Full-featured, roomy, and comfortable, the Marmot NanoWave 25 Degree sleeping bag utilizes synthetic insulation to provide reliable, affordable, all-condition performance for 3-season backpacking and camping.
The bag is insulated with Marmot's Spirafil 60 synthetic insulation. A polyester lining offers comfort on warm or cool nights and a full-length, two-way zipper allows easy venting. Other features include a contoured hood, an anti-snag draft tube behind the zipper, and two hang loops.
The Marmot NanoWave 25 Degree sleeping bag is available in Regular (fits up to 6' 0") or Long (fitting up to 6’ 6") lengths. A compression stuff sack is included.
- Spirafil High Loft Insulation for Maximum warmth and durability
- Lightweight, Highly Compressible Bag Ideal When Space and Weight are at Premium
- Full Length Locking YKK Two Way Zipper
- EN Tested
- Snagless Draft Tube
- "Feely" Draw Cords
- Blanket Construction
- Two Way Zipper Sliders
Best Use Backpacking, Camping Insulation Type Synthetic Item Weight Regular: 2 lbs 8 oz
Long: 2 lbs 15 oz
Other Compression Stuff Sack Included Warranty Limited Lifetime Packed Size Regular: 10" x 14.5"
Long: 10" x 14.5"
Shell Material 50D 100% Polyester Liner Material 50D 100% Polyester Fits to Length Regular: 6' 0"
Long: 6' 6"
Fits to Girth Regular: 60"
Fill Material Spirafil 60 Synthetic Temperature Rating 25 Degrees F EN Comfort Rating 38.1 Degrees F EN Lower Limit Rating 28.6 Degrees F
Real Customer Reviews
- Does the job over 35F with wind
Likes: Not very warm But enough to stay well, with shelter, on the mountain at over 10,000 ft in height, with winds of 37mph and 38F.
Dislikes: - The zipper, it jams easily.
- A little heavy, but it's OK for it price.
- Does the job
Likes: The weight
- Great sleeping bag for the price
Likes: While I'm not sure how the temperature ratings work for these bags (I think a 25 degree rated sleeping bag means you should be able to be basically naked in this bag in your tent and be comfortable), I think 25 degrees is the coldest I would take this bag. I used this bag at about 32F while backpacking and I had socks, pants, and two long sleeve layers and a winter hat on and I was comfortable but on the lower spectrum of that. I always expect to wear layers at night so this wasn't a surprise or a disappointment. Maybe if I had the hood zipped all the way I would have been warmer, but I'm satisfied because I don't intend to use it in weather any colder than that (Mostly cold nights in Northern MN, 40s and 50s), so hopefully I''ll be okay when the warmer weather comes.
It also comes with a stuffsack and it's super easy to pack it back into and compress it down. I think it can be stuffed to about the size of a soccer ball? It's not insanely small. But the stuff sack does utilize a buckle and strap system, so it is ready to be attached to the outside of a backpack if necessary.
Dislikes: Nomenclature for backpacking equipment is a little loose, not sure I'd call any sleeping bag of this style "roomy," but there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with this bag. Not as fluffy as I would have expected, but it's not a high-end goose down bag, so you get what you pay for. This will work for awhile so I'm happy.
- Effective low price sleeping bag.
Likes: Price. I got this bag on sale for a gift and it seems to be a winner. Under 3lbs and packs up pretty well for an economy starter bag.
Dislikes: None yet
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