Trestles Elite Eco 20° Sleeping Bag
Trestles Elite Eco 20° Sleeping Bag
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Product Details

  • Fold-Down Second Zipper Provides added Ventilation and Easy Access, Main Zipper Anti-Snag Slider reduces Snagging
  • Anatomically 3D Footbox increases the insulation and room for your feet, for more Warmth and Comfort
  • "HL-ElixR ECO" Unique Blend of 100% Recycled Fibers Provides Maximum Warmth, Soft Feel and High Loft
  • EN Tested
  • Combination Wave Construction Top provides Maximum Loft and Warmth, Blanket Construction Bottom for the best warmth and comfort under body
  • 3D Hood Construction
  • External Stash Pocket
  • Snagless Insulated Draft Tube
  • Two Hang Loops
  • Compression Stuff Sack
  • Storage Bag
When the temperatures drop after a long day of camping and hiking, you want to rest easy under the stars (or in your tent) in comfort. We've taken our best-selling Trestles Elite Sleeping Bag series and made our most sustainable sleeping bags ever, without sacrificing up-mountain performance or durability. The Trestles Elite Eco 20 Sleeping Bag is an environmentally friendly update which features Marmot Upcycle® PFC-free and recycled shell, lining, and fill. The HL-ElixR™Eco Micro synthetic insulation uses a unique blend of three fibers for maximum warmth, soft handfeel, and high loft. Wave construction on top and a blanket construction on the bottom provide optimal warmth and comfort. An anatomically 3D footbox and a fold-down secondary zipper offer ventilation and easy access for this mummy sleeping bag. We designed the Trestles Elite Series for treks where every ounce counts, so we kept the lightweight and easy compressibility of the original. EN rated as comfortable for women to the comfort level of approximately 32.2°F and a lower limit for men of approximately 21.6°F .
  • Bag Temperature Fahrenheit: 20° F
  • Bag Temperature Celcius: -7° C
  • EN Comfort Rating: 32.2°F / 0.1°C
  • Product Weight: 2lbs 6oz (1077g)
  • Main Fabric: 40d 100% Nylon Ripstop 1.7 oz/yd
  • Lining Fabric: 40d 100% Nylon 1.6 oz/yd
  • Insulation Material: HL-ElixR™
  • Zipper Location: LZ
  • Shoulder Girth: 62in (157.5cm)
  • Hip Girth: 57in (145cm)
  • Footbox Size: 47in (119.5cm)
  • Stuff Sack Size: 9.5 x 19in | 24 x 48cm
  • Compressed Volume: 512.6ci » 8.4 liters
  • Pack Volume: 512.6ci » 8.4 liters
  • Style Number: 39610
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent value Love the feel of the shell & fill - very comfortable! I have both this 20 bag & the Elite Eco 0 bag. My low comfort range feels more mid/low 30's and 20's respectively. Handles heavy dew & air moisture well keeping insulation value. My camping from car and average paddling camping trip go to bags now. Used 20 bag 11 nights since getting about month ago. Had 0 bag for a few months aproaching 30 nights in it.
Date published: 2020-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm with enough room to wiggle My wife and I have used ours to car camp a few times and it worked great, I never felt trapped in the bag, especially with the contoured foot box. It is also awesome that my wife and my sleeping bag (both Trestles) can zip together.
Date published: 2020-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rock Solid that Outperforms... I purchased the Trestles Elite Eco 20 after looking at several options, one main factor was to find a high performing synthetic sleeping bag. The first night out it never touched 40 degrees and I was comfortable, the second adventure we were deep inside Rocky Mountain National Park, that night temps dropped slightly below zero and I was comfortable. The only thing I can truly complain about is the zipper, on both occasions it snagged... causing a bit of grief each time.
Date published: 2020-04-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's fine as sleeping bags go Finally got to the use the bag on a recent backpacking trip. It was 26 degrees the first night and 28 the next, and then it warmed up the next few days. Those first two nights I woke up a few times chilled even though I was wearing full socks, heavy thermals and a vest and hat. The bag was also pretty long for someone who is 5'5", which isn't ideal for backpacking weight. All that aside, the bag is a great color and is super soft and packs down nicely. One suggestion I would have for the designers is to move the inside pocket from the top flap to the bottom or side. It seemed like it would be a great idea, but once I put my headlamp in there it was pretty heavy and I'd find myself getting hit in the face with it.
Date published: 2019-04-05
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