A Selk’bag is a wearable, form-fit sleeping bag made with 100% recycled materials.
Made to keep you warm and cosy during a whole host of activities from camping, evenings under the stars to post swim & a simple cuddle on the sofa!
We’ve loved testing them out – heres what we thought…
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The selk bag…what can I say! I’m not sure I’ve ever felt so cosy or liberated at the same time. The selk bag is the perfect post swim and camping outfit. Warm, unbelievably compact (I mean I was worried that first time I had to get it back in the bag!) and it works wonders for body image issues…like being cocooned in a chic safety blanket. It’s also fun – teletubbies are icons and now I get to feel like one! I love the colour and the detailed design work too!
The selk bag is a great bit of luxury kit…perfect for camping, van life adventures and getting cosy straight after a wild swim. Being able to take the feet off the bag is great too as I can walk back from the lake to the car all snug in my selk bag. Super cosy and warm also makes it perfect for sitting around whilst camping or in my van. This bit of kit will definitely be getting used lots over winter.
Absolutely love my Selkbag, being able to sleep in any position comfortably in the tent / bivvy bag has really enhanced the level of sleep I get when I am out in the wild, it keeps me super warm and toasty. I haven’t tried it in winter yet but it has done fine down to around 6degrees so far. Plenty of room in it meaning there are no feelings of restriction. It’s a great addition to my kit, even when I have been away in the van, I have used it for chilling around the campfire when the temperature drops, the shoes are perfect for this as well. It was a novelty for me to begin with, but it is quickly becoming a staple piece of kit, the best thing I discovered recently was that I could pack it small enough to fit in my bike packing bags which is amazing for my bike adventures! The only thing that could make it even better would be if it was waterproof!