This is in like new condition and had been generously donated to help support the asca, it’s a bare bones nonprofit organization of dedicated climbers who replace unsafe anchors and reduce the visual and environmental impacts of climbing. You’ll be well-rested tomorrow. Loaded with premium, high-loft 800-fill down, the marmot couloir 0-degree down sleeping bag will keep you sleeping comfortably in your tent or bivy though a harsh winter storm. Thanks to a dwr-coated nylon shell, the couloir fights off that frost and condensation that go hand in hand with winter camping and mountaineering. Premium 800-fill goose down compresses well, rebounds nicely after repeated compression, and features a high warmth-to-weight ratio. Water-repellent, windproof, downproof nylon microfiber shell delivers lightweight performance without buckling under the pressure of alpine expeditions. Down-filled draft collar, full-length draft tube, and ground-level seams help prevent leaks and improve warmth retention. Stretch tricot baffles allow the bag to be stuffed and unstuffed without creating a tear in the baffle material. Nautilus 6 baffle hood surrounds your head with warmth; face muff allows you to cinch hood tight without irritating your face. Classic trapezoidal foot box gives your toes plenty of room to wiggle; heater-pocket in foot box lets you pack in some additional warmth. Stuff and storage sacks included. En comfort-rated at 12-degrees f for winter and shoulder-season warmth; lower limit rated at -2 degrees f for occasional use in colder winter conditions.