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Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag - Women's

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Marmot Angel Fire Sleeping Bag - Women's

Updated and better than ever, this warm 3-season sleeping bag from Marmot is a comfortable addition to your next camp trip. The Angel Fire Sleeping Bag is made out of a durable nylon ripstop with certified 650 fill power down that's been updated with Down Defender for increased moisture protection, and features a roomy anatomical wrap-around footbox.


Baffles: Stretch tricot
Bag Weight: 2 lbs 8.9 oz / 1160 g
Foot Box: Anatomical wrap-around footbox increases insulation and room for your feet
Hood: Nautilus multi-baffle hood
Insulation Type: Certified 650 fill power down with Down Defender
Lining Material: 100% nylon plain weave
Main Material: 100% nylon mini ripstop
Pockets: Internal stash and heater pocket in footbox
Seams: Ground level side seams
Temperature Rating: 25°F / -4°C
Zipper: Fold-down second zipper provides added ventilation and easy access, main zipper anti-snap slider / Full length locking YKK two way zipper with draft tube to reduce heat loss




Down is a warm layer of fine feathers that grow underneath the tougher feathers on duck and geese. These soft feathers are nature’s way of making sure that the duck stays warm by trapping air in, and reducing heat loss to create a barrier against the cold. This same process is what happens in your down sleeping bag.

Down is by far the warmest insulator on the market and comes in a wide variety of qualities and prices. It’s also a favorite of mountaineers and backpackers because of its lightweight construction and awesome compression. When looking at sleeping bag options you’ve probably noticed that each one has its own fill rating ranging from 450 – 900 fill. These fill numbers measure how many cubic inches one ounce of down can fill. The higher the fill number, the better the quality of the down in your bag. An 850-fill down sleeping bag will have more loft and be lighter weight than the same bag would with a lower fill down.
Despite the fact that down is warmer, lighter and easier to compress than other types of sleeping bags, you do need to be careful around water. Down doesn’t work well when it gets wet. The feathers lose their loft and warmth capabilities once they get wet which makes your sleeping bag way less effective. The only way around this problem is by going with a synthetic insulation or looking into Hydrophobic down. Hydrophobic down is down that’s been treated with a water resistant coating to keep your insulation working in a wider variety of conditions. Many sleeping bags have some sort of water resistant application applied to them now, and while it still doesn’t help if you get trapped in a down pour, some tests have shown that hydrophobic down might dry faster than untreated down.
More and more companies use traceable or certified down in their jackets and sleeping bags. If you care about animal welfare and want to know if your outdoor gear was made humanely, this is a big thing to watch for. If a product uses traceable or certified down, it means that the feathers can be traced back to a duck or goose that was used for food and not live plucked. Many companies like Patagonia, Marmot, The North Face and Arc’teryx make sure that the geese and ducks they use are treated humanely and aren’t live plucked or force fed.
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