Slumberjack Latitude Sleeping Bags

Priced: $94.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Lightweight and versatile, these bags feature two-layer, offset construction and differential cuts for cold-spot prevention. Draft tube along anti-snag zipper keeps cold air out. Heat-trapping draft collar protects neck and shoulders. Flip-over hood gives you the option of a flat or contoured hood. Trapezoidal footbox offers extra foot space for a comfortable night’s sleep. Tear-resistant, polyester diamond ripstop shell with polyester taffeta liner. Included stuff sack. Imported.
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Slumberjack Latitude Sleeping Bags Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best bag

I have made several canoe trip to BWCA over the last 12 years. Last year I bought new sleeping bags since my daughter with. Went in this year and never slept better. The bags were nice and warm. We had the bags rated at 0 degrees as in May it is cold. High temps in the 40's with lows in the 20's. No problem sleeping and being warm. Also took these bags to the cabin to deer hunt this fall and again stayed warm sleeping at night. I will be buying a couple more.
outside365 at Cabelas on 01/10/2014

No Issues

Sleeping bag was comfortable. I'm 6'1", 230lbs, and i had no issues with this bag. I would recommend for the price point. Used it 2 nights this past weekend, the low temps were low 40s to high 30s. This bag kept me warm and at times a little hot. So i expect it to keep me warm even at lower temps.
Tim23 at Cabelas on 08/27/2013

Negative Reviews:


I purchased the 0 degree bag for a overnight camping trip that I was leaving for that evening. As the sleeping bag was being zipped up the first time the zipper came apart. The next morning I attempted to fix the problem as I zipped the bag up that night it seemed to work fine untill I moved in the sleeping bag. As I moved the zipper came undone. I returned the bag to my local retail store and got another brand of sleeping bag. In addition to the zipper problem the stuff sack that comes with the bag is very poor. After putting the bag back in the sack the first time the bottom edges of the the sack came loose. I would not purchase one of these sleeping bags ever again.
TheTotalOutdoorsman at Cabelas on 10/13/2013

Bag is nice, zipper is poor

Bought the bag for a trip to Yellowstone. Bag was warm enough for mid-20's. However, the zipper would get stuck every time I tried to zip up the bag from the inside. Tried the bag again last week and experienced the same problem. Time to get rid of this one.
JohnSanJose at Cabelas on 11/11/2013