Sleeping bag with multiple zips promises perfect night’s sleep
Friday, June 22, 2012/
For avid campers who find their sleeping bags either too hot or too cold, there is a solution: the Zippered Vents Sleeping Bag.
Instead of one large zip along the edge, which opens and closes the entire thing, the Zippered Vents Sleeping Bag features multiple zippered panels throughout its length.
This allows the user to open up various parts of the bag while keeping the rest of their body covered up.
The Zippered Vents Sleeping Bag features a total of five zip-up segments, each one covering the user’s shoulders, stomach, waist, legs and feet.
The inner lining of the bag is a soft cotton flannel, with a four-layer microfibre for insulation. The bag also has a built-in sleeve for holding a pillow.
Why not think up your own camping-related product? If not a sleeping bag with multiple zips, then perhaps some other innovative item to make camping even more enjoyable.
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