Marmot Micron 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Down

Marmot Micron 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Down
Marmot Micron 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Down
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Micron 40 Sleeping Bag: 40F Down by Marmot
When warm summer temperatures seep into fall's chilly grasp, grab your Marmot Micron 40 Degree Down Sleeping Bag for the perfect amount of warmth for those cool nights in the high country. Made with 650-fill down and a synthetic exterior, this mummy bag will keep you warm on brisk September nights in the wild with your friends and then packs down small for easy carrying and storage the next morning. With added Down Defender, this sleeping bag fends off light water and the occasional spilled beer so your summer camping trips never end early due to soggy gear.

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SKU: MAR01BD
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