Marmot Couloir 0F 800 Down Sleeping Bag - Regular Size Features
Classic Trapezoidal Foot Box For More Foot Room
Down-filled Collar with Easy Access Draw Cord
Down-Filled Draft Tube Eliminates Cold Leaks Through the Zipper
"Feely" Draw Cords Ease Nighttime Cord Fumbling
Forward Lean Foot Box
Ground-Level Side Seams Eliminates Drafts
Hidden Draft Tube Pocket Inverts Into Draft Tube and Used to Store Watch or Alarm and Stay Out of Our Face
Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood 6 Chambers of Down Around Head for Better Down Control and Fit, Hood Cord is Positioned for Easy Access
Stretch Tricot Baffles Provide Ultimate Strength, Durability and Bag Life
Stuff and Storage Sack Included Store and Pack Just Like Your Sleeping Bag
Velcro-free Face Muff Keeps the Drawcord and Zipper Away from Your Face
Zipper Guards Help Repel Biting Zipper Coils
Filled and Finished in Santa Rosa, California
Certified 800+ Fill Goose Down Independently Tested and Certified by International Down and Feather Laboratory in Salt Lake City, Utah. Retested at Fill Time in Santa Rosa to Ensure 800 Fill Power Every Time.
Thermo-Pane Foot Box Double-Layer Baffle Construction for Increased Warmth in Foot Area
Lightweight 20d Nylon Shell with Silicon DWR
Marmot Couloir 0F 800 Down Sleeping Bag - Regular Size Specifications
I own a Marmot Kestrel from the days when they were made in Boulder CO and it is amazingly still goin- these bags are great values and are well thought out-Layne
Does this bag come with a compression sack?
Stuff sack yes, compression sack, no, at least that's how it was two years ago. Also a big storage bag.
Whats the year of manufacture of these bags you have in stock?
I bought one of these in 2010, and it is by far the best bag I have ever owned. I have used it in single digit temps on winter outings, snow caving, and tent camping in snow, and never thought twice about the cold.
Curious why you are wondering about the year of manufacture? Do sleeping bags go bad? ;)