the shoulders. I'm not a huge fan of the foot box design, since it is very constricting, but it does keep my feet warm by having less volume around them. I can stuff this into a 16L compression sack, and I definitely recommend getting one. Cold sleepers, feel free to contact me for any sleep system recommendations- I got you!

    Be warm, my love!

    Perfect fit for cold blood/feet

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

    I purchased this over the spring and finally used it this past weekend. As far north as you can get in the U.P. The first night was cool, damp and windy. I was in the APLS Lynx tent with no rain fly. Went to bed in 2 layers as I am usually cold and woke up sweating. 2nd night weather was a bit cooler as the skies cleared. I went to bed in a tank and shorts and slept like a baby. I cannot wait to take this winter camping.

    So comfy!

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

    I'm super stoked for this bag! I've used it once so far when lows were in the low 30's. It was definitely way too warm for the weather, but I was so excited to take it out I couldn't wait and I was glad to know I wouldn't be cold. That being said, I can attest to how well the zippers work and how pleasantly surprised I was to find the main pull is glow-in-the dark! I was able to easily vent the bag in the night to keep my body at a comfortable temperature. And while I haven't used it in colder temperatures yet, I do feel confident that it'll keep me warm into single digits.
    This bag lofts up nice and fluffy and is very comfortable to sleep in. I found that I had the perfect amount of space to move around in the bag when it was fully zipped, without it being overly spacious.
    The bag does compress down relatively well onto the provided stuff sack, but I found you can cut the size in about half with a compression sack.
    Overall, I feel like this bag is unbeatable for the price. It's super warm, not too heavy, and packable.

    Good with reservations

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I'm 5'7", 130lb or so. The Long was perfect for me. The material feels great, soft and quiet. Most other details are what I expect from Marmot. I decided to try the Ouray because I needed a 0-deg bag, and I like Marmot product. Lots of good things as others mentioned, and I'm sure it would have been great, but for a couple things that didn't do it for me.
    First, the fill on the bottom did not fill as much as floor models I saw prior to buying this bag. I fluffed and fluffed as much as possible; let the bag hang for over a week; fluffed some more; but the bottom fill never fully filled the baffles. I could see light coming through many spots. Perhaps I got a bag that didn't get filled properly.
    Second, I don't like the way the foot box is designed into the bag. It's a bit hard to describe. The bigger space/more fill is good, but getting my feet into the bag is not as smooth as I'd expect. The zipper stops perhaps 12" or more from the bottom of the bag. And it's here where where the trapezoidal foot box begins to take shape. But rather than the bag smoothing down from the body to the foot box, there are these actual stopping points you can feel. If you mis-direct your foot on entry (lights on or off), you could jam your toe into this stopping point. I don't mind getting used to new features on gear, but re-training myself on how to get into my sleeping bag isn't really one of them. I camp a lot; so it's not like I can just "live with it" for the few times I camp.
    And the zipper not going down even to within 6" of the bottom of the bag won't let you open the bottom of the zipper a bit to let in a bit of cool air if your feet overheat.
    So except for the low fill on the bottom of the bag and oddities of the foot box, this bag would have been great for me. Giving it 3 for these two issues.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love love love this bag!! It is so warm, and comfortable to sleep in!
    I'm going to be honest, my husband may use this bag more than I do! haha. He loves this bag just as much as I do. So men, don't be afraid if it says "women's" on the bag, you'll love this bag too!
    This bag is truly comfortable. It has some room to move around while still having that mummy shape to keep you really warm. The down insulation is so cozy, and you can feel how high quality this bag is.
    I love the little added features too, like the inside zipper to keep your phone warm at night so the battery won't die as fast, or keep whatever treasures you need near you at night.

    Super warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Definitely not a night in the Sierras bag, I sweat all over inside of it. Meant for snow/ice camping. Comfy, fairly light-weight. Good shape, durable. Can fit in a sea-to-summit compression sack if you want to get the volume even smaller than the stuff sack (can reduce it by about 50% more in size compressed).

    Truly keeps me warm!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Finally - a zero degree bag that truly keeps me warm!
    Love it!
    Is spacious and very, very warm. As you will read in other reviews, it has a bit of a funky smell, but it doesn't really bother me/my husband. It can be squished into a pretty small stuff sack.

    I used it during our 3 week trip in Iceland where it was cold and wet....and cold and wet and wet and wet. It held up beautifully.
    Overall, I highly recommend it if you run cold, camp where you may get wet and like to move around a lot in a bag.

    Life is too short to sleep cold

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this bag for my wife because she generally runs cold and there are few things worse than sleeping cold when camping. Marmot makes the best bags in my opinion and the Ouray Women's bag is no exception. The pillowy down keeps her very warm and is treated with DWR to combat moisture so the down will loft and continue to deliver warmth in more humid/wet environments. The small details really matter on a great sleeping bag. The draft collar system in this bag is one of the best that I have seen. If you don't know what a draft collar is, it is the small barrier in the bag around your upper chest/neck that keeps cold air from entering the bag via creating a barrier. The draft collar in this bag is well placed, has a cinch and perhaps most importantly is not noticeable when cinched down to allow for comfortable sleep. Unless you are an ultra-light style backpacker you will not notice the extra weight (ounces) or size in terms of packability. There are bags that are ounces lighter and may pack slightly smaller, but this bag is a top-of-the-line alternative for 97% of the camping population.

    I could not recommend this bag more highly

    Hefty but Warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I run really cold in general and had a hard time figuring out why I could never get to sleep on camping trips. Turns out the cold was the culprit. Ever since purchasing this bag I've slept like a baby! probably better than a baby. It's definitely a true zero degree temperature rating and could even be used in temps below that in my opinion. The bag is typical Marmot, high quality goodness, and it feels like you are sleeping on a cloud. Only drawbacks to this bag are the weight and the stuff size, but I knew about these going into the purchase. I mainly use this bag for winter car camping and short backpacking trips and the extra weight is well worth it. The zipper also doesn't get caught when zipping up and down like other bags I've used.

    I'm 5 feet 7 inches, should I purchase regular or long. Thanks!

    Hi Abi, At 5'7" I would definitely go with the regular length bag. If you have any other questions, feel free to give me a shout directly and I'll get you taken care of. - Matthew Pizza - Customer Account Manager

    Unanswered Question

    Will this bag zip together with a marmot couloir ? The couloir has a pretty standard YKK zipper. Does Th ouray have a normal zipper or is it an oddball size?

    Wil this bag fit into a 15 L compression sack?

    Xiru, it "might" barely fit. I would recommend going up to a larger size. This way it will fit and be easy to get in there. I've been trying to push the limits of compression sacks and ripping them or finding that I appreciate sizing up so its easy to stuff.