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Marmot Angel Fire 25°F Sleeping Bag - Women's
Features of the Marmot Angel Fire 25°F Sleeping Bag - Women's

  • Temperature Rating: 25°F / -4°C
  • Insulation Type: 600 Fill Goose Down
  • Fill Weight: 22 oz / 624 g
  • Bag Weight: 2lbs 15.63oz (1350g)
  • Main Material: 100% Nylon Ripstop AC 1.3 oz/yd
  • Main Material: 100% Nylon WR 1.4 oz/yd
  • Lining Material: 100% Polyester Dobby WR 2.2 oz/yd
  • Size on Hip: 58in/147.32cm
  • Size on Foot: 38in/96.52cm
  • Nautilus 6-Baffle Hood: 6 Chambers of Down Around Head for Better Down Control and Fit, Hood Cord is Positioned for Easy Access
  • Features


Angel Fire 25°F Sleeping Bag - Women's

Style 20910A

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Why would a woman need a sleeping bag that's designed just for women, you ask? The Marmot Angel Fire 25F Sleeping Bag speaks for itself. Its design is based on the fact that women are generally shaped differently than men and need more room in the hip area, and less in the shoulders. In other words, this bag packs the insulation in where it's needed most. Beyond the woman-specific shaping, the Angel Fire 25 F Sleeping Bag has all of Marmot's standard quality features, starting with 600 fill power goose down, which is plenty for warmth and cushy-soft bedding. The head area has a 6-chamber baffle for extra warmth and support. The foot area has a trapezoidal shape for more foot room plus a pocket for your heating packet. "Feelie" drawcords mean less fumbling around in the dark, and extra pockets give easy access to flashlights and other essentials. The Marmot Angel Fire is designed for three season use, withstanding temperatures to 25 F. It's perfect for mid-summer trips to the lake or camping with the family at a mountain resort. If desired, it could also be used in winter, provided you use an extra layer or two.