Reviewed by Samuel from Utah on Thursday, May 09, 2013
For the money I don't think there is a better quality bag out there. I bought another 20 degree bag and it didn't even come close to the loft of this one. I love the extra length and extra room all over. Marmot is a quality bag.
Reviewed by YoshEe from Cincinnati on Wednesday, March 27, 2013
I've had this sleeping bag for about 8 months and I love it. It got it's biggest test last weekend backpacking in North Carolina. The first night we stayed, the temperatures dropped into the teens. I was warm the entire time Granted, I obviously kept most of my layers on in the sleeping bag, but the only time I felt cold was when my feet would wander off of the sleeping pad onto the frozen ground. Later in the trip, we were surprised to find that our tent had sprung a leak getting my bag mildly wet but not soaked. The inside of my bag remained dry the entire time despite the damp exterior. The sleeping bag was 100% dry within 2 hours of hanging it. I washed the outside of the bag with a gentle soap to prevent smell or mildew, and it was good as new.
For the price, this sleeping bag is indestructable!
Oh, and I'm 6'4" and have plenty of room inside the sack. Hope this helps!
Reviewed by Birddog from AR on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
I ordered this for backpack hunting and general backpacking. Have used it in the Rockies while backpack hunting for elk, and backpacking in the Ozarks. I've spent probably 30 nights in it with temperature ranges from 16-50 F. No complaints. I'm 6'1", 250# and there's plenty of room. I stayed warm (probably somewhat due to my own personal "loft"). In particular, my feet stayed warm and my feet g
Reviewed by GaryKLR650 from Southern Arizona on Saturday, January 19, 2013
This bag was everything I could hope for in the price range. Im 6'2" so the extra length is great. I carry this bag on an enduro motorcycle and after a long day I dont want to be cold or cramped in a bad bag.