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Marmot 5°F Snowcrest Sleeping Bag - 600 Fill Power Down, Mummy, Long

Closeouts. When temperatures plunge as night decends in the backcountry, Marmot's Snowcrest 5° sleeping bag wraps you in the lightweight, lofty warmth of 600 fill power goose down.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Aabbey from Texas on Wednesday, December 10, 2014
    I only tested it in 40 degree F weather, At this point it was fine
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Former Philmont Ranger from Idaho on Saturday, November 1, 2014
    My wife and I have starting backpacking and camping again and when the mercury dipped below freezing in Yellowstone's backcountry last Fall, the wife's sleeping bag wasn't cutting it. I bought her the Marmot Snowcrest before when we camped out at 8,200 feet last month, the wind was blowing the temps dropped to 27F ... and she was warm! When we returned from our five-day camping trip, I immediately replaced my ALPS sleeping bag with a Marmot Snowcrest too but in the long version. We learned of Marmot's quality when we got our Limelight 3P tent and found the same quality in these bags - lightweight, compresses down, and warm. And with STP's great prices and FAST shipping we are very happy campers.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Barnacle from Fairbanks, Alaska on Wednesday, October 1, 2014
    Very long and luxurious and even though it is the widest bag they make ,sadly still not wide enough. I love the quality. It's truly amazing and WARM. So soft and fluffy it's like a thousand angels licking you all over. So warm in fact I have to be careful to not wake up sweaty.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Monkey from Provo, UT on Monday, September 15, 2014
    I loved the look and feel of this bag. First use was no tent, on a bed of grass that I laid out. I haven't tried it out in anything sub freezing yet but I was very very warm my first experience so I anticipate good results. My only gripe is that the stuff/compression sack does not have any good way to attach it to a bag.
  • Reviewed by Wasatch Camper from Wasatch Mountains. on Monday, June 23, 2014
    I have been camping with this in all kind of weather from the low teens to the 50s at night, snow, rain and clear night. I have slept so well in this bag, I will forever be a marmot down camper from now on. I accidentally got the long bag (I'm only 5'10") but I dont regret it, in the winter there is plenty of space to put my clothes in the bottom of the bag so I dont have to put on frozen clothes. It is also warm enough that I didnt need to sleep with a hat in the low teens, or use the hood at all in the 20s. This bag is also light and compact enough to take backpacking, and even on the warmer nights in june I am still comfortable. I have actually taken many naps in this bag in my basement, it's that comfy. Debating between this bag and another? Get this one.
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