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Marmot NanoWave 55°F Sleeping Bag
Item No. 248321
Marmot NanoWave 55°F Sleeping Bag is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19.
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Marmot NanoWave 55°F Sleeping Bag

Marmot NanoWave 55°F Sleeping Bag is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 19.
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Item No. 248321_GGRR_45_R
$75.04 $79.00
Save $3.96 ( 5% Off )
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Variations
  • 1. Select Temp 45 Degrees F
  • 2. Select Length Reg
Additional Information
Keep your load light and compact with the lightweight, highly compressible, and exceptionally comfortable Marmot NanoWave 55°F Sleeping Bag. EN-rated at 60.1°F for comfort, 54.3°F for lower limit, and 33.1°F for extreme, so this mummy-shaped bag is ideal for summer season use. Synthetic SpiraFil high loft insulation helps you stay warm even when it's wet. Furthermore, the 100\\% Polyester Taffeta (2.2 oz./yd.) shell is treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating to shed moisture. The 100\\% Polyester (1.3 oz./yd.) liner offers a more cool, comfortable feel to the inside.

Material Construction and Performance
• Light, versatile, high-performance 45°F mummy bag for summer-season backpacking
• Lightweight and durable 100\\% Polyester Taffeta (2.2 oz./yd) shell
• Shell is treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating to shed moisture
• Marmot's synthetic SpiraFil High Loft Insulation delivers great performance even when wet
• Insulation is light and compressible for easy packing and carrying
• 100\\% Polyester (1.3 oz./yd.) liner offers a more cool, comfortable feel to the inside
• Blanket construction to prevent cold spots
• EN-rated at 56.1°F for comfort, 49.6°F for lower limit, and 27.1°F for extreme

Design and Additional Features
• "Feely" draw cords let you tighten the hood and are easy to find in the dark
• Full-length zipper makes it extra-easy to get in and out
• 2-way zipper sliders offer option to open bottom for ventilation
• Snagless draft tube to prevent fabric from catching in the zipper
• Zipper garage
• 2 hang loops for storing and/or hanging your bag to dry or air out
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  • Light & compressible mummy bag for summer season
  • 100\\% Polyester Taffeta shell, water-repellent coat
  • Synthetic, high-loft SpiraFil insulates when wet
  • 100\\% Polyester, 100\\% Nylon Plain Weave WR liner
  • Blanket construction helps prevent cold spots
EN Comfort Limit 60.1°F
EN Lower Limit 54.3°F
Fill Spirafil High Loft
Gender Unisex
Insulation Synthetic
Lining Material 100% Polyester WR 1.3 oz./yd
Recommended Use Backpacking, Family Camping
Shell Material 100% Polyester Taffeta DWR
Sleeping Bag Shape Mummy
Sleeping Capacity 1
Zipper Closure Left Handed
Unit Weight 4.00 lb
Brand Marmot
MFG Part No. 21640-6278
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for summer and indoor use I love this sleeping bag. It's big enough that I don't feel claustraphic (I'm 5'7, 150lbs), and the zipper is wonderful (doesn't get stuck, smooth, can be unzipped on both ends). In addition, the fabric seems to be really durable, and is so smooth on the inside. As expected, it isn't great for temperatures lower than about 45 (and with a thick pad and heavy clothes) from what I've found, but is really great otherwise. I really like it for warm temperatures inside and out, with the zipper unzipped. It's the perfect size for draping over yourself when it's not too cold, and because it doesn't unzip the entire length of the bag, the bottom serves as a sort of pocket for your feet. I love it.
Date published: 2014-05-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Long enough for 6.3 person First of all I have not been camping with it yet so the reason for 4 star at this time. I am a bigger guy at 6.3 and 250 and I can fit in this bag. I plan on using it as a blanket type on a pad for 3 season bike / back packing but can zip it if need be. It packs very small was one of the selling points. If weather turns colder just dress a little for it. The pic showed bag on the right , sleeping pad and pillow with a Gatorade 20oz bottle for size If you are looking for something small and light to take the chill out during your trip this has a ton of potential.
Date published: 2017-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small cool weather go to bag [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I do a lot of ultralight three day hikes and the idea of a small packable bag sounded great. I go the larger size and it fits me at six foot 200lbs. I have taken this bag all over the country and it has never failed me. My daughter attempted to steal it and I ended up having to buy her one of her own. If you need packable bag for cool trips it hasn't failed me yet. I have slept in this bag in t shirt and pants when the temps dropped into the 40s and didn't was only woken up by the sounds of mountain lion scream causing me chills not the temperature.
Date published: 2018-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag, Grateful Every Night! Just got back from hiking part of the Camino where you stay in albergues at night, often without additional blankets. This lightweight bag was so perfect, I loved having it. I did not try to stuff it in the little sack, though one could. That was hard to do so I abandoned it. The material was comfy and no animal products involved. I even liked the little foot part. All great, Highly recommend for indoor non heated places and warmer summer camping. Wish it came in Teal :)
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Marmot Nanowave 55 Sleeping Bag I bought this sleeping bag with the intention of using it for Summer and/or indoor sleeping. I love this bag! It is comfortable, and probably the best thing about it is how small it packs down. This bag is just about perfect for me. I have read a lot of complaints that the bag is hard to get back into the stuff sack. My tip for that is to pay attention to how it is put in there by the manufacturer and replicate that process...works for me every time. I am about 5' 8" and this bag is plenty long for me. I am a side sleeper and this bag allows me the room to do that...however if you are much taller than me, side sleeping may be a bit tough. The only negative I can find about this bag is that the zipper snags a bit. I recommend that you take your time with the zipper to avoid ripping the bag.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm, Fast-&-Light, Versatile, Good Value I originally bought this bag for bike touring around Cairns, tropical Australia. Then, to have a total pack weight under the 7 kg carry-on limit of my Economy fare, I took it for a week's camping around Tokyo in early March 2016. I wore a Marmot 800-flil down jacket and warm beanie, filled up with plenty of carbs and hot chai tea and slept deeply. The coldest nights, I also wore a pair of Marmot DriClime lined pants and woolen socks. The rainy early spring nights were down to 3 Celsius.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Confining I just used this sleeping bag on a week-long hike, and found the following: Pros: - Zipper pull glows in the dark, making it easy to see. This is a nice little thoughtful detail. - Sleeping bag packs up extremely small in its stuff sack, which has built-in tightening straps. - Attractive colors and design. Cons: - I am 6'0", which I guess is the upper limit for users of this sleeping bag, and even though I have a slender build, I found this sleeping bag extremely confining. I had to make an effort whenever I wanted to roll over in the middle of the night. That made it uncomfortable to sleep in. I eventually had to unzip it during my trip and just use it like a blanket.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent bag [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this a few months ago and have not been let down. Pros: super compact Great materials and zipper A little warmer than expected Cons: If there is a little wind it cancels all warmth, not that it is fully designed for it but I slept with it in a hammock. Air temp 75 degrees at night, 10 MPH wind, and I was slightly chilled. Great bag just keep it in mind
Date published: 2019-06-19
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