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Marmot Trestles 0 Sleeping Bag: 0F Synthetic

$146.95 - $157.95

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Making the leap from casual camping to backpacking can be expensive, so Marmot created the Trestles 0 Sleeping Bag to make the transition less painful to your wallet. This light and compact bag offers reliable warmth at a price that won't deter you from taking on that multi-day hike you've been dreaming of.

Spiraloft 120 insulation provides high-loft warmth and is compressible enough to use when traveling with everything on your back. Its 0F rating means it's warm enough for mild spring and fall conditions and summer nights at high altitudes. The snagless draft tube and trapezoidal footbox help ensure a good night's rest after a long day of trekking.

  • Reliable and economical backpacking option
  • Spirafil 120 insulation offers high-loft warmth
  • Snagless draft tube locks in warmth
  • Fold-Down second zipper provides easy access
  • Classic trapezoidal footbox for comfort
  • Includes compression sack for efficient storage
  • Two hang loops allow easy drying
  • Stash pocket secures phone or other small items
  • Item #MAR013R

Material
70D polyester
Insulation
Spirafil 120
Shape
mummy
Max User Height
[Regular] 6ft, [Long] 6ft 6in
Shoulder Circumference
[regular] 62in, [long] 64in
Hip Circumference
[regular] 57in, [long] 59in
Foot Circumference
[regular] 47in, [long] 48in
Bag Length
[regular] 81in, [long] 87in
Draft Tube
snagless
Fill Weight
[regular] 54oz, [long] 58oz
Degree
0F
European Norm Comfort Rating
15.3F
European Norm Lower Limit Rating
1.9F
Stuff Sack
compression
Stuff Size
[regular] 9 x 21in, [long] 11 x 21in
Claimed Weight
4lb 10oz
Recommended Use
camping, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 3

Large but small, heavy yet cold

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
Reg
Height
5` 11"
Weight
205 lbs

First off - I originally bought this bag from Backcountry and then found a better price elsewhere and canceled the order. Im writing the review about the bag just to help others. I got the same bag from another distributor. I got this bag for a hike in elk hunt in Colorado. Temps were projected to dip into the 20s and I didnt want to die in a 20 degree bag. This bag was heavier and larger than my 20 degree bag but I figured I would only be hiking it up once I could manage (it was fine). The bag is big - even when crammed into the cinch sack. I figured this was just due to generous down and I would be glad I had it later. First night sleeping in it was fine but the bag itself despite being large really was quite small inside. I found myself tossing and turning and really being smothered. I slept with the zipper mostly open to compensate (fine for the first couple nights). As the nights got colder and I needed the warmth I relegated myself to being entombed. Last night of the hunt was 20 degrees and boy was I still cold even wearing my clothes in the bag. My feet especially were cold and I had my socks on and a shirt tucked down by my feet. We survived but it was hardly comfortable for a bag rated at 0 degrees. End of the day - I wouldnt buy it again. It was a spot buy on a tight timeline and low budget. It works but I would look elsewhere if I did it all over.

>Rating: 5

Fall Trip to Northern VT

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Long
Height
5` 10"
Weight
170 lbs

Recently took this sleeping bag (and coincidentally matching Marmont tent) on a camping trip to Northern VT, roughly 25 miles from the Canadian border. For Mid October, temperatures floating between 35-40 and a storm front bringing strong winds off of the lake, I never experienced so much as a chill. Understanding that these conditions are nowhere near the limits of the bag, it worked as it should have. My girlfriend who has a more traditional sleeping bag rated to 28* was struggling to stay warm through the nights requiring a lot of layering and adjustment.

>Rating: 5

Fit for cold harsh climate

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I purchased it because of the Tech specs I needed a warm bag for the Arctic Circle Race, and I must Say that it lived up to expecrations. I was so warm that I had to open it several times to cool of during Night, and the temperatures were below zero at Nights! It was minus 28 degrees celcius at Night.. I warmly recommend it If you need a fantastic bag for very cold nights..

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>Rating: 4

Big and heavy

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it

Naively, I purchased this without considering trade offs. The low price and EN rating come at the cost of portability and weight. This bag (x-wide, long) is wonderfully roomy but will not fit in the bottom compartment of my 70L backpack. Granted, knowing that I was likely going to return it, I treated it with kid gloves and didn't sit on it while cinching the straps of the compression sack. The interior flaps have cheap plastic snaps, but the main zipper is fluid, strong and so easy to, well, zip.

>Rating: 5

Great sleeping bag for hiking!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Love this bag! Was too warm for me to be zipped up into it on a 30°night. Had to leave it unzipped. So I'm very sure it will keep me warm on a cold night in the teens or even singles! Very comfortable and easy to get into the compression sack. Fits well in my pack too. All in all I highly recommend this bag if your camping in cold weather! All I used was the bag itself and a mat for the ground.

