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Traillight 2P

rated 4 of 5 stars A desent solo tent for the summer sub-alpine I bought this as a solo summer mountain tent and am happy with what I have. It is perfect for one person. If two men are sharing this tent then they are probably sharing more than a tent. I have not had it in any summer snow conditions (YET), but if you're able to tie it down it should handle a couple of inches, which makes the 5 lb total travel weight reasonable.  I've had it for a few years on 6 or 7 backcountry trips. Everything has held up well… Full review

PreCip Jacket

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight, cost effective rain shell. I picked up the Marmot Precip because I needed a lightweight and packable waterproof shell that wouldn't break the bank. I use it for everything from around town when it's raining, summer backpack trips in the High Sierra and Cascades, AND climbing trips. I knew from previous reviews that the jacket was not the most breathable, however the pit zips allow me to regulate my temperature during exertion. If I pay attention to my level of exertion and open the… Full review

Trestles 15

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The bag is super warm, even on Mt. Whitney, and adequately warm when using in just a hammock. It is very bulky and does not compress as well as most other bags, but for a synthetic bag at a great price you can't complain too much. It kept me warm and dry and that's what is important. I wouldn't recommend it for long backpacking trips as it is much too bulky, but winter camping would be perfect. I used this bag on a week-long trip to Mt. Whitney and the bag was super warm sleeping in tents at 13,000+… Full review

Eiger 42

rated 4 of 5 stars Very solid. Backpacks' weights claimed and real: Berghaus Arete 3: 1110g vs 1140g The North Face Prophet 40: 1290 vs 1360 Marmot Eiger 42: 1220 vs 1470 Berghaus Expedition 40: 1290 vs 1330 Looks very solid and durable, good stitches. Full review

Limelight 2P

rated 4 of 5 stars Decent solo mountain tent for the sub-alpine. I bought this as a solo summer mountain tent and am happy with what I have. It is perfect for one person. If two men are sharing this tent then they are probably sharing more than a tent. I have not had it in any summer snow conditions (YET), but if you're able to tie it down it should handle a couple of inches, which makes the 5 lb total travel weight reasonable.  I've had it for a few years on 6 or 7 backcountry trips. Everything has held up well… Full review

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Marmot Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Trailspace Top Ten: Your Best Outdoor Gear
For Trailspace's Best Outdoor Gear List, we turned to you, our community members. We've compiled one ultimate gear list from your 24,000 reviews, featuring your best shelter, sleeping bag, stove, water treatment, multi-tool, light, navigation, trekking poles, backpack, and food and drink. Read more
December 5, 2012

Outdoor Retailer: Fashion Worthy meets Outdoor Styling
There's plenty of technical outdoor apparel that's also stylish and can do double duty from trail to town. That's not what this photo blog is about though. It's a peek at a few of the outdoor-inspired fashionable duds I saw, and occasionally fondled, at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in January. These pieces are for when you just want to look and feel outdoorsy. Read more
February 4, 2011

High Fashion: Yama Girls Bring Style to the Mountains
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December 6, 2010

Outdoor Retailer: Marmot MemBrain Strata
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August 10, 2008

Marmot Exum wins "Best of Adventure Gear" Award
Marmot’s Exum Jacket has been awarded the 2008 “Best of Adventure Gear” by the editors of National Geographic Adventure Magazine. Read more
December 3, 2007

Outdoor Retailer: Recycled Sleeping Bags
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August 22, 2007

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