ZenBivy Modular Sleeping Bag System

Apr 4, 2017

Category: Gear

For many diehards, a little bit of cold weather doesn’t prevent a planned camping trip from coming to fruition. These individuals are prepared for the worst, always at the ready with necessary means to keep warm in the wild. However, one such item – the mummy bag- can be a bit claustrophobic and uncomfortable when the time comes to lay the head down at night. Well, not anymore thanks to the Zenbivy.

Outfitted to sleep like your bed at home, the Zenbivy works to both keep you warm throughout those cold nights under the stars while allowing you to move freely underneath the down comforter. Unlike common mummy bags, the Zenbivy’s fitted sheet connects on top of the comforter rather than on the edges. This design provides unrestricted movement when sleeping while simultaneously keeping you toasty. The piece also attaches to an existing sleeping pad and is temp rated to 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Never again will you have to sacrifice comfort for warmth when camping in cold weather. The Zenbivy, slated to hit Kickstarter this May, will help you get a great night’s sleep in the backcountry. [Purchase]

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