Excerpt: Minimum weight, maximum warmth. That’s the Plasma’s guiding philosophy, and testers approve. The 15°F version won our Editors’ Choice Award in 2011 for its standout warmth-to-weight ratio, and this new model extends the award-winning range.
I wanted an ultralight down bag, comfortable to 30°,…
12 August 2009
Excerpt: I wanted an ultralight down bag, comfortable to 30°, to camp at 12,000 foot elevations in the summer. The 30° Marmot Hydrogen, high loft down sleeping bag seemed to fit the bill. On 2 nights it got down to 37°. It was a cold night’s sleep.
This is an excellent 3+ season bag that is conservative…
27 April 2008
Excerpt: This is an excellent 3+ season bag that is conservative in its listed temperature rating. It comes with a heavy nylon stuff sack that is 6"x12". The stuff sack bottom is round. The bag easily stuffed into this sack, and compresses into a approximately a 6"x6"x6" cube.
My bag choice for '06 AT through hike. Sorry, 900…
2 April 2008
Excerpt: My bag choice for '06 AT through hike. Sorry, 900 fill no longer available. Hundreds of nights. Good temp rating for a thru. I never had to switch to a summer bag. Temps dipped into the teens during early spring in the Smokies. Chilly but bearable under twenty degrees.
When I got this bag I was very excited about it. But…
23 August 2006
Excerpt: When I got this bag I was very excited about it. But after only one night, I woke up to find my tent full of little little 850 count down feathers. Somehow, I ripped two small holes near the foot of my bag and another hole in the small of my back. I am a restless sleeper but this was unacceptable.
Excerpt: Very Light bag. My 12 year old daughter used on a 14 day bicycling trip and found it very comfortable. I used hiking in White mountains and found it comfortable. I have not used below 40degrees yet.
Excerpt: I purchased this bag several years ago, and it has replaced my other bags for all around utility. It is very light, warm for the weight and flawless in its simplicity. I am considering the helium for colder climes.