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Marmot Sawtooth Sleeping Bag: 15F Down


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Warmth on the road.

Pack up your Marmot Sawtooth 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag and get ready for another day of trail-wandering, knowing that a good night's rest is stuffed in your pack behind you. This sleeping bag's well-rounded design and 15-degree rating will tempt you to bring it along as you explore the jagged peaks of its namesake mountain range or as you make yourself at home in Indian Creek for 3 months on a mission to throw down some crack climbs. The Sawtooth's lightweight construction makes it a good pick for longer backpacking hikes while its roomier design and anatomical foot box make it a comfortable option when you're sleeping in your car or near it. Stretch tricot baffles maximize the loft of the 650-fill down insulation to prevent cold air from creeping in on chilly nights spent dreaming of whatever adventures tomorrow holds.

  • Durable sleeping bag for staying comfy on chilly nights
  • 650-fill down is lightweight, compressible, and insulating
  • Mummy design for natural shape while sleeping
  • Internal stash pocket for keeping headlamps nearby
  • Included stuff sack for easy transport
  • Item #MAR01BF

650-fill duck down
Max User Height
Shoulder Circumference
Hip Circumference
Foot Circumference
Bag Length
[regular] 82in, [long, long/x-wide] 88in
Fill Weight
1lb 4.8oz
European Norm Comfort Rating
European Norm Lower Limit Rating
Stuff Sack
Stuff Size
7.5 x 16in
Claimed Weight
2lb 8oz
Recommended Use
weekend camping
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great bag

STOOOPID warm and comfy

>Rating: 4

Best Band for your Buck

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

I did 4 Stars because I just demoed this and don't know how the quality holds up. But I have other Marmot bags and they are strong. I've felt like Marmot is the best bang for your buck, and this bag lives up to that feeling. It's just what you'd want from a 15 degree bag. It keeps you warm and packs up small enough to use backpacking. I would use this bag at freezing or just below. I get cold easily, so personally I wouldn't use it below 25 degrees. But, my son runs hot and he was comfortable in it at 20. I highly recommend this bag and all other Marmot bags. They make warm bags for a decent price and a decent weight. If you get cold easily or camp in 20 degree or lower, get the Ouray. You will be roasty-toasty!

Nice review. I'm training for the Pacific Crest Trail. 2600 miles, 50-70 lb. pack. High-mountain temps (probably not below 20°F, but you never know). Both weight and warmth equally important. I usually sleep in my clothes and jacket and hat in the cold. Is this a good choice? How heavy is the Ouray in weight in comparison?

>Rating: 5

Warm and packable

I've put it through the wringer

Easy to pack and kept me warm in the desert nights of Utah in spring. Plenty of length too and easy to pack up to get back on the trail quickly

>Rating: 5

Quality zipper and can get right and lef

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>Rating: 4

Good Value

I've used it several times

Very good bag, especially given the frequency it goes on sale. Can often get for under $200. It is heavy for a down bag but packs down pretty well. Quality zipper and can get right and left zip! Generous cut as well, I can side and stomach sleep relatively well with the hood open. Value oriented backpackers that are willing to sacrifice a few oz to save big money should give this thing a long look.


What size does this bag compress to in a stuff sack?

7.5in X 16in