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Zambezie Jumbo Hooded Sleeping Bag (-6°)

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Offering more comfort than the Jardine, but not quite as warm as the Samurai, the Zambezie Jumbo Hooded Sleeping Bag is the most popular choice in the Black Wolf range.
A soft flannel lining, contoured hood, and 300gsm of fill provides warm comfort on chilly nights, while full length zips enable the bag to be opened up if the temperature is mild.
Decked out with all the features you would want in a sleeping bag including draft flaps, anti-snag zips and an internal security pocket, the Zambezie jumbo hooded still includes a pillow slip and comes in four colour choices despite the value for money price tag.

  • -6°C Temperature rating.
  • Anti bite zipper guard.
  • Draft collar.
  • Draft flap over zip.
  • Countoured hood with pillow slip.
  • Internal security pocket.
  • Machine washable.
  • Includes compression bag.
Snowys Code:
42170-P
Supplier Code:
3857301541003
Comfort Temp. Rating:
-6 °C
Shape:
Square
Max. User Height:
210 cm
Internal Girth:
170 cm
External Dimensions:
230L x 90W cm
Packed Dimensions:
42L x 23W x 23H cm
Material:
Polyester
Lining:
Cotton Flannel
Fill Material:
Powerloft 4®
Fill Weight:
2 x 150gsm
Zipper:
Double #5 Autolock Anti Snag
Weight:
2 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime
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Jul 03 2016

Excellent value.

A great quality product and seems to work really well for me, although I haven’t used it in snow or under zero degrees yet. The full zip also makes it handy to be able to be used as a blanket.

- Kiama (NSW)
Jul 31 2015

Great value for money

Nice sleeping bag. Used it camping in the snow. Tent collapsed under the weight of snow but sleeping bag worked great!

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Jul 17 2015

Great bag at the price

A warm and comfy bag. One can move around in it without being cramped in like a mummy. fantastic.

- Sidmouth Tasmania
Jun 22 2015

Great Sleeping Bag

Really soft, heaps warm, well worth the money,

- KENTHURST, NSW
May 20 2015

Cold night Camping at 4 degrees :(

I recently purchased this sleeping bag and was disappointed. For such a well known and respected brand I was cold at 4degrees! (not -4 it was +4 degrees). It was comfortable and the zips worked well with no snagging.

- Greenwith SA
Response from Snowys May 20 2015

Hi Michelle, we too are disappointed to hear that your sleeping bag is not living up to your expectations. There are a number of considerations for sleeping warm whilst camping. Being a female I would expect that you may feel the cold before the rated temperature, plus the type of mattress, clothes you wear, and your metabolism should be considered. We are confident in the performance of these sleeping bags, so please give us a call, we would like to help you sleep warm on your next trip. Ben.

Black wolf samurai and zambezie1 answers

Hi, Can the samurai and zambezie zip together if we have 1 left samurai zipper and 1 right zambezie zipper. Thanks

- Parramatta (1 month ago)

G'day Karen,

I've just confirmed with the display models that you can zip a Zambezie and Samurai sleeping bag together as long as one is a right, and the other is a left.

The Zambezie, Jardin and Samurai are all the same size and have the same zips (their differences are the amount of filling) so they can be zipped together interchangeably. 

- Snowys(1 month ago)

comparison between Black Wolf Samurai & Zambeezie1 answers

Most of my sleeping bag use is in tents, shearing huts & my Kamp Rite Cot I do camp all year round - can't make up my mind between the Black wolf .Samurai, B/wolf Zambezie jumbo hooded and even the Roman Big man - what do you think. Compression storage is important

- CARINGBAH, NSW(5 months ago)
Any of these would be suitable Gene, but I'll try and make a few points that may help with your decision. The Roman Big Man Hooded is the bulkiest when packed, the Zambezie the smallest (by only a few cm under the Samurai). I think that for all-year-round camping, the Samurai with a -10°C rating would be the best choice. It can be used as a doonah during summer, and will keep you warm in the depths of winter. If compression size (of which the Roman Big man is about 15% bigger) was not a consideration, I would recommend the Roman. It's temperature rating is generous and it has a spacious cut. I hope this helps.
- Snowys(5 months ago)

Does this have a zip on the side and another on the end?1 answers

Can it open out to a quilt?

- BELL POST HILL, VIC(5 months ago)
Hi Elizabeth, this sleeping bag does have two zippers, one down the side and one across the bottom. You can open it up fully to use it as a quilt.
- Snowys(5 months ago)

Will A Black Wolf Self Inflating Deluxe Pillow fit into the pillow slip?1 answers

- Wanneroo/Perth(8 months ago)
Certainly doers Brent, I tested it this morning for you. It's a snug fit, I found it easiest to insert the pillow partially deflated, position it then let it inflate in the sleeve.
- Snowys(8 months ago)

Can these be zipped together to make a double?1 answers

Can these bags be zipped together to make 1 big bag?

- Edithvale (9 months ago)
Sure can Dave, provided you get a left and right zip combination. As a general rule, if two bags are ordered we always send this combination, but don't hesitate to call and confirm if/when you place an order as there is no function to specify this on the website (yet!).
- Snowys(9 months ago)

Are the hoods removable?1 answers

- Armidale(1 year ago)
The hoods are fixed on these Becky. The only sleeping bag we have with a removable hood is the Black Wolf Tuff All Season, but this is quite a different bag to the Zambezie in that is is warmer, bulkier and heavier.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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