Wool Sleeping Felt
$184 3.5 pounds (medium) 40 degrees F.
Our Sleeping Felt is a wild and wooly idea! We designed this piece to create a simple modular system for warmer weather that can be layered to bring you down to colder temperatures by adding layers. Can also be combined with the THree Season Bag either attached to add warmth or as an under quilt/pad to add some luxury when weight isn’t an issue.
Why You Will Love It
- Light weight for warmer weather
- Versatile modular system allows adjusting to the conditions of each adventure with maximum weight-to-warmth efficiency
- Excells in humid / wet weather
- Durable: will last a lifetime with proper care
- Naturally hypo-allergenic and fire resistant
- Self sanitizing – sun and wind have natural anti-septic effect
- Can use the ‘breathe-in-the-bag’ technique to take you down 10 degrees more
- Can go into a fetal curl to conserve heat during extreme cold
- More economical than the Three Season Bag
How You Can Use It
- A unique natural-fiber sleeping bag to replace your synthetic and down options
- Use one layer down to 40 degrees.
- Use two layers to take you down to 10 degree F.
- Use three layers to take you to even colder temperatures. (We have not tested to find the three-layer rating)
- Can use flat on a bed as a blanket when not camping
- Can wrap it around you easily for extra warmth when not sleeping
- Modular system allows you to add extra pieces to adjust to the conditions of each adventure
- Can change positions inside the bag by loosening or tightening the pressure.
What It’s Made Of
- Shell: 100% high thread count lightweight cotton
- Inner Liner: Choose from Merino Wool or 100% high thread count lightweight cotton
- Insulation: 2.5″ thick Eco Wool Batting (organically raised and milled in the U.S.A sheep wool)
- Width: All sizes have 45″ width of insulation and 6″ on each side of flap (flap has cloth only)
- Lengths and Weights (The bag is designed to go about up to your chin)
- Small: 64″ / weighs about 3 lbs. (fits up to 5′ 4″)
- Medium: 70″ / weighs about 3.5 lbs. (fits up to 5′ 9″)
- Large: 76″ / weighs about 4 lbs. (fits up to 6′ 4″)
- Zipper at the footbox is 36″ long
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