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Marmot Trestles 30 Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic - Kids'


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  • Pond Green/Double Mint, Reg/Left Zip
  • Turkish Tile/Denim, Reg/Left Zip

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Bedtime just got better.

If bedtime at home is a battle, then getting your little adventure junkie to trade the campfire for a cold, comfortless sleeping sack can be impossible. The Marmot Kids' Trestles Junior 30 Sleeping Bag will keep your little camper cozy and turn sleeping outside into a a total treat, since it's super-colorful and loaded up with cozy Spirafil insulation that works even if it gets soda spilled on it. It's rugged as they come, too, with a polyester shell, DWR coating, and two side zippers to make getting in and out a breeze. Throw in a few grown-up features like a no-snag draft tube, warm trapezoidal footbox, and comfortable 3D hood, and the kiddos will be stoked by go to bed and bummed to wake up.

  • Children's sleeping bag built for summer camping
  • Spirafil insulation has a temperature rating of 30F
  • DWR-treated shell sheds moisture with durable water-resistance
  • 3D hood with face muff for cozy coverage from the cold
  • Stash pocket
  • Item #MAR01RK

polyester, DWR coating
SpiraFil 120
Max User Height
Shoulder Circumference
Hip Circumference
Foot Circumference
Bag Length
Fill Weight
Stuff Sack
yes, compression
Stuff Size
7.5 x 17in
Claimed Weight
2lb 9oz
Recommended Use
weekend camping
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

He dug it

I've used it several times

My 6-year-old who is about a pinch under 4 foot had enough room to toss and turn, kept him warm and cozy. He enjoyed how soft the material was and how it zipped all the way over his face, definitely leaves some room to grow into.

>Rating: 5

Keep 'em warm so you can sleep!

I've used it several times

The issue with buying adult sized sleeping bags for kids is that there is so much excess space that it creates a lot of drafts and the kiddos can never get warm. These smaller bags are great for keeping them warm and cozy all night which in turn means that you can also sleep well. They don't pack down very small and are pretty heavy so I wouldn't use it for backpacking, but for car camping they are great.