Marmot Xenon

Retailers' Descriptions

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While we love our clothes in a yoga pose, we know they are capable of a lot more. Our Serenity Pants have been climbing, carousing, and stretching since day one. The 89% organic cotton/11% spandex knit stretches yet holds its shape. The wide waistband is comfortable under a harness but can be folded over and worn at the hips. In three inseams: short, 30"; regular, 32"; long, 34". Fair Trade Certified(TM) sewing.

- Patagonia.com

Ideal for lightweight mountaineering and backpacking, the Marmot Xenon down sleeping bag boasts bountiful warmth with its water-resistant, 800-fill goose down insulation and women's specific fit.

- REI

Made with a light and compressible design, this women's specific bag boasts bountiful warmth with its 800-fill-power goose down. Ideal for lightweight mountaineering and backpacking, generous features on the Marmot Xenon include a new fold-down second zipper, wrap-around footbox and a curved baffle construction to reduce shifting down.

- Mountain Gear

These organic cotton/spandex pants move with you through poses, workouts or climbs; inseam (size M) is 34". Some say you can't climb in yoga clothes. Well, the Serenity Pants were at the crags long before they were at the studio. Conceived on the shores of Tenaya Lake by our original gang of climbing ambassadors, Serenity Pants have endured a decade of Tuolumne granite, Wingate sandstone and Smith Rock welded tuff. The organic cotton/spandex knit stretches yet holds its shape. The versatile, wide waistband is comfortable under a harness but can be folded over and worn at the hips. In three inseams: short, 30"; regular, 32"; long, 34". Soft organic cotton provides comfort and breathability; spandex provides mobility Waistband rolls up or down Gusset for mobility 34" inseam (size M) 9.4-oz 89% organic cotton/11% spandex knit 388 g (13.7 oz)

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Everybody knows that xenon gas is being used as the propellant for ion thrusters in spaceships, but few people are aware that it's also used as the insulator in Marmot's 15-Degree Down Women's Xenon Sleeping Bag. What's that, science master' Fine, it isn't actually, but the 850-fill goose down that Marmot chose is a way better insulator anyway. Plus, when you combine with a DWR-coated Pertex Microlight shell, the whole bag weighs a lightweight 2lbs 9oz, so it won't sit like a boulder in your backpackmaking it perfect for all spring, fall, and moderate winter trips. The insulation itself is treated with Down Defender, a water-repellent coating that helps it maintain its loft and warmth, even if it does get a little bit wet; there's actually extra down packed into key areas, making sure you don't have to deal with cold spots. There are strategically-placed stretchy baffles as well, which move with you to keep you comfortable while you're dreaming and, since drafts have ruined many an otherwise cozy night, the Xenon has an insulated draft tube, collar, and face muff to keep all the cold air out and the warm air in.

- Backcountry.com