Lucky Sheep® Wool Sleeping BagsGo wild. Go light. Go natural.
The only lightweight wool organic sleeping bag on the market.
Packable, trail friendly, ready for adventure.
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Our lightweight backpacking wool sleeping bag comes in 2 weights and sizes and our cold weather wool sleeping bag offers a roomier sleep for camping at festivals, backyards, canoe trips.
Performance you can count on in any weather.
- Just like wind chill changes an individual’s perception of temperature, so does humidity. Wool will perform in the variety of harsh outdoor conditions where adventure happens.
- Wool will help you FEEL warmer, not merely survive. Wool will also perform in damp and humid conditions such as dew, fog, and frost unlike any other bag. A bit of rain on the bag? No worries. This bag will keep you warm even when up to 40% wet and will slowly dry out from your body heat alone.
A Happy Camper
Hilary Bromberg, Barefoot Provisions
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A few years ago I had a hypothesis that heating the house at night was a waste of time and energy and seemed like a poor design. I seemed to sleep better when not heating the air, so I piled all the blankets I could find to stay warm. I was never warm...
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The Lucky Sheep™ Story (get your popcorn!)
I had MCS or Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and I went into nature to heal. It was where I could get grounded and get away from the toxins inside modern houses. I wanted to make nature my home and not a mere ‘camping’ experience. That meant bringing the most comfortable things that didn’t compromise quality of life.
But there was no safe camping gear. Everything was synthetic and toxic. So I started playing with designs for natural fiber camping gear.
I discovered how sleeping with wool outside was as delicious as walking barefoot on the ground. The quality of sleep that wool provides is unparalleled. And sleep is where we heal. I needed to be outside AND to sleep. They actually go together perfectly, but I had to find a way to make it light enough to carry.