Marmot Hydrogen 30 Degree Sleeping Bag
Delivering enough warmth for ultralight coolweather climbs and backcountry excursions, the Marmot Hydrogen 30 Degree Sleeping Bag still weighs in at a wispy one pound for light and fast climbs and hikes.
- Main Material: LightForce 1.2 oz 100% Nylon Ripstop DWR
- Lining Material: LightForce 1.0 oz 100% Polyester Taffeta DWR
- Insulation Material: 850+ Goose Down
- Certified 850+ Fill Goose Down
- Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box
- EN Tested
- Filled and Finished in Santa Rosa, California
- Full baffle construction
- Full-length Zipper
- Hood Draw Cord
- Insulated Draft Tube
- Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood
- Stretch Tricot Baffles
- Stuff and Storage Sack Included
- Velcro®-free Face Muff
- Zipper Guards
- Stature: 72in / 183 cm
- Shoulder Girth: 62in / 157 cm
- Hip Width: 58in / 147 cm
- Foot Box Width: 40in / 102cm
- Weight: 1 lb 9 ozs / 709 g
Purchase the Marmot Hydrogen 30 Degree Sleeping Bag from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- March 22 2011
Great bag! Packs small and light with compression sac. The included sac is small and tough to get the bag into. I am 6-1 and chose the long bag; I am happy with the choice. First night out the temp went to 30 degrees. I was venting with no pad.
- March 14 2011
Outstanding bag for 3 season use in the Sierras. Nice and toasty in Sequoia at 29f w/ bivy cover. Lightweight and packs small, allows other goodies in the pack. I use a w/proof bivy cover which adds 5 degrees of warmth. Reg length is plenty long for me at 6'2". No draft collar but hood tucks nicely around face and neck.
- August 30 2010
Used in recent eastern Sierra three day back pack trip. I am 6'4". Plenty of length and width. No drafts and very comfortable. Very happy with purchase except that it is expensive. Also u get an xxs stuff bag which takes too much time to get the bag inside. U really have to shove it in.
- August 9 2010
my pack is 2 pounds lighter
This bag has lightened my pack by almost 10% and it's definitely warm enough (above 35 degrees). If you anticipate colder temps, bring a silk sleep sack and you'll be happy.
- April 3 2010
very light sleeping bag
perfect sleeping bag small, light and warm!!!!