By pedal or oar.
From rafting trips down the Colorado River to bikepacking across Wyoming, the Marmot Nanowave 50 Semi Rec Sleeping Bag is the ideal sleeping solution when the temperatures are warm and saving space is critical. The bag's Spirafil insulation is lofty and compressible to keep weight to a minimum, and it's capable of retaining insulating properties if it happens to get wet during your travels. A full-length zipper lets you sleep with one (or two) legs out during those hot summer nights on the Colorado Plateau, and the snagless draft tube helps keep things toasty when you encounter chilly temps on the high plains of Wyoming.
- A lightweight and compressible sleeping bag for summer adventures
- Spirafil insulation retains insulating properties when wet
- Full-length zipper with snagless draft tube for warmth
- Compression stuff sack included
- Q & A
Good Things in Small Packages
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This bag packs down ultra-small, super light. Great for grabbing in the last minute for an unplanned stay, summer camping, hammock sleeping. Perfect for a backpack!
Packs Down Small!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is the perfect bag for a Summer backpacking trip. It is thinner than a typical sleeping bag so it packs down really small and weighs under 2 lbs. The semi-rectangular shape allows you to spread your feet out a bit more for a comfortable sleep. It's also great to leave in your car for an emergency blanket or for sleeping on a friend's couch.
All of Marmot's products are very high quality and come with a lifetime warranty. For the price this is an awesome sleeping bag!
Lightweight, summer bag for women
This is my first Marmot bag/blanket. I really like the construction and layout, I previously owned a TNF Ocelot Overbag with a similar layout and the Marmot is far superior in quality, especially for the price. I was in the market for a synthetic summer bag that was versatile, under 2 lbs, and wouldn’t take up a whole lotta space in a 46L pack. This fit the bill. I also Ike that it came in it’s own compression sack. Since I am female I would give this a comfort rating of 60 degrees and pair it with a liner for using in temps any lower.