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8.1* out of 10

Marmot Sawtooth

The penultimate all-arounder, the Sawtooth blends just the right Read more

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I don't have any serious complaints about this bag.…

speardane, Trailspace.com
3 September 2011
  • Summary: I don't have any serious complaints about this bag. My 2nd Marmot bag, my first was the Mistral w/Lite Loft ins. It lost all its loft so I bought this, at REI. I have woken in the morning with ice crusted on it, and been roast toasty. The zipper frequently gets caught, unless I baby it along. No big deal, that's what bags do. I am skeptical of REI's price now, it's 50 bucks more than when I bought it 5-6 years ago.
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This is a well-made sleeping bag with a lot of function…

Trailspace.com
2 February 2011
  • Summary: This is a well-made sleeping bag with a lot of function for the price. It is insulated with 600 fill goose down and weighs about three pounds. It stuffs into a fairly small stuff sack. Mine does not have a membrain waterproof/breathable outer shell, but it is available with that at some extra expense.
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Totally useless piece of shit! Used four times, lost…

Frozen, Trailspace.com
31 December 2010
  • Summary: Totally useless piece of shit! Used four times, lost its loft and i nearly succumbed to hypothermia in 25 deg temps! Down does not stay in place properly! Traded in for a North Face Cats Meow.
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It's very functional. I used it in my coldest trip…

Bryan, Trailspace.com
22 December 2009
  • Summary: It's very functional. I used it in my coldest trip yet, 12 degrees in Blueridge and it kept me toasty with thermals, socks, and sweater. Honestly, if you need a bag for all seasons, this is it. It will keep you warm in the winter with layers and is breathable enough to use during the summer. I like it because it's fairly wide too, I can't use tight bags. For me, it fits all my needs.
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This bag is great for the price. It's kept me comfortable…

Trailspace.com
15 October 2009
  • Summary: This bag is great for the price. It's kept me comfortable and warm into the low and windy/wet 30's (this was in a three season tent with mid-weight wool base layer for sleeping). The hood pulls tight comfortably and the draft collar works (I another bag rated to -0 which is not as warm because the draft collar sucks, have to wrap a jacket around my neck to keep the cold out). I'm really impressed with this bag, especially, again, for the price.
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Used for cycle touring in S.America. At 0c I am cold…

Trailspace.com
5 April 2009
  • Summary: Used for cycle touring in S.America. At 0c I am cold and need to put on thermals. Heavy considering lack of warmth. Leaks a lot of down. I have the long version which is long enough for my 6'3", but much wider than it needs to be. I am 90kg and it is way too roomy (it is not the wide version). It would be warmer and lighter if the fit were narrower.
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+++ to Bill and Herbert, the regular fit me perfectly…

Trailspace.com
28 March 2008
  • Summary: +++ to Bill and Herbert, the regular fit me perfectly at 6'0" and 220 lbs. Nice and warm in Utah mid March...low 20's to high teens nights at lowest temp. 5 stars for value and warmth! Though not as light as others.
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User Review

Ted, TheBackpacker.com
4 March 2008
  • Excerpt: On a summer trip in the high Sierras (9000'+), we had a couple of nights below freezing, and this bag performed very well. I got the long because it was on sale, and it's just a little too big. I'm thinking of trading it in for a smaller and lighter bag, but I have no real complaints. At 49oz it's not too heavy, but it is certainly facing competition from much lighter bags. It also mates well with my other Marmot bag.
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Oh I love this bag! I have never felt cold in this…

Trailspace.com
7 October 2007
  • Summary: Oh I love this bag! I have never felt cold in this bag. I wish it was slightly lighter but you can't get everything. Packs down small and the outer material is quite water resistant I noticed.
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Best sleeping bag I've ever owned. Nothing better…

Trailspace.com
4 June 2007
  • Summary: Best sleeping bag I've ever owned. Nothing better than Marmot and I've even named my dog after the brand. I've used the Sawtooth everywhere from Montana to Kenya. Even on the equator it was comfortable enough to just drape over myself. I lost it once in Yellowstone and it was apparently special enough for the crew there to mail it all the way back to New Jersey.
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