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Marmot Aspen Trailblazer 40 ° Sleeping Bag

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Product Information:

The Marmot® Aspen Trailblazer 40° Sleeping Bag is a perfect companion for any backpacking trip! It maintains insulating properties when wet and it dries very quickly. This sleeping bag features a synthetic hypo-allergenic fabrication which is excellent for very wet climates. A convenient zip-through design allows the Trailblazer to be unzipped flat for use as a blanket. Machine wash and dry for super easy care!
FEATURES:

  • Temperature rating: 40°F
  • Bag style: Rectangular
  • Insulation type: SpiraFil high-loft insulation
  • Blanket construction
  • Zip-through design allows use as a blanket
  • Snagless draft tube
  • 7" x 16" stuff sack included
  • Machine wash and dry
  • Carry weight: 2 lbs 10 oz
  • Size: 72" x 31" x 27"
  • Zipper side: Left
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11602360

Customer Reviews:

Marmot Aspen Trailblazer 40 ░ Sleeping Bag 3.7 5 22 22
It should be rated 55 degree bag. Never consider this bag for any temps below 50. I froze in 45 degree temps with long underwear, pants, two layers of shirts, and a Spring coat. Only good for warm temps, only upside is that is compacts very small and is light. November 7, 2014
Good bag, nothing great I wish I had taken more time to research sleeping bags but we were headed to a Scout campout and my 6 year old son needed a good bag so the sales person in the store recommended this one. Mermot has very nice stuff but it got down to 49 degrees at night and my son could not stay warm in this bag. He changed to my Kelty sleeping bag and stayed warm all night while I slept in this one. I had to use three blankets on top. Seems well made and is easy to carry but I think you can find better bags for less money, especially on sale. This one I would recommend for late spring, summer or early fall. It?s not made for cooler weather. October 23, 2014
Compact & Comfy! Easy to pack, compression sack keeps it compact. Lightweight. Comfortable. Just what I was looking for after a day on the trail. July 22, 2014
Good Buy I've had mine for 2 seasons and I'm happy with it. It is light, durable, warm in the lower 40s and compacts down small. My only complaint is: I'd prefer a bit more roominess. I have washed it 3+ times and have slept about 30 total nights in it and it has had no issues. July 2, 2014
Just what I wanted This sleeping bag is just what I wanted--lightweight, with a silky microfiber lining. I've already spent an overnight in it (indoors) just to test it and was very comfortable. I haven't had it outdoors yet so can't rate it for warmth, but plan to use it for summer camping only so it should be fine. June 19, 2014
light weight and light warmth I took this bag on an overnight hiking 4 miles and gaining 3,000 feet in elevation. While others in our group were slow up the trail with their heavier packs, I got to the top first. I can't say if the bag will keep you warm to 40 degrees because there was a snow layer 8 inches deep. I can say that it will NOT keep you warm in the snow. Even with my toe warmer patches, I froze the entire night. April 30, 2014
Wider than most, bust still too narrow. Great bag, which packs down super small. Just too narrow, which isn't really a fault of the bag itself. April 22, 2014
Quality Bag, Great Price, ...a little narrow Took this bag for a two day tent trip with our Scouts in North Georgia. First night got down into the low 40's and I froze. 2nd night it was in the 50's, I layered and slept great. I'm a warm sleeper, but I think anything under 50 degrees you have to layer to stay warm in this bag. I'm 6'1, 200 lbs, the bag is plenty long, but it is narrow around the shoulders for a bigger guy. What I like (besides the length) is the lining is smooth and lets you move around without getting the bag all tangled up. There is a draw string on the top to help keep the heat in. Best part, the bag packs down very well and is light. If you're looking for a warm weather, back packing bag, under $100, this is a nice product. Add up the pros of the bag and consider the price, hard to pass it up. November 20, 2013
Good Product Great Price i got this bag on sale for 40. Its a good summer sleeping bag because its rated to 40 so at night i wasn't burning up. Its also really light and compresses really small in its pouch so its great for long hikes and backpacking. September 10, 2013
Great Bag I needed a 60 degree bag for Sturgis. All my other bags were too large to pack on the motorcycle. I was impressed with the size and quality of the bag. Slept comfortably in mid 50 degree evenings. I plan to bring a fleece liner along for any colder evenings. August 15, 2013
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