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Marmot Yurt Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down

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    Creature comfort.

    When you're away from the comforts of home, slip into the Marmot 35 Degree Down Yurt Sleeping Bag for furnace-like fervor and a familiar feel. Rated for temps down to 35-degrees Fahrenheit, the Yurt is stuffed with water-resistant, 650-fill goose down that's built to retain loft even when conditions are more damp than dry. Additionally, the Yurt is designed to transform from a full-sized rectangular sleeping bag into a queen-sized quilt in a matter of moments while the brushed lining in the chest and head area ensure cozy warmth and comfort. 

    • Rectangular shape
    • Converts into queen-sized quilt
    • 650-fill
    • Water-resistant down
    • Brushed lining
    • Hang loops
    • Stuff and storage sack included
    • Item #MAR00T9

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] 30D nylon ripstop, DWR coating, [lining] 30D nylon, DWR coating
    Insulation
    650-fill down
    Shape
    rectangular
    Zipper
    full-length
    Max User Height
    6 ft
    Shoulder Circumference
    78 in
    Hip Circumference
    78 in
    Foot Circumference
    78 in
    Bag Length
    88 in
    Fill Weight
    21.2 oz
    Degree
    35 F
    Stuff Size
    7.5 X 16 in
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Great sleeping bag!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Super comfy. Warm. Really long and roomy. Great if you have enough space to take them along (as they would'nt be my first option for a trip with a light backpack). But as we drove for our last camping trip, they served us well... I bought two of these!

    Great sleeping bag/comforter

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love this bag, I use it at home as a comforter and when we go hiking as a cover. Works great. Best investment ever. Very soft and light. Much better than any regular sleeping bag.

    Highly recommended.

    Roomy

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

    This bag allows you to sleep the way you prefer. This bag is more temperature friendly, I am looking forward to see how it performs during warmer nights. The extra weight is worth the my sanity so I am not stuffed into a mummy bag like a sardine and cannot move around.

    No trouble with Double!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought two of these sleeping bags to try combining them into one super-mega-awesome double sleeping bag... which worked spectacularly.

    They zip together perfectly, only leaving a small 1" or so section not zipped in the center. Hasn't posed a problem for us yet...

    What I like about doubling this bag up is the versatility... I can use them together as a double (tada!), or as two singles (duh)... That option is just not possible with most of the other two person bags I had researched...

    Marmot makes a double that zips apart and turns into two bags, but those bags would not have the same temp rating or lengths... AND that setup is over a 1 pound heavier for only 5 extra degrees.

    Also, this setup gives each person their own zipper... Not all the doubles I found seem to have this feature either?

    I'm sure the penny pinchers are scoffing at me spending so much on a "double bag" setup, but I feel the extra costs have shown their value in the flexible options we now have with this setup.

    These bags are only 2.5lbs a piece, so the double setup weighs in at a mere 5lbs. Not too shabby at all for a rectangle bag. Also, a much nicer spec to consider if you're going to be carrying these.

    I would like to mention that I am 6'4" and this bag is definitely LONGER than me; so it truly can accommodate someone taller than 6', which is specified as the MAX user height... I think this bag measures around 78" wide unzipped, 88" long. though the zipper does not go the full length. Perhaps why the MAX height rating is so limited?

    Since it approx. 78" wide unzipped, these two bags combine to make an extra-wide double... it is wider than our Eureka queen sized air mattress, but has not posed a problem at all. perhaps the extra width makes your partner's movement even less noticeable, but we've slept too well with it to even notice any blanket wars.

    i would consider myself a cold sleeper, and the 35 deg rating seems pretty true... though this rating is so subjective to each individual it's sort of making me laugh even mentioning it.