If you’re like me, once you get into a sleeping bag, you don’t ever want to get out of it. This can be a problem, like when you’re snuggled up in your tent, but you forgot your flask of winter warmer in your backpack outside. Now you don’t have to get out of your bag to be mobile.
The Chilean-designed Lippi Selk’bag are the outdoorsy equivalent of footie-pajamas, and allow full sleeping-bag level coverage with sleeves for your arms and legs.
The company has two models — a $149 bag rated at 32 degrees, and a $229 model that rates at 14 degrees Fahrenheit. They’re stuffed with synthetic fiber (a boon for my fellow allergy-sufferers) and shielded with a nylon outer layer. They certainly look less restrictive than my mummy bag.