Latitude -20

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For outstanding warmth on your next cold-weather adventure, the Latitude -20⁰F mummy bag delivers. With off-set construction to prevent cold spots and zipper draft tube to prevent heat loss, this bag is designed keep you warm when temperatures drop. An ergonomic foot box adds comfort and helps keep feet warm.


Size Regular:
  • Carry Weight: 6 lbs 4 oz
  • Packed Size: 12 x 17 in
  • Fits to: 6 ft
  • Shoulder Girth: 64 in

Size Long:

  • Carry Weight: 6 lbs 12 oz
  • Packed Size: 13 x 18 in
  • Fits to: 6 ft 6 in
  • Shoulder Girth: 68 in

  • Insulation: Slumberloft Synthetic Insulation
  • Shell Fabric: Polyester Taffeta
  • Liner Fabric: Polyester Taffeta


  • Two-layer, off-set construction and differential cut prevents cold spots
  • Flip over hood allows user to flip the hood inside out for the option of a flat or contoured hood
  • Draft collar prevents heat loss from neck and shoulder area
  • Anti-snag zipper protection
  • Draft tube along zipper keeps out cold air and prevents head loss
  • Trapezoidal footbox provides space so feet remain in a natural position for increased comfort
  • Stuff sack included

Overall Customer Rating

3.250 Stars

(Based on 4 reviews)

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  • 2 0 1423353600000
    cedric February 8, 2015 Yes No 0 found this review helpful

    I used this bag snow cave camping 2 years ago. I stayed relatively warm. Snow cave temps stay ~30 inside. I used this bag in my spike camp in 4th elk season, near Kremling CO. The temps were in the -20s at night. I had all of my cold weather gear on, and was on top of an insulated sleeping mat. I was very cold. Not shivering. My cold weather gear consists of synthetic base + wool pants + wool mid layer + down parka. The zipper snags A LOT. I am 5'8" and I wear a size 48 jacket. I felt very cramped in this bag. Its heavy. I do not recommend if your life depends on it. Price is good - but its not a -20 degree bag.

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    Paul December 11, 2012 Yes No 1 found this review helpful

    This bag is not suitable for temperatures below 20 farenheit. For it to be even an acceptable zero degree bag, there would have to be at least 4" more loft to it. As it is, the loft over the chest area is about 2". The hood and foot area seem to have relatively more loft. The other thing necessary to give this bag an honest rating of zero degrees, let alone -20, would be a double, zip-down draft tube, like the kind offered by Slumberjack in the late 1980's, when their bags were designed and manufactured in the good ol' U.S.A. The present draft tube is not stuffed adequately and is not a large-enough diameter. The zipper snags constantly on the cheesy bag surface protector strip. In many places on the bag, one can see threads that have unraveled, as well as loose stitching. With the help of a space blanket safety-pinned around it and a wool, full-length army coat overall, I was okay on a couple of 20 degree nights. Slumberloft was obsolete by 1990. Don't trust your life to this bag. You get what you pay for. Chinese equipment is the pits. Go Wiggy's.

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    Soyol-Erdene October 8, 2012 Yes No 1 found this review helpful

    Hi I'm from Mongolia. Mongolia climate is very harsh and cold. In winter time -50C. i am using Latitude -20 sleeping bag. When i have my last vacation temperature in the tent was a around -10C it was warm like as sleeping at home. I guess if i using thin blanket under sleeping bag, i can use -20C.

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    Aaron January 24, 2012 Yes No 2 found this review helpful

    My son used this bag on his first winter Boy Scout winter campout. It was 20-25 below zero in Wasilla Alaska. He used it with a fleece liner and stayed very warm. He slpt in an open trench with only his sleeping bag and a sleeping pad. I was convinced enough to buy the long version for the Freezoree in February.