Taking a page from the Forever Lazy® body wear of infomercial infamy, the latest “wearable sleeping bag” selection is 30% lower in weight than selections from its previous third-generation line.
Borrowing its silhouette from the outline of a gingerbread man cookie cutter, this alternative to the traditional rectangular sleeping bag touts Velcro-fastened, removable mitts that allow both hands to maneuver game controllers. Not only useful for late-night gaming marathons, Selk’bags’s versatility provides a comfortably impromptu and secure resort to the orthodox “mummy bag” option to which most outdoor enthusiasts resort.
Rated to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the Selk’bag also accommodates cases of cabin fever with its figure-forming insulation. Perfect for campers, stargazers, and hikers alike, the high-tech outerwear is available in both kid and adult-sizing. Three bold color options offer adventurers a choice between Dark Shadow (a gunmetal grey), Surf the Web (a deep Atlantic blue) and Hyacinth Violet (a furious fuscia). Prices start at $79.00 USD.
Visuals from the company’s website not only display the various uses of their 4G Lite line in a multitude of environments, but resemble the work of Keith Haring brought to life via real-life rest vessels.
Head over to http://www.selkbagsusa.com and check out the array of paperdoll chain-inspired, and almost claustrophobic, two-season sleepwear.