3.5 out of 4
Should be rated for warmer temps
September 24, 2012
I used this for the first time in Northern MN. 34 degrees overnight, solo tent, Exped insulated mat. full base layer with fleece hat. I froze. I'm not sure if Slumberjack is EN rated or not but this definitely should be rated at a 35-40 bag. I suppose if i wore much warmer clothes i would have been fine. The rating on a sleeping bag should be... An adult male wearing socks and base layer with a hat should stay comfortable down to the temp rated. Women rate differently. Anyway, on to the other things. The price is definitely right. Zipper tends to snag on the fabric and they're a little chincy. not bombproof YKK. No stash pocket. packs small in compression sack (included). I went with Slumberjack because i have a 20 year old Everest Elite that has been awesome. I like the foot vent idea. i was definitely dry. this is a good backpacking bag just not for real cold nights. packs small and is light. I would recommend for price, weight, size. Tie some cord to zippers to give you a better pullPros: Great value, foot vent, very light, packs small, Cons: should be rated for higher temp, zippers are small and snag, no stash pocket
Can't Wait to Try it
August 10, 2012
Just got it in the mail this week and I can't wait to use it next week camping. I unrolled it in my living room to try it out and I instantly got warm. I have no doubt about its warmth because my cat also loved it.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size reg and size long: reg, long.