Plasma 15 Sleeping Bag (Long)
In Stock Product Number: 39778
The Marmot Plasma 15° Sleeping Bag is rated to 15°F and weighs in at less than two pounds, the bag contains the highest quality, highest fill-power goose down there is. Pertex Quantum® face fabric is water-repellent, and breathable, yet dense enough to resist rips and punctures. Marmot’s Flow Gate Construction achieves the functionality of a custom solution by allowing you to shift insulation to colder areas at will.
- Certified 900+ Fill Power Goose Down
- EN Tested
- Insotect Flow Vertical Baffle System Reduces Weight and Transfers Heat from the Core of Your Body to Your Extremities
- Designed to Increase Thermal Value Without Adding Weight
- Ultralight and Durable 10 Denier Pertex Quantum Fabric
- Wrap Around Foot Box Construction Incorporates Flow Design with Marmot's Classic Trapezoid Shape
- Full Length Zipper
- Insulated Draft Tube
- Hood Draw Cord
- Insulated Collar with Easy Access Cord
- Velcro-free Face Muff
- Two Way Zipper Sliders
- Two Hang Loops
- Zipper Garage
Weight: 1lbs 6.44oz (636g)
Material: 900+ Fill Power Goose Down
Vendor ProductId: 21070
Review ProductId: 24956
Staff Pick: the Marmot Plasma 30 sleeping bag
"I’ve honestly never climbed inside a goose down bag as lofty as this one. If there’s any doubt that the Marmot Plasma sleeping bags will keep you warm right down to their rated temperatures, that doubt is completely eradicated the first time you climb into this bag. Between the 900-fill down, the top-of-the-line shell material and the radical design, Marmot has clearly engineered the best sleeping bag on the market right now. You can’t actually touch the Marmot Plasma through the internet, but you can see the great lengths Marmot has gone to with this bag..."
The new Marmot Plasma sleeping bag wins a Backpacker Magazine editor's choice award
"Available in two temperature ratings — the Marmot Plasma 30 and Marmot Plasma 15 — as well as regular and long versions, these bags push the limit of just how light an ultralight down sleeping bag can be. Utilizing a 900-fill goose down for insulation, these bags weigh in at an astonishing 1 lb, 6 oz (+30F version) and 1 lb, 14 oz (+15F version)! You simply cannot buy a better sleeping bag...."
What’s in MY pack? Backpacking gear lists from a Great Smoky Mountains overnighter
"Ever since we published a series of backpacking gear lists this spring (an ultralight backpacking gear list, a traditional backpacking gear list and a beginner’s backpacking gear list) several blog readers have contacted me to ask which of those items I personally carry. After all, it’s one thing to compile lists of suggested backpacking gear, and another thing entirely to disclose exactly what I take on the trail. Well, what better way to follow up those gear lists, and answer that question, than with another gear list?"