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Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag
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Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag
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Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag

$139.00 - $149.00


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Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Whether you're on an apine backpacking trip, or a late season elk hunt, the Trestles 0 degree is sure to keep you warm and dry no matter the conditions.


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Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Filled with SpiraFil synthetic high loft insulation, and a DWR (durable water repellent) coated fabric shell, the Trestles is not afraid of a little rain or morning dew. Shingle style, stacked insulation makes cold spots a thing of the past. An insulated collar and full length draft tube keeps your heat from escaping out of the top and sides of the bag. A extra two-way side zipper allows you to ventilate on warmer nights. The built in stash pocket is handy for storing those necessary night time items. Includes a compression stuff sack.

  • Regular
  • Size on shoulder: 62"
  • Size on hip: 58"
  • Size on foot: 40"
  • Loft: 6"
  • Long
  • Size on shoulder: 64"
  • Size on hip: 60"
  • Size on foot: 42"
  • Loft: 6"

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    Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long
     
    4.6

    (based on 31 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

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      (24)

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    93%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Great bag, took it up to 10k

    Great bag, took it up to 10k for the weekend to celebrate the seasons first snow. The temperature on the first night dropped well below 32 degrees ( all of my water was flozen...Read complete review

    Great bag, took it up to 10k for the weekend to celebrate the seasons first snow. The temperature on the first night dropped well below 32 degrees ( all of my water was flozen solid... doh should have put a bottle in my bivy) but I stayed warm all night in the bag and bivy. I didn't even have a sleeping pad. The bivy and bag were a little damp but hanging the sleeping bag up in a tree for an hour or so by the fire dried it right out for the next nights sleep. Highly recommended.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    You get what you pay for...

    That warmth rating is accurate... at first. The fill system used in these bags is very lofty but loses its loft very quickly (do not compress the bag and it will hold...Read complete review

    That warmth rating is accurate... at first. The fill system used in these bags is very lofty but loses its loft very quickly (do not compress the bag and it will hold out much better). Also, a very basic concept of mummy style bags is the tighter you pull the draw strings the smaller the hole should become around your face decreasing draft and heat loss considerably. Unfortunately, Marmot puts very poor, weak zip pulls along with too thin of string so the hood DOES NOT stay pulled shut. You can pull it as tight as you want but as soon as you apply any external pressure against it it opens right up leaving you drafty and not nearly as warm as you should be. You can always tie an overhand not but then you might as well cut off the plastic zip pull to save some weight.Plus the zippers on both sides affect the way the hole closes up reducing it's ability to close up tight. There are very simple and cost efficient ways marmot could change this and I'm surprised they have not yet. As of right now this bag is gimmicky, not designed for technical function.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Packing Volume for Those Interested

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    from Stowe, VT

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    It would be very helpful if Marmot would publish the packing volume of their products. After some trial and error, I found that this bag (Trestles 30 W) would just fit in a 15-litre cylindrical dry/compression sack: the final cylinder measures 7.5" dia x 17" when compressed as tightly as is reasonable. If you are using an ordinary drysack (without compression), you will need a 20L sack to get it to fit. Although not specifically designed for backpacking, I do use it for that, as well as for cycle touring and canoe camping, where it is important to keep track of your packing volume (and of course, your weight). It is a bit tight to get it to fit in the bottom sleeping bag compartment of my 55L and 70L backpacks, so I use the above drysack to attach it outside my pack--below or above. Otherwise, a product worthy of the Marmot brand: probably the best value/performance ratio out there. For the price, it is definitely worth 5 stars.

     
    5.0

    So warm

    By 

    from St. Louis, MO, United States

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I bought this about a month for some camping in Montana in October. We hit some pretty cold temperatures and I stayed warm quite easily in this sleeping bag the entire time (and I run pretty cold in general). I even had a few nights where water leaked into my tent and the top of my bag got wet but I stayed nice and warm inside (did not even notice until the next day).

     
    5.0

    Great Bag!!!

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    from Bethlehem, PA, United States

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    Bought it for my first overnight trip. Slept in a hammock on about a 37 or so degree night and was the only one out of the group that wasn't cold. The only problem was having to get out of it in the am.

     
    2.0

    Not warm enough

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    from Mount Rainier, WA

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I used this on a backpacking trip and found it acceptable. I like the width at the hips, however it did not compress as small as I would have liked. Also, it did not keep me warm enough. The temperature was around 40 degrees and I had to wear extra clothing to stay semi-warm. My sister was using an REI mummy bag that compressed a lot smaller than mine and was rated to 20 degrees and she stayed warm enough to sleep in a tank top! Not impressed...

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great bag - check for fit!

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    from North Bay, ON, Canada

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I bought this bag and didn't think twice when the sales person told me it was big enough. I used it on the weekend and struggled to get my shoulders in the bag. Everything else was great...fabric, weight and price. My wife has claimed this bag and now I am in search of one I fit in.

     
    5.0

    Very Warm and Comfortable

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    from Middlefield, OH, United States

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I bought this item about a month ago. It was the perfect bag for the trip.

     
    5.0

    All kinds of Awesome- except for the color

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    from Michigan, United States

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I have NO complaints about this sleeping bag. I am a very curvy woman with plenty in the hip area and I find this bag to be roomy enough for me to toss and turn all night without giving me a feeling of claustrophobia. I have NOT had a chance to try it out in 30* yet. My school of thought for buying this bag over others is this: I can always unzip my bag, or sleep on top of my bag. It's easier to neglect using a warm bag than it is to wish for a warmer sack when you are freezing. The only thing I was kind of bummed about was the color. I really wanted a blue sack- while this may not be important for some- I personally wanted to keep all my gear blue. I find that while traveling if all your gear matches in color it stands out, it is identifiable at a distance, and there is never much question as to whose it it.

     
    4.0

    Very comfortable and packs up tightly.

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    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I have only used this once, but was very impressed. It packed up nicely, was very snug and cozy.

     
    5.0

    Toasty Warm

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    from Fort Gratiot Township, MI, United States

    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    I am using this sleeping bag now in the mitten state! We are renovating our recently purchased 91 RV - the propane recently ran out and this bag kept me toasty in Michigan's blustery weather.. Thumbs up! This bag rocks.. we discovered the zipper heads glow in the dark, too! Awesome quality.. Love it!

     
    5.0

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    Comments about Marmot Trestles 0 degree Sleeping Bag - Malaia Gold/Flint Long:

    very happy6 with service I received from you and my grandson loved his sleeping bag

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    Item # Color Size Length Weight Pack Size Temp Rating Fill Weight Insulation Zipper Price Quantity
     
    1291269 Malaia Gold/Flint Regular 6' 5 lb 21"x9.5" 0 degrees 63 oz. SpiraFil synthetic insulation Right Hand $139.00
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    1291270 Malaia Gold/Flint Long 6'6" 6 lb 21"x9.5" 0 degrees 68 oz. SpiraFil synthetic insulation Left Hand $149.00
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