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Forest 20

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The newest 20-degree rectangular bag from Slumberjack is ready for your next front country adventure. Featuring a polyester taffeta shell and liner for superb comfort and durability, the Forest 20 is insulated with Slumberloft™ synthetic insulation for affordable, all-conditions warmth.  Fully-featured, this bag comes with anti-snag zipper protection and draft tube to prevent heat loss.


  • Fill Weight: 3 lbs 9 oz
  • Carry Weight: 4 lbs 14 oz
  • Packed Size: 10 x 18 in
  • Fits to: 6 ft
  • Size: 80 x 34 in 
  • Insulation: Slumberloft™ Synthetic Insulation
  • Shell Fabric: Polyester Taffeta
  • Liner Fabric: Polyester Taffeta


  • Anti-snag zipper protection
  • Draft tube along zipper keeps out cold air and prevents heat loss
  • Stuff sack included
  • Zip Together feature allows two same-size rectangular bags to be joined to make a double-wide
  • Durable construction ensures stable insulation over time
Gender: Unisex
Intended Use: Family Camping
Bag Shape: Rectangular
Temperature Rating: 20 Degree
Insulation: Synthetic
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    1. Customer Review

      I just bought this bag two days ago. I'm indigent and sleep outdoors. Upon opening the bag I found that there is a hole,(design defect), where the zipper starts at the base of the bag. The hole is about two inches across, and I could fit my enitre finger in it, if not two fingers. My feet were chilled throughout the night; it was totally dismaying. How could the designer miss this particular feature? The product description boasts that the bag has a draft tube that keeps out cold air and prevents heat loss! The designer and manufacturer must have had some sort of error communication-wise. What is the bag for, a liner to a different bag that is more costly? What a swindle! -C. Miller on Dec 12th 2013