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    17 Reviews


    Saw some logs.

    Roll up your Marmot Sawtooth 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag and hit the winding trail knowing a good night's sleep is just a stuff sack away. Its well-rounded design and top-shelf features make the Sawtooth a welcome companion whether you're exploring the jagged granite peaks of its namesake range or sleeping in the back of your car during a two week climbing pilgrimage to Yosemite. The Sawtooth weighs a highly manageable 2.5 pounds, making it a viable bag for backpacking and long treks, but with a slightly roomier design shape and anatomical foot box, it's plenty comfortable when you're camped close to the car.

    For insulation, Marmot used treated 650-fill down to keep the Sawtooth light, warm, and water-resistant, so a little dampness won't lead to a sleepless night. The zipper is backed by an insulated draft tube to prevent cold air from creeping through during those chilly nights, and the seams are oriented towards the ground to help limit heat loss. Stretch tricot baffles maximize the loft of the down for even more comfort, and the hood can be cinched down tightly to help trap heat you'd otherwise lose through your noggin.

    • Cozy, comfortable, and durable bag for cold nights
    • 650-fill hydrophobic down insulation offers toasty warmth
    • Mummy shape with anatomic footbox conform to your shape
    • Nautilus multi-baffle hood seals out chilly drafts
    • Internal stash pocket keeps headlamps and maps nearby
    • Included stuff sack makes for easy storage
    • Item #MAR00TE

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 30D 100% nylon, DWR, [lining] 30D 100% nylon, DWR
    650-fill Power duck down
    Draft Tube
    1 internal stash
    Storage Sack
    Stuff Sack
    Claimed Weight
    2lb 7.5oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, weekend camping, winter camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Still testing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I’ve used this sleeping bag through the whole summer in the high desert where temps dip as low as 35 F after a normal warm summer day. I’ve also used it this fall doing some car camping too. That said I’ve yet to get even the slightest of chill in this thing. It’s the best sleeping bag I’ve ever owned by far. But if you’re planning to use it for a lot of sleeping in the snow and colder winter temps I might go for something a little warmer.

    Great bag for warmer sleepers

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I sleep cold, and was a little cold in this bag with thermals on when temps were around 35-40. I decided to go with a Marmot Never Summer for myself due to my sleeping so cold, but gave this bag to my boyfriend who finds it very comfortable in lower temps, making it a good bag for hunting season. It compresses well for it's price point, but is by no means an ultralight bag. We have not noticed loss of loft so far.

    Best Use, shoulder season bag (fall and

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Long
    • Height: 6'3"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    Good friend review: The Marmot Sawtooth is my third Marmot bag, all Long Left Zip. The bags I am comparing the Sawtooth to are the Lithium (zero degree 850 fill) and Trestles 15 (synthetic). I am 6'3" 180 lbs and believe I sleep mildly warmer than average. I found the sawtooth to be narrower than the other two bags but of the same length. This bag is claiming a comfort rating of 27 degrees fahrenheit and a lower limit of 17 degrees. My experience of the bag is that cold spots are noticeable around 35 degrees (sleeping in top and bottom thermals). the bag compresses well and easily fits into a Large Sea to Summit compression sack. This bag performed well with two notable complaints: I found the stitching in the quilting of the bag to be limiting. It feels as the stitching restricts movement rather than stretching with the user as the stitching in the lithium does. The material also loses down more quickly than I have experienced with my Lithium. A friend of mine using the women's Ouray sleeping bag (2017) has experienced a similar rate of loss of down. Overall, I would absolutely buy this bag again with the expectation of a limited season 30-45 degrees (Autumn). For colder sleepers, I recommend the Marmot Lithium.

    Warm Goodness

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love this bag, it packs down nice and small and keeps me plenty warm. I don't really do any winter camping, I just really hate being cold and this does the job down into 30's no problem. Smooth zippers and solid construction.

    Awesome sleeping bag!

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

    I bought this for my husband for our fist backpacking trip to the Enchantments in WA. Nights were under 40F and he was warm and cozy. It is super soft. I love it too!

