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Lost Coast 40° Sleeping Bag


Lost Coast 40° Sleeping Bag

Lost Coast 40° Sleeping Bag


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Challenge your bed’s “favorite-place-to-sleep” status with a Marmot® sleeping bag fit for the thrills of your most exhilarating camp-out yet. Here are four ways to choose the sleeping bag you need when it's just between you, your camping tent, and the night's stars:

  • By Activity
  • By Season or Temperature
  • By Insulation
  • By Shape

Choosing a sleeping bag by activity:

Camping sleeping bags – For camping, a traditional rectangular sleeping bag is more than enough. Choose one that is lightweight and easy to carry but also provides enough warmth and insulation for the environment you’ll be camping in.

Backpacking sleeping bags – For backpacking, opt for an ultralight sleeping bag with a waterproof shell. A durable material that packs down small is key so you can use it when space and weight are at a premium.

Mountaineering sleeping bags – For mountaineering roll out a mummy sleeping bag with a hood attached and a higher fill rating to help keep you warm and protected from head to toe.

Choosing a sleeping bag by season or temperature:

Cold weather sleeping bags – For added warmth look for features such as a higher fill rating, hoods, and drawcords at the shoulders and neck. Warming materials like down or PrimaLoft are also included to help keep you warm even in those extreme temperatures.

Warm weather & summer sleeping bags– For the cool of ventilation look for lightweight sleeping bags with low insulation ratings and breathability. Cooling materials with breathable panels offer ventilation to help keep you cool.

Choosing a sleeping bag by insulation material:

Synthetic sleeping bags – For a winning combination of warmth and durability at an affordable price, pick synthetic sleeping bags made with materials such as polyester or nylon. They dry out quickly when wet yet provide enough insulation to withstand colder temps.

Down sleeping bags – For the high standard insulation, choose down sleeping bags made with goose down or other natural fibers. These types of sleeping bags pack smaller than synthetic ones and retain loft over time, yet take longer to dry when wet with a higher price point.

Choosing a sleeping bag by shape:

Mummy sleeping bags – Popular due to their weight, warmth, and snug fit, these cocoon-like sleeping bags are ideal for backpacking trips because they're lightweight, packable, and have more insulation than rectangular sleeping bags.

Rectangular sleeping bags - With plenty of interior space for a good night's sleep, rectangle sleeping bags are great for camping, car camping, or recreational use. Since they're more cavernous they can be bulkier and heavier than mummy sleeping bags.

Endless possibilities await those who take on adventures outdoors. With the right sleeping bag type, you can get a good night’s sleep – no matter what activity or environment of your next epic outdoor journey.