Slumberjack Forest 20F Sleeping Bag

Priced: $49.99 - $59.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Slumberjack Forest 20F Sleeping Bag -
If value is your game, look no further than the Slumberjack Forest 20 Degree Rectangular sleeping bag. Constructed with extra Slumberloft™ insulation for warmth, and durably constructed to last, the Forest 20 Degree is a great choice for your spring-thru-fall adventures. Great for campsites and cabins.


  • Polyester taffeta shell and lining.
  • Durable construction ensures stable insulation over time.


  • Slumberloft™ synthetic insulation.


  • Zip-together feature allows two same-size rectangular bags to be joined, making a double-wide bag for two.

Weather and Wind:

  • Draft tube along zipper keeps out cold air and prevents heat loss.


  • Regular right zip only.
  • Anti-snag zipper protection.


  • Stuff sack included.
Durable construction with a draft tube along the anti-snag zipper to keep cold air out and warm air in. High-loft, heat-trapping Slumberloft™ synthetic insulation. This bag can be used alone or zipped to a same-sized rectangular bag for two-person sleeping. Polyester taffeta shell and liner. Stuff sack included. Imported.
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Slumberjack Forest 20F Sleeping Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good investment

I say it good for the SPring Summer And Fall time because it keeps you warm on a night that mit be a little cool outside the tent but dont listen to the 1star rating because they dont know that they are talking about when it comes to being cold outside.
Codeman1217 at Cabelas on 09/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not for cool weather

We purchased two of these thinking the rating was on target. The rating seems a bit skewed toward people who are extremely hot-natured. These bags need to be rated for warmer temperatures. We used these in 38-40 degree cool temperatures but they did not keep us warm. We also had problems with the zipper's slider body in that it caught on the fabric. Needless to say, these will be returned for a better sleeping bag.
NUtahCampers at Cabelas on 07/28/2013