Rated4out of5byBMW bikerfromCompactMotorcycle Camping so weight is not a big priority, but size and compactness is.
Date published: 2014-03-19
Rated5out of5byHiker UpperfromPacks small and perfectly rated.I've used this sleeping bag 4 times now and it's an absolute marvel of modern technology. It's warm, it's comfortable.
The bag is a mummy shape so your foot-space is going to be limited anyway but that is to be expected. I'm 6'2" tall and the Long size was the perfect size for me.
It packs inside of my backpack and is about 1 liter and a half. Very tiny and less than a kilo of weight.
The only drawback is the bright red color. Very loud and obnoxious. I try to keep my equipment more subdued but the quality/size/price of this bag was too good to pass up. I'm very pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2013-09-26
Rated5out of5byColdWeather USAfromUsed 40 days in a row - held up greatI used this bag to walk the Camino Frances in Spain for 30 days and then used it to sleep in an RV in Iceland for 10 days. The bag held up well. I did use a bug resistant liner.
The bag is light and packs into a stuff sack that is included. I did not struggle to get the bag in the stuff sack.
The only thing to note is this bag does not come with a loose fitting storage sack. It only comes with its own stuff/compression sack.
I liked my choice of this bag.
Date published: 2013-08-17
Rated2out of5byrobynjolsonfromNot warm at allI took this backpacking in Western Washington in August. The forecast said we would have a low of 50. I froze in this bag. I ended up wearing every piece of clothing I brought plus putting a garbage bag over the end to help keep in some body heat. I am returning it and getting a more expensive (down) bag that is rated lower and weighs the same.
Date published: 2013-08-12
Rated5out of5byAZscouterfromGood light weather bagI backpack or camp around two times a month in many deferent environments. I have a 20 degree down bag that I have used for 4 years and found that sometimes it is just too hot. That is why I bought the Marmot NanoWave 45 Sleeping Bag. I have only used it 4 times so far and it has worked out well for me. One of the nights was in the upper 30s and I stayed conferrable. I got the bag in the long size because I'm 6'2" and 190 lb. I found it to be a good fit.
Date published: 2013-06-27
Rated4out of5bywjmorganfromtry as i mightdisappointed in the stuff bag, try as I might I could not stuff it, they supply a compression sack for stuffing but that is useless. If you get it into the bag you won't need to compress it. I recommend you plan on your own stuff sack. It will be fine otherwise.
Date published: 2013-06-02
Rated5out of5bySean VfromDefinitely worth gettingIt's a really solid little sleeping bag. The included compression sack packs it down to a little larger than a football. When camping with it recently, there was an unexpected cold snap (just above freezing) and the bag performed really well and I was able to sleep comfortably through the whole night. I was wearing almost all the clothes I had packed though.
There is no brushed fabric on any parts of the interior of this bag, like it says in the description online. Inexplicably, the EN 13537 temperature ratings are missing as well, even though they were included with the bag when I purchased it. They are 56.1 F (13.4 C) for comfort, 49.6 F (9.8 C) for lower limit, and 27.1 F (-2.7 C) for extreme.
Date published: 2013-05-01
Rated4out of5bySmokeyTheBearfromJust bought and used for the first timeUSed for the first time this week in mid-50's at night... worked great! Love how small is packs down and only weight 1lb8oz. So small compared to my ) degree. Used on the beach off East Coast... still a little chilly at night (outside the bag, had to wear a fleece) but had to unzip partially to keep from sweating when I got in the bag.
AWESOME. +cant beat the price
Date published: 2013-05-01
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