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Wiggy's

SALE: Super Light › Tan Mummy Style Sleeping Bag

$295.00
$150.00 (You save $145.00)
Availability:
ON SALE!
Temperature Rating:
0º / -40º F (FTRSS)
Weight:
5 lbs.

 Warranty Information

Your Wiggy's sleeping bag is guaranteed for a lifetime of use. If a seam opens or the Lamilite insulation deteriorates (such as losing its loft or separating, clumping in one place or another), Wiggy’s will repair or replace your bag at no charge to you.

 Product Description

Recently, I was offered and purchased several thousand yards of a tan colored 1.9 ounce ripstop nylon for a very friendly price. it is all first quality material made in the USA. I will be using it to make a specially priced Super Light bag. These bags will have the standard mummy bag foot end with a right side zipper.

Sizes: Regular/Wide & Long/Wide ONLY

  • 34" wide x 80" long (Regular/Wide) [4.5 lbs.]
  • 34" wide x 90" long (Long/Wide) [5 lbs.]

A standard stuff sack is included or for an additional $15.00 you can get a compression stuff sack instead.

I find it interesting that when nylon material suitable for sleeping bags becomes available made in the USA, Wiggy’s is the only potential buyer. I say potential because on some occasions the fabrics are not very good. In this case, it is excellent.

The Super Light sleeping bag has proven to be our most popular bag, both with the Armed Forces and civilian markets. When combined in the FTRSS, the Super Light is one of the greatest choices for a true four season sleeping bag! When the Overbag is added to the Super Light, the temperature rating becomes -40° (F or C). When both bags are combined you have the Super Light FTRSS.

Price:
$150.00

Please Note: Sleeping bags are sold via the outer shell color. The color of the interior lining is subject to change and may not match current photos on our site. If the interior color is important to you, please call us at +1 (866) 411-6465 to place your order.

Product Testimonials

  1. Comfy in Yellowstone

    I work in the summer as an emergency firefighter out west. I was in West Yellowstone, Montana at a base camp at about 7,000 feet elevation. My old sleeping bag could not it the mustard so I ordered the Super Light zero degree bag. When it arrived I immediately noticed that it appeared to be very well constructed. The insulation was nice and thick and well distributed. The outer cloth is hansome and rugged looking. The bag has a heavy duty zipper and a draw string at the top of the bag.

    I have slept several nights in the bag and it is very comfortable. The temperature was not real cold (twenty's) but the bag kept me warm and comfortable. I would definitely recommend this bag for three season use.

  2. Canadian Armed Forces Winter Warfare Success!

    I returned from a four day exercise in a training area known for its cold and unforgiving terrain. I wanted to find out if the Wiggy's super lite could stand up to Canadian winter warfare conditions. I slept in a two man camo tent made of nylon with a plastic bottom liner, no insulation or liner was used. I used a self inflating mattress 3/4 inch thick on the plastic liner as the base layer on the snow and ice followed by my sleeping system. The sleeping system consisted of the standard issue Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) cotton sleeping bag liner, the same one they have been using for fifty years, an ACU pattern fleece wrap, the Olive drab Super lite 0 F and the CAF issue bivy bag (Gortex over bag for water proofing). This I felt would allow me to test specifically the sleeping bag as I knew the other items used and the lack of heat in the tent would not interfere with the insulation in the bag once the temp dropped to -19 C, almost at the limit of the bag. Other than the fact that I did not want to get out of the bag in the morning due to the inability to heat the tent, I suffered no issues with the sleeping bag. I survived and will recommend and have recommended this bag to everyone in my unit thus far. One factor that needs stating, is the absolute requirement for a liner if this bag is used in extreme cold weather. Use a cotton or fleece liner, not silk or nylon as the interior of the bag upon entry in temps below 0 C is very cold, this lasts a very short time but is uncomfortable and can be avoided with the right liner. The use of a face scarf or moisture shield is also recommended as the buildup of frost on the hood opening caused uncomfortable buildup of frost and moisture in this environment.

    Thanks for making a great bag, I will be buying more for different environments.

    I ALWAYS APPRECIATE RECEIVING UNSOLICITED COMMENTS FROM MY CUSTOMERS. THE ONLY THING I DO DISAGREE WITH IS THE USE OF A LINER. IN EXTREME CONDITIONS HE SHOULD HAVE HAD MY OVER BAG.

Our Locations  +  Contact

Corporate Office & Factory

To place an order, please contact our corporate office & factory at:

Wiggy’s Inc.
PO Box 2124
Grand Junction, CO 81502

Store Location

2482 Industrial Blvd  •  Grand Junction, CO
(970) 241-6465

+1 (866) 411-6465 f:  (970) 241•5921 e:  

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