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Marmot
Hydrogen Sleeping Bag (Closeout) (no-sku-product)

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The Hydrogen 30° Sleeping Bag by Marmot is a super light, down filled bag designed exclusively for light and fast climbs and hikes.  Weighing in at a wispy one pound, the Hydrogen still supplies incredible warmth with its certified 850+ fill goose down that has the best weight to warmth ratio in the market.  Stretch tricot baffles are added to provide the ultimate in strength, durability and bag life. 

A smaller and shorter zipper minimizes weight and a velcro free face muff keeps the drawcord and zipper away from your face while sleeping.  For even more comfort there is a classic trapezoidal foot box for extra foot room and an insulated draft tube that eliminates cold leaks through the zipper.


Features

  • Filled and Finished in Santa Rosa, California
  • Certified 850+ Fill Power Goose Down
  • EN Tested
  • Pertex Microlight Shell and Lining Fabric
  • Full baffle construction
  • Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood
  • Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box
  • Insulated Draft Tube
  • 30F/-1C
  • Fill Weight: 11oz (312g)
  • (Girth X Hip X Foot) 62in (157.48cm) X 58in (147.32cm) X 40in (101.6cm)
  • Loft: 4

Gender: Unisex
Weight: 1lbs 12oz (794g)
Material: 850+ Fill Power Goose Down
Fit: Reg: 6'0”. Long: 6'6”
Zipper Type: Left Zip
Season: S13
Vendor ProductId: 2061
Review ProductId: 15054

What’s in your pack? Backpacking gear list 2: The ultralight backpacker
"Ultralight backpacking means quite a few different things to quite a few different people. Some take it to extremes, striking out into the wilderness without a tent or rain gear. Increasingly, though, we come across folks who are simply looking to travel greater distances in a day than is possible with a heavy pack, or who are looking to reduce the strain on their hips and knees by shaving pounds from their normal backpacking gear..."

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