The Selk’Bag, A Wearable Sleeping Bag

By David Ponce

Not sure that this thing is being sold anywhere, nor was I able to find a price. At the moment, it’s just a concept, though there seems to have been at least a prototype built. The Selk’Bag, from company Musuc is pretty much a sleeping bag that you wear. Get inside, zip up and go out in the cold wilderness. Getting a little sleepy? Plop down on the snow and, eh, sleep.

[The Selk’Bag] VIA [Productdose]

14 thoughts on “The Selk’Bag, A Wearable Sleeping Bag”

  1. Kind of stupid to “go out in the cold wilderness” as you were saying, it gets kind of wet and cold i would imagen. But it’s kind of nice to have i your camp.

  2. This would not be effective in cold weather. The best way to retain body heat is skin to skin contact. Therefore a bag shaped sleeping bag keeps you warmer. Even more so if you share it with someone!

  3. I saw guys die in Korea because they could not get out of their fart sacks in time. Add an air mattress and a coffee maker and winter soldiering would not be quite as bad. In fact, this is just an improvement on the quilted uniforms the Chinese wore. Clever, those orientals.

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