Marmot Sleeping Bags

Marmot Electrum 30 Degree Sleeping Bag

New for 2015! Featuring a body-mapped mix of synthetic and hydrophobic down insulations, the Marmot Electrum 30 Degree sleeping bag expertly balances thermal efficiency, weight and comfort for multi-season backpacking and camping.

Electrum 30 Degree

  • 30 Degree F
  • 700 Fill Down/Thermal R Micro Synthetic
  • Starting at: $158.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Marmot Trestles 0 Degree Sleeping Bag

The Marmot Trestles 0 Degree sleeping bag is an affordable, no-frills offering for cold-weather camping. The synthetic fill makes the Trestles 0 Degree a good option even in damp or humid conditions.

Trestles 0 Degree

  • 0 Degree F
  • Spirafil 120 Synthetic
  • Rating:
  • Reg. Price: $138.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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Growing from a collegiate friendship built on a shared love of outdoor adventure, Marmot sprung into existence in 1974. Marmot was one of the first manufacturers to recognize the value of Gore-Tex fabric and this important partnership has continued to present day. As it has from its beginnings over 30 years ago, Marmot remains enthusiastically dedicated to the production of high-performance sleeping bags, tents, apparel and gear.

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