Hi, and welcome to Backcountry Edge. I'm Liz and I'd like to introduce you to Marmot sleeping bags. The Marmot Hydrogen is a perfect bag for anybody who is interested in a bag that's going to meet their needs for three season backpacking. It's very light, very compressible and is rated to thirty degrees. It's a perfect bag for anyone considering a thru-hike where you may be hiking from one distance to another through a variety of seasons. The Hydrogen has you covered if you're looking for something that's going to work from cool evenings near freezing and all the way up into warmer weather. Marmot uses an 850+ fill power on this bag and it's all 100% European goose down. They use a stretch-tricot baffle construction which allows the bag to be stuffed and unstuffed repeated times without tears happening to the baffles. They also use a Thermopane construction in the foot box which is essentially a double layer of down baffling to keep your feet nice and toasty. The baffle construction on the Hydrogen is a full-baffle construction which means there are no cold spots where the seams are sewn because they don't actually go through to the inside of the bag. Marmot uses what they call a Nautilus Hood design on many of their down bags. It consists of six chambers of down and it gives you a real custom fit around the head. A single draw cord here that I can use to snug it in so nothing shows but my mouth. It allows me to breathe when the weather gets cold and stay nice and toasty. It also has a no snag zipper with a full draft tube along that. The shell itself consists of nylon and has a DWR coating on it. This means it has a durable water repellancy to it so it will shed water if it gets damp or has condensation on it from sleeping in a tent. It comes with a storage sack and a stuff sack.
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