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Kolo
02-28-2014, 23:47
Does anyone have any opinions/experience with Marmot's Always Summer 40 degree bag? I'm looking at 40-50 degree bags for backpacking in mild weather without spending much more than $150. I'm pretty much set on a bag vice a quilt for this purchase.

grateful 2
03-01-2014, 00:12
I have a marmot wind river long 600 fill down with very similar specs I would sell you for $110 plus shipping. Almost brand new in excellent condition if you are interested. The main difference is the wind river does not have a hood, but it is a long so you can scoot down in the bag and just about cover your head or wear a hat when it gets really cold.

Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 66"/64"/46"
Stuff size: 16x7-"
Weight: 1 lb. 15 oz.
Fabric: 100% nylon (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/nylon~g~1957)
Insulation: Down
Fill Power: 600
Fill weight: 12 oz.


Its a nice bag!

Kolo
03-01-2014, 00:30
I have a marmot wind river long 600 fill down with very similar specs I would sell you for $110 plus shipping. Almost brand new in excellent condition if you are interested. The main difference is the wind river does not have a hood, but it is a long so you can scoot down in the bag and just about cover your head or wear a hat when it gets really cold.

Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 66"/64"/46"
Stuff size: 16x7-"
Weight: 1 lb. 15 oz.
Fabric: 100% nylon (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/nylon~g~1957)
Insulation: Down
Fill Power: 600
Fill weight: 12 oz.

Its a nice bag!

Thanks for the response, I will keep it in mind.