If you’ve ever been camping anywhere that gets a little bit chilly, you probably know the struggle of trying to stay warm around the campfire. You could don your favorite jacket, but it might not cover your legs. Blankets are good for covering your whole body, but – unless you wrap yourself up like a mummy – your backside is inevitably going to be exposed. And sleeping bags aren’t exactly easy to move around in. Well, Poler’s Napsack combines the benefits of all three and leaves out the drawbacks.
This 100% polyester wearable bag features a drawstring bottom closure that can be tightened for sleeping or to hike it up and make walking easier and a comfortable drawstring hood. It also features a zippered front for easy in and out, zippered shoulder holes through which you can extend your arms, an array of pockets, and comes in several different color combinations. It’s also rated to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and comes with an 18″ x 8″ “stuffsack” for storage. This clever campground garment costs just $136. [Purchase]