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Hi Wiggys crew,
The new site looks great!

Just wanted to take a minute and thank you for your work.

From the Antarctic Bag & Mitts, our beautiful white Fossil Ridge Parkas & Bibs, Mukluks, even the booties & other odds & ends…   these have all become my favorite things, because they’re the equipment depend on with full confidence.  Amazing warmth, breathability and comfort, rugged durability, washability, and the quality of your company itself, standing behind your products & even accommodating custom orders; there is just no one like you guys.

You’ve made winter my favorite time of year.  Now when it’s -35, I grab a book, my gear & snowshoes, head out wherever, and enjoy the sunshine and fresh air in total comfort.  I’ve used your gear winter camping & adventuring up into canada, climbing up/sliding down snow, ice, rocks & dirt, been blown across Lake Superior on my face in ice squalls and after the initial shock, even enjoyed the experience of getting run over by the freight train whiteout hurricane, completely warm & protected.  Somehow, this stuff shows no wear yet!  I don’t get it, but I love it.

I can’t thank you enough for the excellent equipment and your willingness to do custom work to make everything perfect for your customers.

Pete Doering

Here are a few pics of places your gear has allowed me  to go...


Mr. Wigutow,

In August of this year I completed my Alaskan caribou hunt that I discussed in my first email back in April, 2014. During the trip, I utilized the Super Light bag that I purchased on your advice. I had the FTRSS with me but I did not need it! I used it as an extra sleeping bag since the Super Light was plenty warm; for short periods I slept with bare feet and was plenty warm. I was able to dry out most of my clothes just by either wearing them in the bag or stuffing them inside while I was in it. My buddies with cheap bags never could dry their clothes and they were miserable. I did not take your ground pad with me since we had an outfitter camp package that included (cheap USGI-type) sleeping pads.

I also wore daily your 9” socks and jacket liner. They worked very well in keeping me warm and dry. The socks were very comfortable during the 40-plus miles I walked while on the hunt. In the attached photo I was wearing the jacket inside out as 'tundra camo.' It worked well in that regard.

Anyways, thank you for the great advice and for the great products.

Pat Millenbaugh

Posing with caribou

I think I bought my Ultima Thule back in like 1997 and it's still my go to bag in the winter time here in Colorado. Over New Year's eve I backpacked up Pikes Peak and camped inside Monty's Rock Pile just below Barr Camp. The temp at night was around 5 below zero and I slept toasty warm thanks to your bag. Thanks Jerry.



Jeff Rotondo

[Here's a picture of] your awsome waders at work. 3rd season on them and of course they were trashed by the end of last season, but a few patches got us through this season. They sure do make crossing streams with sheep meat on your back a little nicer. Thanks again and keep up the good work.


Shawn Davis

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  1. sleeping bag magic

    Hi wiggly

    I moved to Alaska 22yr ago and found your sleeping bags via my father in law at the time. They have never been out of my sight each winter since. I live in Fairbanks and seasonally would stay in a wall tent through deep winters -45°f and down. Your bags let me forget the pack stove detail many cold nights, but I was warm.

  2. You're right, this stuff works.

    Hi Jerry,
    Been using your sleeping bags and some clothing for several years now, loved them all. I've lived mostly in milder climates so never felt I could truly test them. Just moved north and recently experienced -5 to -15 degrees with wind chill thrown in as well.
    Decided to go for a walk and I put on your fishnet top, a nylon/merino hoody, your Liner Jacket, and the ducksback pullover you used to sell. I was too warm. Had to take the pullover off while moving and stayed perfectly warm with those three light layers. When I stopped for a while and put the pullover back on I was perfectly warm on my upper body with -20 to -25 wind chills. My feet were warm with your lamilite socks and a pair of uninsulated boots. I don't have the leg jackets yet so my legs were a bit chilly with what I was wearing, but I plan to pick up a pair of those and never worry about that again (amongst other things for the rest of the family now that we live in colder climes).
    Thanks for the great gear. It's been with me all over the mountains and coasts for years and never failed. I've been shocked at how warm that Pullover and Liner Jacket have been over the years even in soaking wet conditions for hours. I'd trust my life to your gear in the most extreme conditions. I can't think of a better compliment to give you than that.
    Blessings to you and your team!

