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I’m going on a short backpacking camping trip next week for 5 days merely west of Denver. This will be my first backpacking journey and the only sleeping bag I have is a large, down purse that weighs a ton, so I’m in the market for a better one.
I’m male, 6′ 1″, wide-shouldered, average construct. Where we’re headed is at 11,000 ft and the low temps at night get to about 40 degrees which I think entails I’m aiming for a 30 -3 5 degree pouch. I sleep hot in bed at home, often uncovering my legs or feet from under the coverings. I was looking at the following containers and decided on the Marmot Quark 30. There aren’t many reviews out there on the bag, so I was wondering could someone more experienced could please look at the container and tell me if there are any cautioning flags with the purse? It sits in the perfect place in my budget and the weight and sizing of the pouch seem perfect for backpacking.
$270 Marmot Quark 30