Marmot Never Summer Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Down

The Marmot Never Summer is a 0F sleeping bag with 600-fill down insulation and provides the warmth, comfort, and compressibility of down at a terrific price.

The Marmot Never Summer 0F sleeping bag is the work horse bag of the great outdoors—plain and simple, it's a top-level bag at a tremendous value. That's why everyone from casual backpackers to summer wilderness program counselors to hardcore hunters choose Marmot's 600-fill down bag. Features include a cozy trapezoidal foot box, vertical baffles, a stash pocket for nighttime essentials, Velcro-free face muff with down fly strip, an X-static draft tube and two internal and external hang loops for easy and secure bag airing. Two-way zippers lock to prevent undesired sliding. Stuff sack and storage sack included.

Bottom Line: The Marmot Never Summer Sleeping Bag is specifically designed for lean climbers, skin-and-bone cyclists, and cold-sleeping campers.

Material:Pertex Horizon N-160 DWR Finish
Insulation:600-fill goose down
Shape:Mummy
Draft Collar:Yes
Max User Height:[Reg] 6ft, [Lng] 6ft 6in
Shoulder/Hip/Foot Circumference:[Reg] 62/58/40in, [Lng] 64/60/42in
Stuff Size:7.5 x 15in
Weight:[Reg] 3lb 10oz, [Lng] 3lb 14oz
Warranty:Lifetime
Degree:0F, -18C
Recommended Use:3-season bag for those who are extra sensitive to cold

Reviews (3):

The Never Summer is the best bag I've ever owned. I've had some bad luck with Kelty and Northface, but when I switched to the Marmot I knew I would never buy another brand. It is versatile, compresses to about 6"x6" with a tight-tight compression sack and is extremely warm. I would recommend the Marmot Never Summer to anybody.



I just used my Never Summer Bag for the first time at 14,000 feet on El Pico de Orizaba in Mexico. It was excellent! It kept me and my toes nice and warm, with plenty of room to turn over as needed. The sleeping in the bag put me in perfect shape for our summit climb. A great bag!



A great deal for a quality bag. It kept me toasty in the snowy Sierras with no trouble. It’s not too heavy, compressible, and very comfortable.



The '06 Backpacker® Magazine Gear Guide says this bag "...won't commit the cardinal sin of leaving you colder than its 0° F temp rating."