Marmot Trestles 30 Degree Sleeping Bag (Gently Used)

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Don’t cancel your next overnight adventure just because the forecast is calling for a little rain—bring the all-purpose Trestles 30° Sleeping Bag, built to perform in cool and damp conditions as you’re backpacking, trekking, mountaineering, and more. SpiraFil™ high-loft insulation will keep you warm even when things get wet. After a long day of exploring, zip up the full-length two-way zipper and give your feet a rest in the roomy 3D footbox. Its wave-construction top and blanket-construction bottom provide an unbeatable combo of maximum loft, warmth, and comfort. If the interior gets too toasty, use the fold-down secondary zipper to get some air. Tuck small items into the stash pocket for easy access.



  • Fold-down second zipper provides added ventilation and easy access, main zipper anti-snag slider reduces snagging
  • Anatomically 3D footbox increases the insulation and room for your fee, for more warmth and comfort
  • Spirafil high loft insulation for maximum warmth and durability
  • EN tested
  • Combination wave construction top provides maximum loft and warmth, blanket construction bottom for the best warmth and comfort under body
  • Full length locking YKK two way zipper
  • 3D hood construction
  • Stash pocket
  • “Feely” draw cords
  • Snagles insulated draft tube
  • Two hang loops
  • Compression stuff sack
  • Tested Comfort: 26.2 degrees fahrenheit
  • Footbox Size: 46.9 inches
  • Hip Girth: 57.1 inches
  • Insulation Type: Synthetic
  • Shoulder Girth: 62 inches
  • Stuff Sack Size: 18.1 x 8.7 inches
  • Product Weight: 3 lbs .7 oz

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 16 × 8 × 8 in
Select Length

Long Length, Regular Length

Select Zipper Side

Left, Right

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  1. David Stump

    Nice Bag

    David Stump (verified owner)

    The bag was in great condition when it arrived. I was worried it would stink, but it smelled fine. I have used this bag when it got down in to the low forties in a tent, and I felt a few cold spots, but it was otherwise plenty warm. I was sleeping in my underwear, so I could have easily adjusted my temperature. I did have a few nights when I slept under the trees and it was in the 50s, and the bag was a little warm. I had a sleeping bag liner on that trip, and it was easy to unzip a little and adjust my temperature with the sleeping bag liner. The sleeping bag liner also makes a great bug net if there are just a few mosquitoes.

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