Marmot Hydrogen Sleeping Bag.
Hand-stuffed in California with water-resistant 850+ fill power goose down, the Hydrogen delivers enough warmth for ultra-light cool-weather climbs and backcountry excursions. Weighing in at a wispy one pound, the Hydrogen loves light and fast climbs and hikes. Filled and Finished in Rohnert Park, California | Certified 850+ Fill Power Goose Down | Down Defender to Improve Water-Resistance in Wet Conditions | EN Tested | Pertex© Micro light® Shell and Lining Fabric | Full baffle construction | Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood | Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box | Insulated Draft Tube | Stretch Tricot Baffles | Full Length Zipper | Zipper Garage | Hood Draw Cord | Velcro®-free Face Muff | Zipper Guards | Stuff and Storage Sack Included
The Hydrogen sleeping bag from Marmot is a lightweight sleeping bag perfect for ultralight climbing, or backpacking in warmer weather.
The Hydrogen 30-degree, down-insulated sleeping bag from Marmot is ultra-light and remarkably compressible so it's perfect for minimalists or fast and light outdoor adventurers. Silky smooth and totally comfortable, it's just as right for casual outings as it is for your epics.
Weighing less than 2 lbs. and filled with quality 850-fill, water-resistant goose down, the Marmot Hydrogen Sleeping Bag delivers warmth for ultralight, cool-weather climbs and backcountry excursions.
|Baffles:||Stretch Tricot Baffles|
|Bag Weight:||1lb 12oz|
|Country of Origin:||USA|
|EN comfort (rating for women):||30 degrees Fahrenheit|
|EN lower limit (rating for men):||Backpacking|
|Fill:||1 lb. 9 oz.|
|Fill Material:||850+ Fill Power Goose Down|
|Fill weight:||1 lb. 12 oz.|
|Fits up to (in.):||Ripstop nylon|
|Foot Box:||Trapezoid Foot Box|
|Hip girth (in.):||Down|
|Hood:||Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood, Hood Drawcord|
|Insulation:||-1 degrees Celsius|
|Insulation Type:||850+ Fill Goose Down|
|Length:||Regular - 6 ft|
|Liner Material:||100% Polyester Taffeta DWR 1.0 oz/yd|
|Lining Material:||20 Denier 100% Recycled Polyester Mini Ripstop DWR 1.0 oz/yd|
|Material:||20 Denier 100% Nylon Mini Ripstop DWR 1.1 oz/yd|
|Shell:||30 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Shell Material:||100% Nylon Ripstop DWR 1.2 oz/yd|
|Shoulder Girth:||Regular - 62 in|
|Shoulder girth (in.):||Ripstop nylon|
|Sleeping bag shape:||0.79 kilograms|
|Storage Sack Included:||yes|
|Stuff sack size:||Down|
|Stuff sack volume:||Yes|
|Stuffed Size:||12 x 6 in|
|Temperature Rating:||30F / -1.1C|
|Temperature rating (C):||39 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Temperature rating (F):||30 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Water-resistant down:||-1 degrees Celsius|
|Weight:||39 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Weight - metric:||30 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Zipper:||Full Length Zipper, Zipper Garage|
I was looking for a lighter weight summer bag that would still work on the cold nights in the High Sierras. I just came back from a 5 day trip in Yosemite were we were camping around 9000' most nights. Temperatures ranged from 40-60 degrees at night and this bag worked well. If the temperatures dropped below 40 degrees I would have needed to put on long underwear and more layers but that is to be expected but I think I would be pretty cold at 30 degrees. The zipper and bag are fairly sturdy and the lining is very comfortable against the skin.
I'm 5'10, 165lbs and female and the regular bag fit very comfortably. I'm happy with the bag and will keep it.
I love this bag! It is incredibly light and packs down to a very small size. I decided to buy this after seeing it stuffed into its stuff sack in person and I couldn't believe the size of it. I only like to use a 55L backpack during the summer to keep me from getting sweaty and this sleeping bag fits perfect. If you don't mind the sticker get this bag! I had trouble deciding with this bag over a western mountaineering but I have had great experiences with Marmot and trust the brand.
I get cold easily, and I've never had a very nice bag, so I've missed out on a lot of camping! First night I used this bag it was 35 out and I was warm and cozy in this bag. It is very light and packs down nicely.
One of the best bags I've ever used (and I have 10+). Small, VERY compressible, warm. Perfect for normal sized people. If you're a bigger guy, it's a little on the small size, but still okay since you're backpacking. If you're car camping, take something from Cabelas.
I slept in this bag in 5 deg Celsius (about 40f) and with windchill colder. This bag is everything people say it is - fantastic - very warm and comfortable (and feels snug but not tight (I am 5ft 7 inch). Don't hesitate.
This is a fantastic bag, the 850 fill down keeps you warm, but is very lightweight. I'm 5'9.5'' 165lbs and the reg works out really well. There is enough room to sleep on your side, but it is nice and snug.
Great bag, as light as they come without spending half a grand. True to temperature rating. Packs down small, very small with an aftermarket compression sack. What more could you want, really? Marmot makes great stuff.