Slumberjack Timberjack 0 Degree Rectangular Sleeping Bag

Priced: $79.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Slumberjack Timberjack 0 Degree Rectangular Sleeping Bag -
The robust Slumberjack Timberjack series of sleeping bags are feature rich, and are designed for maximum comfort and warmth. Take the Slumberjack Timberjack 0 Degree Rectangular Bag along, for those frigid nights in camp. With a soft-touch lining and pillow pocket, you're assured a cozy night's sleep, and the amazing value will assure you pleasant dreams.


  • Two-layer offset quilt construction and differential cut prevents cold spots.
  • Polyester ripstop shell, soft-touch polyester lining.


  • 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.


  • Integrated pillow pocket, stuffs into its own storage pocket when not in use.


  • Stuff sack included.
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Slumberjack Timberjack 0 Degree Rectangular Sleeping Bag Review:


Immensely pleased!

We had gotten tired of freezing on cold nights in the winter desert so I found this bag and we decided to give two a try. We have had zip together sleeping bags since we married 41 years ago so I was glad to find 0 degree bags that go together. These zip together easily and we are thrilled with them. We tested them at 15 degrees this last week in New Mexico and were toasty but not too hot. I would highly recommend this bag, the fabric is very comfortable on the skin. We like sleeping out under the stars even on cold nights and these bags are perfect for that. They might be too heavy to backpack easily but sleeping cold is miserable and I may still consider trying.
Bat Lady at Campmor on 05/05/2013