Slumberjack Big Timber 20° - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Rugged, dependable and comfortable, the Slumberjack Women's Big Timber 20 Degree Sleeping Bag guarantees a good night's sleep so you wake up ready for a full day of activity. With tough outer fabric and soft a soft flannel liner, this oversized sleeping bag will keep you toasty warm and comfortable no matter how deep into the woods you wander. With compression straps for portability, the Slumberjack Big Timber 20 Degree Sleeping Bag for women is ready for adventure.

- Altrec Outdoors

Camping from late spring to early fall, you'll enjoy sound sleep and luxurious comfort in the Slumberjack Big Timber +20degF women's regular-length sleeping bag. Soft cotton flannel lining combines with a highly durable polyester shell and warm polyester fiber insulation to deliver comfort and warmth. Poly fill insulation continues to insulate even when damp; quilted liner holds insulation in place to eliminate cold spots, and minimal stitching on shell enhances durability. Slumberjack Big Timber +20 sleeping bag has an antisnag zipper and features 3 compression straps for easy transport and storage; stuff sack not included. Zip 2 of the same-size rectangular sleeping bags together to create a double-wide bag (second bag sold separately). Closeout.


Slumberjack Women's Big Timber 20°


The Slumberjack Women's Big Timber 20° is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 7, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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