Kammok Thylacine Customizable Sleeping Bag

Jan 22, 2014

Category: Gear

One of the beefs people often have with camping — aside from the lack of Wi-Fi, plethora of bugs, and over reliance on canned beans — is the whole sleeping bag thing. They’re too hot, they’re too cold, they’re too heavy, they’re uncomfortable—you get the gist. But Kammok’s new Thylacine sleeping bag aims to slay those fundamental flaws, promising a bag that’s as flexible as it is fun to pass out in.

With its patent-pending Variable Warmth Technology, the Thylacine (named after an extinct marsupial) lets its user dictate the coverage. Just pick your shell type, then choose the removable insulation you want. So whether it’s Bismarck in January or Biz Markie’s basement in July, you’ll have just the right temperature to facilitate your Zs. [Purchase]

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