September 02, 2008
Articulated Wearable Sleeping Bag — Episode 2: New and Improved
The latest iteration costs about 50% more ($228.95 v $148.95) but features a raft of improvements over the original.
From the website:
- Lippi Selk Bag #2 Sleeping System
Don't worry about having to get out of your sleeping bag in the middle of the night anymore — just leave your Selk Bag on for those late night star gazing missions.
The Selk Bag will make all of your friends jealous.
• Made of durable nylon taffeta 310T/66D — soft-touch shell
• Micro-fiber polyester insulation (2 x 100g/sm)
• Double frontal zipper with drawcord
• Small compressible stuff sack
• Extended right hip zipper
• Reversible hand zippers
• YKK zippers throughout
• Reinforced nylon soles
• Hood w/ drawstring
• Leg vents
• Temperature rating: Comfort 47ºF; Extreme 14ºF
• Maximum user height: 5'3" (M); 5'10" (L); 6'3" (XL)
• Size: 62"L x 68"W with arms extended (M); 72" x 78" (L); 80" x 86" (XL)
• Carry size: 13" x 8" (M); 13.5" x 8" (L); 14" x 8" (XL) (including stuff sack)
• Carry weight: 3.2 lbs (M); 3.7 lbs (L); 4.2 lbs (XL)
Royal Blue/Navy Blue (top) or Teal/White (above and below).
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MONEY MAKER BOJ?
This product with the colors changed to yellow and Green looks like the perfect new fashion statement for the Stock holders of the Green Bay Packers. They bought the non voting, non par, non marketable stock for $275.per share Can you imagine the value in cheese heads staying warm?
Posted by: wistrade | Sep 3, 2008 12:35:42 AM
New & improved maybe, but it's no North Face Himalayan Suit (sadly no longer available, it retailed at 1000 USD): http://www.campcraft.co.uk/cgi-bin/site-editor.pl/8/-ecommerce?action=item;item=TOAOO2;eid=682366
This guy wore one in Siberia: http://www.wideview.it/travel/Yakutia_2007/info.htm#3
"Using the Himalayan Suit, I didn't have any problem with the cold, even after several hours outside at -40 and -50. I have to say that at -20 the suit is perhaps too warm and can be used only for light hiking, but below -35 it is just perfect...".
Posted by: russ | Sep 3, 2008 12:26:40 AM
I actually remember the older version of this sleeping bag. It was one of the first times I ever came into your blog. A guy was posing in the sleeping bag wear and it was very funny. I remember that. I shall consider this an anniversary of sorts then. This iteration (your word) is equally ugly by the way.
Posted by: Milena | Sep 2, 2008 1:38:06 PM
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