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Marmot Sawtooth

 
Marmot Sawtooth

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Marmot Sawtooth

Manufacturer: Marmot

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Page By: Hotfeet

Created/Edited: Feb 26, 2007 / Mar 4, 2008

Object ID: 2689

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15 degree Down Sleeping Bag

Marmots Sawtooth sleeping bag makes a great spring, summer or early fall backpacking bag. Whether Nepal trekking or general traveling bag.

Features

-The downproof nylon shell is smooth against the skin and has a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish to resist moisture.
-Warm, 600 fill down offers superb insulation and loft while compressing extremely well for packing
-The x-static draft tube eliminates cold leaks through the zipper.
-A nautilus 6-baffle hood, with 6 chambers of down around head, provides better down control and fit, and the hood draw cord is positioned for easy access.
-Stretch tricot baffles provide outstanding strength and durability, increasing bag life.
-"Feely" draw cords ease night time cord fumbling; micro muff cushions the drawcord around your face.
-Velcro free face muff and down-filled collar with easy access draw cord.
-Two hang loops on the outside of the foot box are there to air out your bag.
-There is a stash pocket for night time essentials such as a watch or energy bar.
-Ground level side seams help to eliminate drafts.
-Classical trapezoidal footbox.
-Locking zippers with two-way zipper sliders and zipper guards.
-Stuff sack and storage sack are included.

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Reviews

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HotfeetOpinion of Bag

Voted 5/5

A very good bag. A 15 degree bag. I love the zippers. The locking feature and the guards are fantastic. I think it is a great spring and early fall bag. I wouldn't recommend it on a winter expedition.
Posted Mar 9, 2007 5:56 am

EverydayExplorerEven when wet

Voted 5/5

I spent a week on Mt. Baker in May with this bag. While it got wet, as everything else in the tent did, it was still warm enough and comfortable enough to be happy with the bag. While I was on Baker I was borrowing the sleeping bag. I liked it enough to go out and buy another one.
Posted Sep 18, 2007 4:52 pm

Rob RicksExcellent all-around bag

Voted 5/5

Classic three season bag for backcountry adventures in the Pacific Northwest. Excellent loft with no hot/cold spots. Came with a stuff sack, but I store it in the large cotton bag supplied to retain its loft. Great buy.
Posted May 8, 2008 1:43 pm

aemterGreat dry weather bag

Voted 5/5

I love my Sawtooth! This is an excellent bag for 3 season backpacking/camping. It lofts well, breathes well and it is truly a 15 degree bag - I wouldn't hesitate to rely on this bag to keep me warm in single digit temps if I had a warm hat and warm clothes. I really like being able to unzip the zipper from the bottom to let my feet cool off. With some bags this isn't possible. The hood is an excellent design. I'm 5'11", 185lbs and the regular fits me perfectly. It doesn't take much to get the down wet as this bag has no DWR treatment. I sewed a siliconized nylon bivy sack for it and that works OK for keeping off dew and tent condensation. Another very nice feature is the ability to "shake" the down more toward the top (to stay warmer) or to the bottom (to stay cooler).
Posted Jan 2, 2009 8:34 pm

CSUMarmotNo problem when damp

Voted 5/5

the bag is water resistant enough that small amounts of water will not compromise the temp rating
Posted Oct 14, 2010 2:33 pm

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