Closeouts. Slumberjack's Big Timber 20°F sleeping bag takes on rugged, cold camping spots with a heavy-duty cotton duck shell, soft, warm cotton flannel lining and two-layer construction that eliminates cold spots.
Reviewed by Don Diminishing Mel from SoCal on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
I normally don't like to sleep in a bag but prefer to lay on my car camping mattress and sleep under a down comforter with my wife. This past winter I discovered how nice it is to sleep on a cot under the stars, with no tent. I've had a -10* Slumberjack bag for over 20 years and use it for cold nights, or over our air mattress. I bought this 20* bag for warmer weather.
Slumberjack bags are heavy but extremely durable. The canvas top and flannel lining are the ticket! Well worth the extra cost.