Marmot Arroyo 30 Degree Sleeping Bag
The ultralight Marmot Arroyo 30 Degree Sleeping Bag has just enough high quality down to make it warm enough for alpine bivvies and lightweight camping trips in temps dipping below freezing.
- Temperature Rating: 30°F / -1°C
- Insulation: 800 Fill Certified Goose Down
- Shell Material: Plexus N-100R DWR
- Liner Material: Omni N-140 WR
- Lightweight 20d Nylon shell with Silicon DWR
- Thermo-Pane foot box
- Forward lean foot box
- Contoured zipper
- Stuff sack and storage sack included
- Stretch tricot baffles
- Hidden Draft tube pocket
- Velcro®-Free face muff
- Feely draw cords
- Nautilus 6-baffle hood
- Trapezoidal foot box
- Ground-level side seams
- Down-filled draft tube
- Length: 6'0" Regular, 6'6" Long
- Shoulder Girth: 62in / 157cm Regular, 64in / 163cm Long
- Hip Girth: 58in / 147cm Regular, 60in / 152cm Long
- Weight: 1lb 11oz / 764g Regular, 1lb 15oz / 877g Long
Purchase the Marmot Arroyo 30 Degree Sleeping Bag from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 7 2011
Great 3 season bag
Love this bag because it is super light. It weighs under 2 lbs in compression sack. The overall size measures 6"x12" when compressed. I bought the 800 fill bag - seems like the best value because it is lighter and smaller than 650 down and does not have the monster pricetag of the 850 down. The temp rating on this bag seems right on. Would want a bit more bag if temps dropped into the 20's OR you if you use the Arroyo, you will want a bag liner and/or wear an extra layer. The bag is well made and durable. Marmot makes great stuff. I am 6'2", 240 lbs and fit easily in the long size. I do not feel cramped. Feature request: I wish there was a draft collar.
- October 2 2011
Nice Bag. Very light, nice quality and material. Packs super small and looks to be a great mid temp bag. Would be nice if it had a draft collar to make the minimum 30 deg temp rating. Long bag is roomy for 6 ft 2 in / 165lbs.
- February 1 2012
a bit cool sleeping
Not the warmest bag in the world, but very light. I think the temp. rating is a little optimistic, but ok for a 3 season bag. I was a little disappointed that it came shipped in a box that required more compression than I would normally store my bag. I hope its not stored in such a small space (about 50% compressed) for a long time.