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Marmot - Never Winter - Down sleeping bag

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Down sleeping bag
Recommended use:
3 season; Trekking; Bike touring; Camping
Nylon ripstop AC / nylon WR (100% polyamide)
Inner material:
Nylon plain weave (100% polyamide)
Goose down 360 g / 420 g (size regular / long) 650 cuin bulking power; Down Defender dry treatment (contains non-textile elements of animal origin)
Comfort rating:
3.1 °C
Lower limit rating:
-2.2 °C
Extreme rating:
-18 °C
Packed dimensions:
5.3 liter (size M compressed); 6.25 liter (size L compressed)
900 g (size regular)
Max. height: 183 cm (size regular); 198 cm (size long)
H chamber construction; Draft collar; incl. Transport and storage sack; Trapezoid in the foot area
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Product description
Average winter lows in Big Bend hover around 40, making it the perfect environment for the 650-fill goose down Marmot Never Winter 30-Degree Sleeping Bag. Really, though, the Never Winter's perfect for pretty much any spring, summer, or fall trip you can imagine, since it weighs just two pounds but comes loaded with features like stretchy tricot baffles, an insulated draft tube and collar, and a trapezoidal footbox designed to keep your toes warm and comfortable. Super lofty and light down doesn't insulate well if it gets wet, but the Never Summer's got a trick up its sleeve—the down has been treated with Down Defender, which helps it maintain loft and insulating value even if does get a little soggy.

That's not all, though. The Never Winter comes complete with a five-baffle insulated Nautilus hood to keep your brain warm, and a face muff that seals drafts out and warm air in. Cinch everything down, and the locking drawcord will keep it there, and stay out of your face at the same time. Guards prevent fabric from jamming itself into the two-way zippers, too, while a low-profile stash pocket holds small gear that you want to keep handy at night.

  • 37-degree EN comfort rating
  • 650-fill down with Down Defender water-resistant treatment
  • Mummy bag with ground-level side seams
  • 40D nylon ripstop fabric
  • Five-baffle Nautilus drawcord hood, insulated draft tube, and face muff
  • Trapezoidal footbox construction and stretch tricot baffles
  • Down-filled collar
  • Stash pocket
  • Hang loops

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Question from Rebecca | München
Können Sie das Packmaß in cm angeben?

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Ronald | Customer Service
27.11.2014 08:23

Hi Rebecca (nochmal),
leider kann ich dir die gewünschte Information nicht geben, sorry. Wir haben das modell derzeit nicht mehr vorrätig, sodass ich es dir nicht ausmessen kann.

Question from Rebecca | München
Lässt sich der Schlafsack durch den Reißverschluss komplett öffnen?

(also als Decke nutzen in wärmeren Nächten)

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Ronald | Customer Service
27.11.2014 08:22

Hi Rebecca,
der RV lässt sich wie bei den meisten Schlafsäcken bis auf Knöchel-/Schienbeinhöhe öffnen

Question from Martin
noch kleinerer Packsack?

Gibt es für diesen Schlafsack einen noch kleineren Packsack? ( Schlafsackgröße Large)

Liebe Grüße!

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Ronald | Customer Service
28.07.2014 13:27

Hi Martin,
außer den vom Hersteller mitgelieferten Packsack haben wir keinen anderen speziellen für diesen Schlafsack. Du kannst dir aber natürlich auch einfach andere Packsäcke aus unserem Shop ordern und schauen welcher dir am besten zusagt (je nachdem was du für Kriterien hast)

28.07.2014 15:05

Danke :) könnte ich meinen Daunenschlafsack so klein pressen, wie ich es körperlich schaffe um eine maximale Komprimierung zu erreichen, oder kann man den Schlafsack komprimieren aber wenn dann nur in Maßen?

Ronald | Customer Service
28.07.2014 15:26

Je fester du Daune komprimierst desto eher können sie schaden nehmen (da der Kiel brechen kann). Natürlich kommt dies auch wieder auf die jeweilige Daunenqualität an. Von einem übermäßigen komprimieren ist aber pauschal abzuraten. Wenn du dbzgl. noch weitere Fragen hast, meld dich doch bitte telefonisch oder per Mail. Hier driftet es sonst zu weit ins allgemeine ab.

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