Selk’Bag Sleeping Bag System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Gaining inspiration from the nomadic people of Chile known as Selk’nam, this awesome Selk’bag Sleepwear System is the perfect piece of equipment for your next outdoor adventure.

Essentially a full body sleeping bag, this suit has been tested in temperatures as low as 45 degrees Fahrenheit helping to keep you warm during that upcoming camping trip. Sleeping bags are great, but no one wants to remove themselves from the warm blankets to heat up a cup of coffee or cook some breakfast. The velcro sealed portals located on each arm allow easy entrance and exit for your arms while the reinforced nylon soles on the bottom of the feet ensure you won’t destroy the soles of your Selk’bag. Pick yours up now from Amazon.

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