The Early Origins of Sleeping Bags

The Early Origins of Sleeping Bags

Before I started Lucky Sheep I did some research on the early evolution of sleeping bags. I found this amazing article from Field and Stream published in 1917 explaining the Eskimo version which used animal fur insulation and seal skin for fabric. Completely natural,...
Outdoor Biz Pitch Competition

Outdoor Biz Pitch Competition

Lucky Sheep was selected as one of the top five finalists at the North Carolina Outdoor Biz Pitch competition on September 18 in Asheville, North Carolina. I didn’t take home the prize but my buddy and fellow Outdoor Gear Builder Adam Masters at Bellyak got it...
Seven Most Important Things to Optimize Sleep

Seven Most Important Things to Optimize Sleep

We often say jokingly, “I need to recharge my battery”. This is not a joke. Our body is actually IS a battery. It is called the mammalian battery and it works by capturing electrons from our environment and storing them. Our net charge can even be measured...
How to Rewild Your Outdoor Sleeping

How to Rewild Your Outdoor Sleeping

Open air sleeping under a tarp. Fresh air blows through freely allowing the full experience of Forest Bathing. Weighs 2 lbs. and fits two people and gear.   A few years ago I had a strange fascination with sleeping outside. I wanted to find a way to make my camping...
Which Sleeping Bag Modal is Best for You?

Which Sleeping Bag Modal is Best for You?

Thru Hiker Fill: Circadian 1.9″ thick Liner: 100% Merino Wool (10 oz.) Shell: Organic Cotton Batiste Sage (2.5 oz.) Weight: 3.25 pounds (Medium) / 3.50 pounds (Large) Temperature Rating: 30 Degrees Fahrenheit Compresses to 10″x10″ $457 This combination provides the...