Marmot - Trestles 15 Degree Sleeping Bag

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Marmot - Trestles 15 Degree Sleeping Bag

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Stock #: 361E-

Don't let shorter days and falling temperatures keep you inside. The Marmot Trestles 15 weighs less than four pounds, comes with a compression sack, and comes at a price that's hard to refuse. Fall and winter are beautiful times to see the mountains (sorry, early spring - you're "mud season" here in Vermont) and the Trestles 15 will help get you out there.

Feature list from Marmot: 

  • SpiraFil High Loft Insulation
  • Dual Zippers
  • Insulated Collar with Easy Access Cord - Engineered to Close Without Velcro, Keeps Warm Air Trapped in Your Bag
  • Wave Construction - The Warmest Shingle Construction Available, Fitting Extra Insulation into These Bags by Creating an Overlapping Wave of Shingles Throughout the Bag. These Bags Will Keep You Warm and Dry in the Wettest of Environments
  • Available in X-wide Fit
  • Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box - For More Foot Room
  • Compression Stuff Sack
  • "Feely" Draw Cords - Ease Nighttime Cord Fumbling
  • Hood Draw Cord - Positioned for Easy Access
  • Second Side Zip
  • Snagless Draft Tube - Has Heavy Oxford Cloth to Repel Biting Zipper Coils
  • Stash Pocket - For Nighttime Essentials Such as a Watch or Energy Bar
  • Two Hang Loops - On the Outside of Foot Box for Airing Out Your Bag
  • Two Way Zipper Sliders - For Venting and Mating of Bags. Reversible Slider Tabs for Easy Use Inside or OUtside of Bag
  • Velcro®-free Face Muff - Keeps the Drawcord and Zipper Away from Your Face
  • Zipper Guards - Help Repel Biting Zipper Coils


  • Colors: Cobalt Blue/Deep Blue (2759)
  • Overall Weight: 3 lbs 14.25 oz / 1765 g
  • Fill Weight: 35 oz / 992 g
  • Size on Hip: 58in/147.3cm
  • Size on Foot: 40in/101.6cm
  • Main Material: 100% Polyester DWR 2.2 oz/yd
  • Main Material: 100% Polyester Embossed DWR 2.2 oz/yd
  • Lining Material: 100% Polyester Tafffeta DWR 2.2 oz/yd
  • Insulation Material: Spirafil 120



In April 1971, University of California Santa Cruz students Eric Reynolds and Dave Huntley were in Alaska on the Juneau Icefields on a school project in Glaciology. It was here on the glacier, amongst these students, that the idea of a Marmot club began. To become a Marmot, you had to climb a glaciated peak with another Marmot. One of the rules of the club was that everyone was president. Most of the other rules dealt with the collegiate fascination with bodily functions.

Eric and Dave went on to found Marmot Mountain Works in 1974, and through the years the company made lots of innovations in down jackets, sleeping bags, Gore-Tex apparel, and beyond. Their modest enterprise is now one of the largest and most respected outdoor gear companies in the world, distributed in over 60 countries, and it is still all about the highest-quality, innovative performance products. 


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