The Bottom Line
This is a great set of sleeping bags that zip together so couples can sleep next to each other while camping. They are too heavy and bulky to use for backpacking, but they are ideal for car camping. They are roomy, and the flannel lining is very comfortable. The taffeta shell is durable and easy to clean. Rated at 40°, these bags will work from spring to fall. They use Slumberloft HQ polyester fiberfill insulation, which provides efficient heat retention. Cost: $79.99
- roomy and comfortable
- a perfect bag for couples
- flip the bags for different temperatures
- quality materials throughout
- Temperature Ratings: Bonnie 40° - Clyde 30°
- Combined Weight: 10 lbs. 14 oz.
- Insulation: Slumberloft HQ polyester fiberfill
- Inner Shell: 100% yarn dyed cotton flannel
- Outer Shell: Polyester taffeta
- Quilt through construction
- Weather seal draft tube
- Attached pillow on each bag
- Cost: $79.99
Guide Review - Slumberjack Bonnie and Clyde Double Sleeping Bag
I was looking for a double sleeping bag for my wife and I to use for car camping. I found the Slumberjack Bonnie and Clyde at Campmor for $79.99. Most sleeping bags will zip together with like sleeping bags, but the Bonnie and Clyde offered a few features that caught my eye. First, the two bags have different temperature ratings of 30° and 40°. This makes them more versatile because they can be flipped for different temperature conditions. Second, I like the feel of flannel much better than that of nylon. Third, these bags came with pillows.
As I suggest to my readers, I tried the bags out first on my family room floor. My wife and I both slept comfortably, and we had plenty of leg and elbow room. We did not zip the bags up and we put the Bonnie on top, so even though we slept inside where it was 65 degrees, we did not get hot during the night. After a good night's sleep at home, I'm looking forward to using these sleeping bags at the campground.