    Looks good but weighs over 3.5lbs

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I ordered this bag on 06/15/2017 and it was promptly delivered on 06/19/2017 by Backcountry. The bag arrived in standard packaging. I was excited to upgrade to a 650 fill down bag which weighed only 2lb as per the website but, when the bag arrived I was disappointed by its size and its weight. The bag clearly weighs over 3.5 lbs and is big for a down bag. I had tried few REI down bags before and they all are really light and small. At this price point this bag is too large and heavy, not a great bag if you are trying to upgrade to some thing really light. Just raised a return request to send it back, now have to go through the hassle of returning the bag and I wouldn't even get the full refund for a bag with the wrong product description :(

    wow, was looking at buying this bag, but that is a big discrepancy, even from Marmot's website. That's almost a full pound heavier than claimed. What kind of scale did you use, do you mind posting a pic of the weight? Thanks

    I just bought my marmot sawtooth bag in regular size and weighed it three different ways and came up with the same weight every time. 2.6 lbs. Hope this is helpful for any future buyers.

    I just received my Sawtooth 15 regular length and weighed it with a luggage scale . Without the included stuff sack and storage sack, the sleeping bag weighs 2.8 lbs (2lbs 13oz) or 1.3 Kg. I also measured its interior circumference at its widest point and found it to be approx. 62 inces (158 cm), as I have seen advertised on other sites.

    Warm and Cozy

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I purchased this bag for my boyfriend who is 6' in the regular length and he fit into it just fine, maybe even a little extra room for movement. After only a few uses he is a huge fan and sleeps really well when we go camping.

    Tried and True

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using this bag for 7 years now and it is still going strong. The vast majority of my use has been in Western states between March and November and I have rarely been cold. I am 6' 4" and have the long, and when completely zipped up I don't have the most room to move around but that's just part of sleeping in a mummy bag. Most nights I leave it half unzipped and use a travel sheet/bag liner and am toasty.
    Great investment.

    This gets the job done

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a great sleeping bag that is nice and toasty, packs well, and is pretty light weight considering the cost and warmth of the bag. There are defiantly some 0 degree bags that pack smaller and weigh less, but for the price it is hard to beat. My primary complaint is how wide the bag is. It is great for someone that wants a roomy bag, but I think i could be trimmed down so it packs better and weighs less. Also the hood does not stay in place on my head. It is just too big and floppy.

    I used this bag for a winter Yurt trip in the Sawtooth national Forrest (Irony) and it performed great. During three nights we got roughly 2 feet of snow and I was looking forward to slipping into this bag every night after some margaritas. It is very soft and comfortable and the zipper opens and closes very smoothly with no snag.

    Nice Bag

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

    The bag was comfortable, I played with the amount of clothing needed to stay warm in the bag with temps in the 30's. It was roomy since I bought the long/wide which was nice for a change on a mummy type bag. The material was slick and easy to move around on without sticking to the bag at night. I did notice that numerous (more than 5) feathers had poked through the inner liner during the night, if this continues it won't take many nights to loose it's insulation.
    Overall, I'm happy with the bag, looking forward to my next outing next month.


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

    This sleeping bag is great for backpacking. It's lightweight, so it's easy to pack around, and it's really warm and keeps you warm on chilly nights at high altitudes. I love the mummy fit, but also really like the roomy foot box that gives me some movement.


      I've taken this sleeping bag on several backpacking trips and it's never let me down. It's lightweight, warm, and easy to pack. I've slept in the open at 14,000+ feet while snowing and -10 wind chill, and I was comfortably warm. Definitely recommend.


      Lightweight and warm

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

      This bag is fantastic!!! Kept me warm on a recent trip with sub-freezing temps. Compacts nicely and seems like it will hold up for years to come.

      Cozy and warm

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      An absolute must have for dry temps, the down is extremely warm and compressible, Great for dry conditions - keep in mind it won't hold up as well as a synthetic in humid/wet climates.

      Being lightweight and compact makes it super useful for camping and backpacking.

      So worth it


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

      This guy is an oven. 650 fill ensures that you will be extra toasty on those winter camping excursions. Rated down to 15 degrees, this bag is optimal for cold weather camping. You'll be sweating all night if you use it during the summer. I'd recommend this bag to winter campers and people who run really cold.

      Good balance of price, warmth, & weight

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I call this my 'Swiss Army Knife' of sleeping bags. From desert camping and up into the Rockies, this has been a great 3-season bag. I've also used it in the winter months with good results as long as the temps are above 20°F (I tend to get cold easier than most). With a silk bag liner and decent sleeping pads I bet you could even get into the lower temps comfortably.

      Putting two bags together to make one larger bag has also worked really well. The heat seems to stay inside even though there is extra room at the top of the bag due to combining two mummy style bags.

      The internal stash pocket for keeping those items that tend to loose battery life in the cold has been an excellent feature. The hydrophobic down insulation has also worked well keeping the bag dry and warm when condensation collects in the tent.

      The only real disadvantage I've experienced would be the loft of the bag. It feels like it should be a little loftier, even for a 650 fill.