Your new best friend for three-season adventures.
The Marmot Trestles 30 Synthetic Sleeping Bag is a staple for summer surf trips, shoulder season backpacking trips, and overnight forays into the mountains. It's light and compact enough for taking out on the trail, yet still comfy enough for casual car camping adventures, and it comes at a price that won't destroy your summer wandering budget. The Trestles' synthetic Spirafil insulation and wave construction provide protection from mild temps, and it retains loft even if it gets slightly wet. Whether you're traveling by foot for a week or escaping the city for a night, sleep in comfort with the Trestles 30.
- A three-season bag for camping or backpacking
- 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 #MAR013N
- Q & A
Good, but gets caught
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got this as a gift and I’d say it’s a really good sleeping bag! Definitely long enough (I’m 5’11”), definitely keeps me warm, feels nice, isn’t too slim or to baggy. The only issue is that this bag’s zipper gets caught on itself more than any other sleeping bag I have ever used. Sometimes I just climb out of it without unzipping it because I don’t want to fix the zipper 10 times and rip the inner material every time I get in and out of it. I use it every night as I’m currently staying in a basement that is not insulated.
It’s also pretty big and will take up an entire (small) backpack or half your duffle bag. Definitely not made to be small, but that’s not really an issue.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Purchased for my daughter to use at multiple summer camps and with the anticipation that we want to give basic backpack camping a try (thinking hammocks). Can't say from experience but seems like a great 2-mild 3 season sleeping bag. Comes with stuff sack and packs easily to a surprisingly compact size. Very little experience backpacking so can't say if weight is ideal but seems lighter than I expected and good for a synthetic bag. For what it's worth, my 12yo loves it, said it worked well on her cabin and dorm bunks, and she was able to repack (stuff) on her own. Did look up a few videos online with tips on how to do this and watched with her before her travels. She practiced a few times having no trouble. Followed guidance from Backcountry and other sources on how to store when not in use so expect this bag to last a long time as it seems to be made well. Do recommend for the uses mentioned above. Perhaps is worthy of 5 stars but with limited use at this time didn't feel I could honestly make that claim yet.