Slumberjack Sleeping Bags

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Slumberjack Sleeping Bags
Price: $49.99 - 149.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, Jun 13 to Wednesday, Jun 14) + transit
Condition: New


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I bought the Lapland 20 and Lapland 0 bags on a previous Woot!, and I am very happy with them. The dual zipper arrangement works perfectly for hammock camping, as I can easily get the bag situated beneath me before zipping it up. Having synthetic insulation underneath with down just on the top is a very intelligent design, as the bottom insulation gets more moisture from perspiration, and even though the down in these bags has some sort of waterproofing on it, damp synthetic insulation retains its insulating value far better than damp down. Also, these bags each come with an oversized mesh storage stuff sack, allowing them to be stored uncompressed and breathable, which is my preferred method between campouts, as well as a compression stuff sack for backpacking. Overall, these are excellent bags at these prices. I am considering getting the Lapland 40 this time around but I already have an EMS bag for those temps (it has a side zipper only, though).

I know, I sound like a shill for Slumberjack or Woot!, but I am just really impressed with the Lapland bags. Smart design and these prices are decent.

Check closely, several can be had cheaper on Groupon after shipping.

[MOD: I don’t see any cheaper]

I don’t see much difference in the two models. Any info on why the soujourn is more expensive than the lapland? Not sure which I should get. TIA.

The Sojourn is all down insulation; the Lapland has a down/synthetic mix on the ground-facing side. It’s in the description.

REI has some good info on sleeping bags, insulation, ratings, etc. on their site. It’s good to know what you are getting, as well as what you need :slight_smile:

REI: How to Choose the Best Sleeping Bag

One quick example; 550 fill power duck (not goose) down, is the lowest end of the down insulation family. It’s cheap, but heavy and less compressible. Makes for great car-camping bags, but less good for UL backpackers/thru-hikers. And full-synthetic bags may be had much cheaper than down or down hybrids, and work just as well for that type of camping.

That said, the whitewater rafting company I worked for back in the 1990s used Slumberjack bags for all the customer trip loaners. They stood up to years of commercial use and weekly laundromat trips without many issues at all. And I never heard any complaints about them from the customers.

The 0 degree is $82.99 on Groupon with Free shipping and $79.99+$5 on Woot. These are pretty good bags and worth it.

Well, drat. We can’t have that. We are able to lower our price on the 0 degree Regular to $74.99. Buy ALL the sleeping bags!

If you already ordered, that money will hop back into your pockets soonish.

Similarly, the -20° Long bag is $129, rather than the $149 that’s showing on here.

“Oh I’m a Slumberjack and I’m okay.
I sleep all night and I work all day…,”

We have that Lapland bag for $89.99.