Col Dryloft

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Col Dryloft
Manufacturer Marmot
Page By Josh
Page Type Dec 13, 2001 / Dec 13, 2001
Object ID 68
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This bag is a balance between warmth, weight, and durability -- Marmot's choice for Alaskan and Canadian Rockies' climbs.

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Ardvark - Jan 5, 2005 4:06 pm - Voted 5/5

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Pull the Col out of its stuff sack and it starts growing. Pretty soon, there is no place in the tents for your buddies. This is a warm, thoughtfully designed bag. I've used it on Aconcagua and Denali with never a chilly night.



The foot box is big enough for your boot liners and is reinforced for that purpose. The pocket at the top of the zipper is too small and hard to use. It would be nice if they could add a mesh pocket inside the chest area for drying socks and gloves.

Ardvark - Jan 5, 2005 4:06 pm - Voted 5/5

Untitled Review
Pull the Col out of its stuff sack and it starts growing. Pretty soon, there is no place in the tents for your buddies. This is a warm, thoughtfully designed bag. I've used it on Aconcagua and Denali with never a chilly night.



The foot box is big enough for your boot liners and is reinforced for that purpose. The pocket at the top of the zipper is too small and hard to use. It would be nice if they could add a mesh pocket inside the chest area for drying socks and gloves.

kili0601 - Jan 24, 2006 3:23 pm - Voted 5/5

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Excellent sleeping bag. VERY warm and stuffs down to a nice small size. Used it on Aconcagua and was very comfortable. Took it to Ecuador and never even zipped it up all the way. Nice job Marmot!

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