User Review: Slumberjack Super Guide +30°F
Temperature Rating: 30+
Weight: 2 pounds 6 ounces
Price Paid: $59
Okay so I have been camping/backpacking all over the state of New Mexico, through Montana, back East, and in Canada. Never has my Kelty let me down (Clear Creek rated for +20). I recently convinced my girlfriend to try camping so I gave her my Kelty and went out and picked up the Super Guide. Amazed by its size and knowing that I am one of those strange people that don't really get cold I picked it up amazed by the price.
I took it out this weekend and was thoroughly unimpressed. My girl was able to sleep were I shivered all night with longjohns, flannel bottoms, and jeans on my bottom and on my top I had a T-shirt, long john top, adn a hoddie plus a knit cap on my head. It was only 32 degrees and I was miserable. The only way I was able to sleep the second night is I got a lowtech old canvas and flanned bag to lay on.
Slumberjack Super Guide is uncomfortable to sleep in (lack of padding) and I could feel myself venting heat. An inferior product that I will never never use again. The Slumberjack is a product that I would not recommend and I feel ripped off that I paid for it. I would not give that sleeping bag away.