Marmot - Plasma 15
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Regular: 1 lb 15.96 oz (906 g)
Long: 2 lbs 2 oz (963 g)
|Gender||Men's & Unisex|
|Temp Rating º F||15°F|
|Temp Rating º C||-9°C|
|EN Lower Limit (Men's Rating)||17.6°F / -8.0°C|
|EN Comfort (Women's Rating)||28.6°F / -1.9°C|
|Seasonal Usage||Three Season|
|Insulation||875+ Fill Power Goose Down|
|Fill Weight||Reg: 19.41 oz (550 g) / Long: 20.4 oz (577 g)|
|Bag Shell Material||Pertex Quantum® 100% Nylon 10d Micro Ripstop DWR 0.8 oz. / yd|
|Bag Lining Material||Pertex Quantum® 100 % Nylon 10d Micro Ripstop DWR 0.8 oz. / yd|
|Bag Length||Reg: fits users up to 6 ft / Long: fits users up to 6 ft 6 in|
|Bag Loft||5.5 in.|
|Circumference at Chest||Reg: 60 in / Long: 62 in|
|Circumference at Hips||Reg: 58 in / Long: 60 in|
|Circumference at Foot||Reg: 43 in / Long: 46 in|
|Other Features||• Certified 875+ Fill Power Goose Down
• Down Defender to improve water-resistance in wet conditions
• EN Tested
• Insotect Flow™ Vertical baffle system reduces weight and transfers of heat from the core of your body to your extremities
• Designed to increase thermal value without adding weight
• Ultralight and durable 10 denier Pertex Quantum® fabric
• Wrap around foot box construction incorporates flow design with Marmot's classic trapezoid shape
• Full length zipper
• Insulated draft tube
• Hood drawcord
• Insulated collar with easy access cord
• Velcro®-free face muff
• Two way zipper sliders
• Two hang loops
• Zipper garage
- The best!
Loved this bag. Purchased it 9 months back and have used it for weeks in the backcountry. Took tons of research to fork out the money, but it was well worth it. Lightest most compactable bag on the market!
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question.
If your principal concern is keeping the bag dry in wet conditions, I would highly recommend going with a synthetic insulted bag, rather than down. While "dry" down treatments do exist, they constitute a light water resistant coating on the down feathers, rather than waterproof down.
There are certainly some advantages to getting a synthetic bag rather than down. While down is generally lighter and packs smaller, lightweight synthetic options exist that come close to equaling the weight and packability of down. Synthetic bags are far cheaper, will keep you warm even when wet, and are generally more durable and last longer than down bags. So for your situation, where you are looking for a bag to hold up to heavy use and abuse, particularly in wet environments, it seems a synthetic insulation may be your only viable option.
Below I have listed links to a few of my recommendations for lightweight 3-season synthetic bags:
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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