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Sleep Better With Marmot CWM Sleeping Bags

By Amy Graham

Sleeping in the open is very enticing. All one need is a cozy bed, blankets, bed sheets and a pillow. But while going camping, lugging all of them is a nightmare. But this is easily solved with a sleeping bag. Sleeping bag resembles a zipped up bed. It provides insulation, comfort and the warmth. The main attraction is that this is something that anyone can take along while traveling. It prevents the chill from creeping in. It protects from the wind. It protects the user from the outside. It is easily transportable along with your backpack. Sleeping bags are made of insulating materials such as synthetic fill such as PrimaLoft, or down, cotton or wool. Campers usually prefer the synthetic or down sleeping bag. The insulation is good and water absorption is minimal. It can be folded. The down fill bag can be compressed and retain heat better, but synthetic bags are cheaper.

Sleeping bags are of two shapes, namely the rectangular shaped ones and the mummy shaped ones. The rectangular shaped sleeping bag looks like a zipped up folded blanket. This are easily foldable and are tied tight using the straps or the cords. The mummy bags are shaped to look typically like a mummy with the head end broader slowly tapering as it goes to the leg end and closing fully. It retains the heat better than the rectangular shaped bags but it is cannot be folded but instead rolled yup and tied tight with cords or straps.

There are a number of reputed firms that produces and sells sleeping bags. Marmot, a firm that sells sleeping bags, also manufactures Marmot tents, backpacks and clothing. It manufactures both Synthetic Bags and Down Sleeping Bags as well. The synthetic sleeping bags of Marmot includes Marmot EcoPro 30 sleeping bag, Marmot Pounder sleeping bag, Marmot EcoPro 40 sleeping bag, Marmot Trestles 15 sleeping bag and Marmot Trestles 30 sleeping bag. The down sleeping Bags consists of Marmot CWM sleeping bag, Marmot Helium EQ sleeping bag, Marmot Never Winter sleeping bag, Marmot Col EQ sleeping bag, Marmot Synthetic Yurt sleeping bag, Marmot Down Yurt sleeping bag, Marmot Atom sleeping bag, Marmot Lithium sleeping bag an Marmot Arroyo sleeping bag, besides others.

A number of factors are important to decide what sleeping bag to buy. The budget is a key factor. Though most sleeping bags are good enough for hot and cold weather, they may not be the right ones in extreme cold and hot weather. One way to adjust to this is to keep it open when too hot and zip it up fully when too cold. If it is wet, then the synthetic bag is better than the down bag. In dry weather, the down bag is better.

Never go camping if you don’t have Marmot manufactured sleeping bags with you. They are the greatest and you’ll never regret buying it.

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Graham, Amy "Sleep Better With Marmot CWM Sleeping Bags." Sleep Better With Marmot CWM Sleeping Bags. 9 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 26 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/recreation-and-sports/camping/sleep-better-with-marmot-cwm-sleeping-bags/>.

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