Wondrous warmth without blowing the bank.
The Marmot Women's Trestles 15 Sleeping Bag offers superb value with its toasty warmth and comfort-oriented shape. Its affordable price point sure doesn't hurt either, leaving plenty of extra loot for far-flung trips into the mountains. SpiraFil LT insulation traps thermal warmth with its high-loft synthetic fibers, ensuring you're sleeping soundly when the mercury plunges on crisp, clear evenings. Newly improved over previous versions, the anatomical, 3D-shaped footbox improves warmth and roominess for your feet.
Although it's rated to 15 degrees, the Women's Trestle 15 is actually a bit warmer than the men's-specific version, as backed by its EN Comfort rating of 16 degrees (versus the men's version with an EN Comfort rating of 27 degrees). Marmot does this because female campers usually sleep colder than their male counterparts, so a bit of extra insulation does wonders to boost overnight comfort in cold weather. On those especially frigid evenings, the adjustable collar and hood lock in precious body heat from escaping. There's also a second fold-down zipper, should you feel overly warm on mild summer nights.
- Lofty warmth for freezing nights under the stars
- EN Comfort rated to 16F for comfort on cold evenings
- SpiraFil LT insulation maintains loft and durability
- Adjustable collar and hood retain heat from escaping
- Second fold-down zipper for extra ventilation
- Included compression sack for easy packing
- Item #MAR013Q
- Q & A
Keeps you very warm. The short zipper gets stock quite a bit. A little heavy for backpacking but It's really confortable. The disign is lovely.
Warm & Comfy
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love Marmot sleeping bags. I have this exact bag, but 29 degree. Both are super comfortable, spacious and keep you warm.
I just bought this and used it for the first time in Moab last weekend, It seems to be a bit wider than other bags I've had in the past but overall I was stoked. We were camped up in the La Sals and the temps probably got down to low 30s at night and I was sufficiently warm. The hood cinches really nicely to trap in heat, there is a cool feature where there is the main zip and then a short fold down zip on the other side of the collar for added ventilation. Its not the lightest bag on the market but good for the price, plus it comes in a cute pattern!
What is the stuff sack size/dimensions?