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Comments about Marmot Ouray +0 Sleeping Bag - Women's Long - 2011 Closeout:
After years of sleeping cold in my old bag every summer at girl scout camp in the Sierra, I had had enough, and embarked on an exhaustive search for the perfect bag. After much hemming and hawing, I ended up with the Marmot Ouray, and I'm so glad I did.
-Ouray's roomy mummy shape is the perfect balance between warmth-conserving and spacious; as a fairly claustrophobic sleeper, I found it incredibly easy to fall (and stay) asleep in this bag, and the bag is so fluffy and lofty that it feels just like sleeping wrapped in a big down comforter at home.
-SO WARM AND COZY. In the past, I've been sleeping in several layers of shirts and pjs and socks, plus hat and sweatshirt, and still been cold in the low 30's. In Ouray, all I needed was a t-shirt and pants, and didn't even necessarily need to keep the thing all the way zipped up. It has a pocket in the footbed for heat packets, but I was so warm that I didn't even need to consider trying it out.
-Stash pocket in the neck draft tube was a little hard to find at first, but is just the right size for the essentials- flashlight, alarm clock/watch, chapstick.
-The zipper was a bit hard to zip up while in the bag- it didn't get caught in the fabric, but just something about the angle made it a bit tricky to zip up once you were all comfy-cozy inside it.
-No pocket to hold your pillow in place. Not a deal breaker, but it's always nice to not wake up with your pillow on the ground a few feet away.
Basically, I was so in love with this back after one night of sleeping in it that it my fellow counselors and I began to personify it, and tell tales of my spicy Latin paramour Ouray. He was even kidnapped a couple of times because I was so vocal about my love for him. I think Marmot Ouray and I will be together for a long time.
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