>Rating: 5

Love it!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I needed a new sleeping bag for my upcoming camping trip in Utah. I have heard only great things about this bag. I am about 5'6 and I got reg/right size. It's great with the extra pockets for my phone. I definitely recommend this bag!

>Rating: 5

great bag

Got this for car camping and happy with the purchase

>Rating: 5

Amazing Bag!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I am 6’2”, 160 lbs and the normal size fits me just right. If you are any taller though definitely grab the larger trestles bag. I use this with a hammock and a 20° underquilt and I can assure you if the temperature is anywhere above 32°F you will need the bag unzipped for sure. I slept comfortably at 4°F last year and I’m sure you could go sub zero with this bag as long as you have an underquilt with it if you are in a hammock. The bag compresses down pretty small for its size and will fit in the bottom your pack no problem. Again this is a great bag and I recommend it in every way!

>Rating: 4

Great Bag but too large

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it

This bag is great for its price. Seems like it would definitely be warm enough for its rating. (Although I never got to use it) I realized very quickly that even though I was okay with the 5lb weight of the bag for backpacking I couldn’t really fit it into my pack. If you’re looking for a good backpacking sleeping bag for zero degree this is not it. However, if you’re car camping and don’t need to pack it in a backpack this will work well for the cheaper price that it is.

Really? I have the large one and it fits fine in my backpack? Right were the sleeping bag compartment is. As does my buddies too. Are you using the compression sack it came with? If not that's why.

>Rating: 4

Autumn/Spring bag

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Great Autumn/spring bag in Australian conditions.

>Rating: 5

Warm & Comfy

The Marmot Trestles is a great sleeping bag for the value - super warm, comfortable, and durable. Definitely best for car camping as it doesn't roll up super small and it isn't super lightweight.

>Rating: 4

Warmth at a great value

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I've used my Tresles 0 in southern Utah 3x in the past couple months with weather at night ranging between 45F and at the coldest 16F. Aside from needing a slightly better sleeping pad the sleeping bag itself has been a fantastic investment. The additional space in the footbox is just enough room to stash items to warm at night, while the rest of it is the optimal space / warmth ratio. Can't beat that price.

>Rating: 5

Surprisingly excellent!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Keeps very warm in cold temperatures! The build quality is very good for the price, and it packs smaller than expected for an inexpensive/synthetic 0 degree bag. Haven't had any bad snags with the zipper yet either. All in all, a great value.

Thanks for the review Andrew! It really helps our community out when people are willing to share their experiences with the products we sell. I'm glad to hear the bag is treating you well.

>Rating: 4

Solid for the Price

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I bought two of these with opposing zippers so they can zip together. My wife and I used them on a recent three-week rock climbing trip and slept in them every night. They are quite warm and the zippers function extremely well. The zippers are designed to avoid snags and always operated smoothy. These bags seem a little bulky compared to down, but are a total steal for the price.

>Rating: 5

Mamot trestle sleeping bag

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great bag!! Slept the best I ever have in the mountains. Six days in the wind River range where it gets below freezing every night (10 - 11 thousand feet elevation)). No need for long underwear when in the bag! It allows you to move around easily while sleeping.

Nicely done, Keith. Have you used this bag in temps close to zero yet?

>Rating: 4

Warm and spacious

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

Took this sleeping bag up Kilimanjaro and it kept me toasty warm! The last night at base camp, it was about 20 degrees and I was still warm enough, only wearing a long sleeved shirt and running tights. It's a bit bulky and heavy, but that comes with the temperature rating and the fact that it is synthetic. I'm 5'7" and about 160lbs and this was very roomy for me, and I found it very comfortable to rotate inside the bag to sleep on my side. The zipper was not quite snag-free, but nearly always it was very smooth.

Yeah!! Thanks so much for this review. I was on the site specifically looking for sleeping bags for Kili and this was the most helpful!!

That's because Kilimanjaro comes with a team of 8 porters that carry everything for you. Unless you plan on only climbing in Africa where you can afford 8 porters to go everywhere with you, I wouldn't pay attention to the review above or ever climb with this sleeping bag. If you're serious about being out in the wilderness, mountain climbing or summitting on your own, you do NOT want to be carrying a sleeping bag that's 5 pounds. Spend the money to get a nice bag that's a lot lighter. Leave this nonsense sleeping bag for the casual car camper.

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at the shoulders what is the diameter?

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Is this bag waterproof?

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What is the stuff size for this bag?

Hey there Aimee! It looks like that stuff back size is 10.5 x 19 inches let me know if you have any other questions by giving me a call at 801.204.4660 or sending an email to brhall@backcountry.com!