Reviewed by Sheldon from Colorado on Friday, June 06, 2014
Used it on a 3 day warm weather trip and have zero complaints so far. If you're a back backer you may look for something that packs a little smaller. Definitely buy a compression sack for it to help save space. I bought a coolmax sleeping bag liner which makes it that much more comfortable. Night time temps were only in the low 40's so I can't vouch for the temp rating performance but the bag looks, feels, and is constructed like a quality product should be. Can't go wrong on a deal flyer discount.
Reviewed by arcadian from Missouri on Tuesday, May 14, 2013
First off, I have to give Marmot 5 Stars for Customer Service, they really stand behind their products. This bag is generally well made, the exception being the insulation is not evenly distributed. It is not, imo, a 30F bag as advertised, it is not even a 40F bag. Last night in a tent, on an insulated pad, with a flannel liner, it got down to 39F and I was cold. It's a reasonable value for the discounted price, and if Marmot fixed the insulation it would be a good bag.
Reviewed by sequoia backpacker from san diego ca on Tuesday, July 24, 2012
This is a great sleeping bag, i am always cold and can sleep in this bag with just a t shirt and not feel cold. it did not come with a compression sack so I had to buy one. once inside it packed quit small and fits into the sleeping bag compartment of a womans 65 pack with ease.
Best Uses: 3 Season Camping, Backpacking, Car Camping