Marmot 15°F Sorcerer Jr. Sleeping Bag - Mummy (For Kids)
About Marmot 15°F Sorcerer Jr. Sleeping Bag - Mummy (For Kids)
Closeouts. Sized for the young camper, Marmot's 15°F Sorcerer Jr. sleeping bag is so lofty, you might just wonder if it's down. Overlapping waves of cozy Spirafil® insulation eliminate cold spots, and the quality synthetic fill dries quickly when it gets wet.
Specs about Marmot 15°F Sorcerer Jr. Sleeping Bag - Mummy (For Kids)
- Insulation material: Spirafil® (polyester)
- Fill weight: 31 ounces
- Temperature rating: 15°F / -9°C
- Shell material: Polyester
- Lining material: Polyester
- Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 52/50/32"
- Fits to: 5'
- Length: 70"
- Stuff size: 12x7.5"
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Weight: 2 lb. 5 oz.
- Recommended use: Backpacking,Family camping
- Made in China
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- Cannot ship to Australia
- Cannot ship to New Zealand
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Comfortable but heavier than indicatedVerified Buyer Reviewed by AB from Virginia on Wednesday, June 20, 2018I purchased this bag specifically because I was looking for a very light sleeping bag, and I thought 2lb 5oz is close enough to 2lbs, for the price. It turns out the bag weighs 3lbs, which is a big difference when you’re carrying it on your back for miles/days at a time. I am considering returning it.
Great little bagVerified Buyer Reviewed by Big T from Idaho on Tuesday, June 5, 2018This has been a great little bag. I bought 2 last year for my older two boys (10 &8). Just bought two more this year for my younger 2 boys (6 & 3). The bag is warm and stuffs up small for easy car camping or a nice size for backpacking. Great bag, nice sturdy material.
Well madeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Camino de Santiago Hiker Nonna from CA on Sunday, April 22, 2018This bag is very well made for the price. It easily fits into it's stuff sack. It seems true to size. We have not field tested it yet, but I'm sure that there will be no complaints about being too cold.
High Quality!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ellie from Kansas on Friday, June 30, 2017This bag is very high quality for a kids size, and it is perfect for me as a 4'11" adult! It also packs down quite small into it's compression type sack.
not as listedReviewed by CBJ from San Francisco, CA on Saturday, September 3, 2016This arrived and the tag says 25 degrees. Very disappointed. Needed bags for winter camping with my kids. Please change the description on the website!
Warm and lightweight!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Deej from Idaho on Saturday, August 13, 2016This is a great bag for kids- but also for us little ladies, who are cold all the time! I'm 4' 11" and fit in perfect. It's so warm! The mummy design is also great for keeping you snug and cozy. It's reasonably lightweight (for a 15 degree bag) so it's no trouble to take backpacking. Enough wiggle room in the stuff sack to pack away quick without straining a muscle or popping an eye vein in frustration. All around great deal for the money too. Love this bag and highly recommend it!
Just what we neededVerified Buyer Reviewed by 3girlsgo from California on Monday, May 9, 2016Perfect size for our 4'11" kid, with some extra leg room to spare. Pretty slim profile and pack really small, especially in conjunction with a compression bag. Super light.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Does this have a second zipper on the right so the bag can fold down a bit/have both arms free like the Marnot Trestles and other kid's bags?”
No, this only has a zip on one side.
“Does this bag require a sleeping pad to function properly for warmth? Is the zipper tract designed to not snag? ”
Honestly, I would say EVERY sleeping bag requires a sleeping pad to keep you properly warm, but maybe I'm just a wimp :P I use this bag with a sleeping pad and can easily notice (Brr!) when one of my legs shifts off the pad. Also, I'm not sure if this bag received this rating with or without the use of a sleeping pad (although, FYI- a sleeping bag rating usually assumes one layer of top/ bottom thermals and a hat). Likely it was rated without a pad, but personally, if it was under 45 degrees, I wouldn't want to be in this bag straight on the ground. It's a warm bag, but the ground chills you (well, me... lol) quick.
I've no complaints about the zipper. If something gets in it's way (a bit of material, ect) it snags, but I've no complaints, it zips well.
I've taken this bag on a few overnights, probably the coldest night of 25 degrees, and it did well. It's comfy and I recommend it. Happy shopping!
I'm sure this person is referring to pad-sleeved bags that have little to know insulation on the bottom, therefore you MUST use a pad for insulation.
Like the other commenter suggests, it is ALWAYS wise to use a pad for insulation.
“Is this really a distinct product from the Marmot 25 degree Sorcerer Jr also for sale? Both are listed at the same fill weight and same total weight, but this one has a substantially colder termperature rating. And no reviews to go on. :( Thanks!”
Yes, these are two unique vendor style numbers.
It shows that they are 2 different model numbers, but how can the weight and stuff size be exactly the same as the 25 degree version. I think the original question still needs to be answered. Is this one heavier than the 25 degree, or is the 25 degree lighter than the specs. One of the specs is wrong, yes?