Marmot Aspen 20° Explorer Sleeping Bag
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Camp any time of the year with the Marmot® 20°F Explorer Sleeping Bag. When it's cold out this bag will keep you warm with SpiraFil high loft insulation, a full coverage hood with drawcord, and a snagless draft tube. It includes a compression stuff sack for your convenience and features other useful additions like locking zippers and a stash pocket.
- Temperature rating: 20°F
- Bag style: Mummy
- Insulation: SpiraFil high-loft synthetic insulation
- Shell and lining materials: 100 % polyester DWR, 100% polyester dobby
- Shingled construction
- Snagless draft tube along zipper prevents heat loss
- Full coverage hood with draw cord
- Locking zippers
- 2 hang loops
- 2-way zipper sliders
- Stash pocket
- 9" x 18" compression stuff sack included
- Carry weight: 3 lbs 12 oz
- Size: 84" x 32" x 20"
- Fits up to 6'
- Zipper: Left side
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 11620575
Rated 4.7 out of 5áby 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby Bulldog Great Sleeping Bag Folks, this is a great sleeping bag. I have other 20 degree bags (that shall remain nameless) that this one puts to shame. I didn't have a ton of money, so I "settled" on this one. I read the reviews and followed my instincts and I am very happy. It's warm (it lives up to its 20 degree rating), well made (materials are top notch and the zipper works great). Buy it, you won't regret it. September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby KleinOmite Sleeps great! Overall, the sleeping bag I give 5 stars. Slept in it both in a tent and outside under the stars, with overnight temps in the 40s. The bag that you store the sleeping bag in, however, is not great quality. Stitching came apart when sinching it up in there on the second night. Make that bag sturdier, as we rely on that bag to keep our sleeping bag secure please! May 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Big Nate Awesome 3-season bag. I bought this bag awhile back just to see how it would hold up. Went out the weekend before Thanksgiving and slept open-air. The temperature got low that night, enough that I woke up with frost on the bag. Open air is tough on most sleeping bags, but even with a minimal sleeping pad, this bag kept me comfortable all night. For three-season backpacking, this bag will more than fulfill your needs. December 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby ccmedic76 Overall Great Sleeping Bag Used this sleeping bag for the first time the other day. We went camping in the mountains and it got down to 24 degrees that night and 18 if you count the wind chill. It kept me amazingly warm. It also seems to be made of quality materials. It is a little small at first but once you get used to it that really isn't a big deal. The only real problem I had was every now and then the zipper will snag and get stuck. I highly recommend anyone buy this. April 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Bo I really liked this bag I really liked this bag, I used it when I went to Scotland on a hiking expedition and it was nice and warm. It got to the point where it was so warm I had to open it up. It was very comfortable, my only problem with this bag is the compression sack it came with is very bulky. Besides that I love it! December 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby tritodd Warm and dry! I have only a few experiences with late fall camping in Michigan, but we had temperatures in the mid 30's and I was comfortable with my new Marmot Aspen 20' bag. I loved the drawcord hood the best, and it easily fit back into the compression stuff sack. November 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby leramphi Great comfort and size Used this bag for a Boundary Waters trip and they were super comfortable and nice and compact and light. August 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Patton Marmot Aspen 20░ Explorer Sleeping Bag Very warm. Great quality in construction. Strong zipper.My only complaint would be the bag binds in the zipper and could be addressed. July 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Mjranger Comfortable I'm a grab and buy kind of purchaser, so my only complaint rests on my shoulders. I would have purchased an XL bag as opposed to the large I did grab. I am 5'10, 200lbs. June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby HammockCamperNSV My first sleeping bag and it was an excellent choice. I went car camping with this bag in my hammock for the first time. It got down to 37 degrees that night and I was still warm in the bag. Since I was car camping I used a heavy down blanket as padding to sleep on top of. I was wearing thermal, wool socks, and a hoodie as I was anticipating it to be real cold. The bag was cooking! I hope to test it down in the 20s soon. December 2, 2014