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We all know how hard it is to squeeze and crumple a sleeping bag into a too small packsack or to compress it into odd shapes with lots of straps. Now our innovative RollSack makes it effortless and easy to pack up your CozyBag, or any other sleeping bag too. Read our instruction here how to use it: Fold your CozyBag in half along the zipper and ... Read More
Klar, ein Hüttenschlafsack ist ein Sack um in Hütten zu schlafen. Aber was zählt als Hüttenschlafsack? Da gibt es inzwischen eine große Bandbreite, und auch viele verschiedene Anforderungen von Hütten und Herbergen. Früher kannten wir nur den rechteckigen Baumwollsack, der in den Jugendherbergen Pflicht war. Dieser war groß, schwer und brauchte ... Read More
The CozyBag allows you to sleep comfortably with your arms free to move in all directions. And the bottom opens quickly, to allow you to get up and go, e.g. to the toilet on the campsite. But what if it's raining right then? Or if you are outside for a longer time with the CozyBag, when taking photos or around the camp? First of all, sleeping ... Read More
Gravel Bikes, Bikepacking, E-Bike-Tours – a new trend in outdoor travel is taking hold. In these times a bikepacking tour is often the best option to take holidays and rewards you with a renewed knowledge about your region and country. It can be anything from a weekend trip to weeklong tours. Just have fun with friends to discover the side roads... Read More
Our wearable sleeping bags give you freedom to move, while sleeping with your arms in any position, and when you get up and wear it as a jacket. Most CozyBags can be buttoned up to transform them into a jacket. One exception is the ZIPPY that has a detachable bottom instead. On our older model CLASSIC we used 4 snap buttons, but sometimes the on... Read More