Marmot Sawtooth Down Sleeping Bag

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Lightweight and compressible, the Marmot Sawtooth down sleeping bag blends just-right warmth with just-right weight, making it a superb all-around cold-weather backpacking bag.

  • Features

    • Certified 650-fill down with Down Defender treatment for improved water-resistance in wet conditions
    • Anatomically designed footbox allows down to loft fully around your feet for optimum warmth and comfort; pocket in the footbox lets you slip in a hand warmer (sold separately)
    • Nautilus multi-baffle hood envelopes your head in warmth; adjustable drawcord cinches hood about your face
    • Down-filled draft collar with easy-access drawcord helps to trap body heat inside
    • Full-length, 2-way, snag-free zipper is backed by an insulated draft tube to prevent cold air sneaking in
    • Ground-level side seams keep warm air from escaping
    • Stretch tricot baffles provide strength and durability for long bag life
    • Zipper garage keeps zipper pull in its place at night
    • 2 hang loops for storing and airing out sleeping bag
    • Internal stash pocket stows nighttime essentials
    • Stuff sack and storage sack included


    Many sleeping bags are rated for temperature by an independent testing protocol. REI and the broader industry now use the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 23537 protocol, which improves on the older European Norm (EN) 13537 standard; you may still see older items in our assortment that were only EN tested. With either protocol, each bag gets a Comfort (or T-Comfort) rating and Lower Limit (or T-Limit) rating. The Comfort rating is the lowest temperature at which the bag will keep the average "cold sleeper" comfortable, and the Lower Limit rating is the lowest temperature at which the bag will keep the average "warm sleeper" comfortable. Ratings are based on a person wearing one long underwear layer and a pair of socks, sleeping on an insulated surface with a minimum R-value of 5.38. Many brands use the Comfort rating for women's bags and the Lower Limit rating for men's and unisex bags. Everyone's body and sleep comfort differ, and conditions of use (posture, clothing, sleeping pad R-value, wind, humidity, etc.) affect total insulation, so EN and ISO ratings are intended as a guideline to help you compare products, rather than a guarantee of warmth.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Tested Lower Limit

    15.6 degrees (F) - EN

    Tested Comfort

    27.1 degrees (F) - EN

    Temperature Rating (F)

    15 degrees (F)

    Temperature Rating (C)

    -9 degrees (C)



    Zipper Location


    Insulation Type


    Water-Resistant Down



    650-fill duck down



    Sleeping Bag Shape




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