The Napsack, A Wearable Sleeping Bag With Arm And Leg Holes

September 16, 2016


This is the Napsack, a wearable sleeping bag with zippable arm holes and a cinch at the bottom so you can stick your legs out and wear it as a dress. It's perfect for the camper who's being attacked by bears and doesn't have time to change before making a hasty getaway. Weird, I always thought wearable sleeping bags were called parkas. Napsacks come in a handful of colors and patterns and are available HERE for around $135. Admittedly, that's cheaper than I expected them to be. The menu at the restaurant for my date last night? That was much more than I expected it to be, which is why I feigned food poisoning from earlier almost as soon as I got there. I can make myself puke anytime I want, easy. Now I'm not trying to get my hopes up, but I think I made a pretty memorable first impression.

Keep going for a weird video of people floating around in the things.

Thanks to red, who just invented a wearable sleeping bag/tent combo so you don't have to bring anything but a can of beans to go camping.

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