  3. Hunting in Colorado

    I have had my Hunter bag for about 20 years. I use it every year, during the winter, in the Colorado mountains. I moved recently and could not find it. I stopped by the store and bought a new one, while driving to Durango. The bag worked great at 8300 feet and 20 degree weather. I have bought other bags for lighter weather, for me and my family. Several of my friends have bought bags, on my recommendation. These bags are great.

  4. Wet Lamilite Sleeping Bag.

    I finally broke away from the daily grind to go camping for an evening on the western side of the Big Horn mountains in northern Wyoming. It was early fall and my camp was just below tree line, about 9800 feet.
    I was really tired and fell asleep with the tent door open.
    A quick storm blew through and dumped a large amount of cold rain. Before I woke up, I was in a lake of water in my tent. My Antarctic sleeping bag kept me completely warm and comfortable. Thanks Wiggy!

  5. Dream Extreme Cold Weather Gear

    I spent 14 days dog sledding and camping in Nunavut at the 76 Parallel. Temps hovered between -8 and +10 with wind chills well below those numbers. I used Wiggy’s mukluks over my boots and never suffered cold feet! I added Lamilite socks to my feet which helped wick moisture away and I think made a huge difference with my comfort. I also used an -60 Wiggy’s sleeping bag that kept me toasty warm all night. All great products! Thank you Wiggy for making superior American made gear!!!

  6. Your Legacy Will Live On


    I thoroughly enjoyed your latest chapter. Your clothing line has made a huge difference in my life and I'm sure thousands of other folks would say the same thing. Even my dog Tank, a pit bull mix, has benefited from your lamilite jacket. He used to shiver uncontrollably in the snow, and after five or ten minutes, he'd start whimpering to get back into the warm house. Needless to say, the pit bull breed is not designed for sub zero temperatures. However, after I put the dog jacket on him, he and I could stay out in the snow for an hour with no problems. He's nine years old, and for the time we have left together, we can enjoy long walks in any season thanks to your products. You have improved our quality of life, and I'm grateful I discovered your amazing products so many years ago. Thank you.

  7. No More Cold Feet

    Read your latest blog about the diabetic with cold feet. This winter I went ice fishing here in Wyoming. Temperatures ranged from 5 below to 15 below with the wind chill factor during the day. I wore a pair of Lamilite socks, stuck them into a pair of Sundowners, and stuck them in a pair or Overboots. They were a tad heavy, but I wasn't hiking, just standing around the ice holes. My feet were toasty warm. Along with my Urban Arctic Ducksback Parka and Bibs, I was the warmest fisherman in our group. Your gear works, PERIOD!

  8. wiggys ultra light 20* bag in US Marine camo.

    I have been camping for over 30 years. I have used and owned numerous sleeping bags from different manufactures. The Wiggys is by far the finest sleeping bag that I have owned. The craftsmanship and quality of the bag is amazing. I also bought the compression bag. It works perfect. The pillow and sleeping socks are an extra bonus.

    Thank you Wiggys for making a great product and thank you for keeping it in the USA.

  9. Polar Vortex Warmth

    I had purchased several of Wiggy's lamilite articles of clothing over the past year but have not had a chance to "really" put them to the test until the recent Polar Vortex came through Christmas weekend 2022. Temps in my area fell to below zero into the single digits with wind chills around -30 (F). Thought this was the prefect opportunity to test out my lamilite socks, liner vest, and Kodiak mittens.

    I bundled up before I took the dogs out and I was toasty warm. My hands, feet, and core body temp stayed warm and if not for my exposed skin on my face, I would not know that the outside wind chills were around -30. My dogs were eager to return to the nice warm house and I was thrilled to be so warm in such harsh conditions. Although I was not outside in -30 wind chills for several hours, I'm sure I would have survived if I needed to be exposed for that amount of time. Thank you Wiggy's for providing such quality clothing products!

  10. Another

    Young female inexperienced hiker, without proper equipment, went for a day hike in the Whites (NH) and died in blizzard conditions. again.

    Heed the weather forecast, check the historical weather record, don't go out alone, carry a PLB and carry enough to get you through a night or 3 under the worst the season and location can muster. Start with clothing, carry more, never less then Wiggys 0 degree bag, a good pad and I'll argue a tent. A thermos of your favorite hot and sweet, but a stove and pot to heat your 3L+ of carried water and melt snow. High calorie, fat, protein, tastes great no cook food saves fuel and water.

    On a "Day hike" in case you get "waylaid". That much and the knowledge of how to get the most out of it, just might have saved her life. People shouldn't die from ignorance, but they continue to do so. Frustrating

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