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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. Cranky OB...***chuckles***

    November is once again upon us here in the Midwest US.
    The change in the temps, the rain/snow/ whatever Mother Nature decides to drop on us this week. The chill in the air is real, and naturally, for those of us that live and work mostly out of doors, thoughts are about digging out all that winter wear. I have been using Wiggy's for longer than i care to remember (or mention). Last year, around this time, i had ordered sleeping bags for some of my grandchildren as they are of the age now where they can appreciate some things a little more. One of the bags was for a girl, so naturally purple bag right. Well about a week after i placed the order, my phone rings while i am at work, i never thought to check the caller id , i just snatched it from the holster and hit the answer button with my nose (gloves, outdoors worker)
    It was Jerry himself, calling ME to apologize for not having the color that i had ordered. I was beyond stunned. Why even apologize for not having a specific color? The color of the bags is irrelevant to me but Jerry himself felt it was important enough to call me, just a regular normal guy and apologize for not having the color i had ordered.
    I will NEVER forget the way he spoke with me over the phone that day, nor will i ever recommend to anyone anything other than Wiggy's.
    Yeah, That "cranky OB" does know how to make an impression!

  2. wiggy's is the best

    I,m 70 years old and have hunted in some of the most inhospitable places in the United States. I own thousands of dollars worth of hunting clothing including kuiu, Sitka, Kings Camo and many others. When it gets really cold I go to my Wiggy's clothing. Jerry, the owner of Wiggy's is a character, but he worth listening to because he knows what he is talking about. He has never given me bad advice. So if your tired of over paying for clothing that is overpriced, doesn't perform and is made in China then it's time to make a change. Wiggy's isn't sexy but its made with the highest quality materials in the United States and outperforms just about everything else on the market.

  3. Great Customer Service

    I bought my sleep system over 5 years ago. When I got it I just looked at it quickly and put it in my closet. I used my light bag several times but never the heavy bag or bivvi . Well the other day I took it all out and realized they had sent me the wrong bivvi. I called and told them the situation and that I didn’t have my receipt after all these years. He told me not to worry and to send it bag and he would make it right.
    I sent it back and within 10 days I had a new one . This is outstanding customer service! They could have easily told me it was too late or with no receipt they couldn’t help me.
    I’m glad to see a company that stands by their word and actually cares that their customers are happy. They are 5 star!


    I dragged out my 20 year old 20 degree square Hunter bag without a hood for a camping trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone. The temperature was in the mid to high 20's at night with freezing rain and snow. I was sleeping in a light tent and had a Wiggy's ground pad underneath. While my old bones would have liked a softer ground pad I was never cold in the damp cold weather. I slept in light fleece long underwear with fleece booties and a fleece cap. I have read on line people complaining that their Wiggy's bags lose loft and do not keep them warm. My 20 year old bag performed as new and I was warm all night in damp cold conditions.

  5. Your Killing Me

    I would never dream of telling you how to run your business, but we need your clothing line. I never go anywhere without my Wiggys, your 3oz, liner is my EDC, to the extent that I'm wearing them out. My sweater is my next step when things get colder. I have 2 complete sets of your Alaska parks liners, so I don't disturb my ruck set. I keep a set in my edc ruck, so that even if I'm not dressed appropriately, I can be quickly. I've yet to need your Antarctic stuff, it's specialty stuff for most of us, but it's not like we have any other options. Your clothes, being made the same as your bags, are unaffected by compression or water, I've been in hypothermia producing conditions, my Wiggys saved me. When you got lost in the mountains, your clothes saved you, and maybe Ruddy (RIP), guess we'll never know. Your clothes prevent environmental and aquatic hypothermia, and your bags treat it. I teach the single most important part of any survival kit is your 0 degree bag, but also clothing as Totally Independent Shelter for the worst the location and season can muster, with the understanding that records are made to be broken. Without your clothing line, that is impossible. I can't afford to buy a lifetime supply of your clothes l, they are the best available, they are in fact our only option, but mine wear out. My title may seem over dramatic, but I've always said your stuff should be labeled as Life Support Equipment including your clothes, I'm convinced that I'm here because of them.
    I'm advocating for those that don't know you yet, their lives depend on it.
    You will do what you think best, I wouldn't argue that, it's just leaving us in a bit of a bind, we have nowhere else to go.

    Regards, Jim

  6. Ducks back super success

    Just returned from a research trip way down south where the avg daily temp is still neg. 30. I took along my new ducks back artic parka, mittens and head gear. I experienced alot of physical hard work and was worried about sweating in my gear and freezing. I was properly layered with other wiggy's gear and never experienced discomfort. More importantly, the artic parka vented well and I was dry as a bone at the end of the day. I have never found a glove where my finger tips did'nt freeze until now. The artic mittens were superb as well as my head covering. No disappointments ever when using your gear. That's why I have been a fan and supporter since 1995! Thanks to Jerry for getting my gear to me on time as promised!
    You can NOT go wrong with this company. Outstanding products and great value. Thanks again Jerry and God bless,
    Mark R.

  7. Lamalite saved my life

    To make a long story short, I am on a cross-country bicycle ride to raise money for a cancer charity after having survived prostate cancer myself. In Washington state I was riding to colonial creek campground getting rained on all day! I was actually riding in a river of water on the road. Every article of clothing that I had got wet during the ride. I got to the campground and it was 36°! It was still raining. I got wetter and colder as I set up my tent. I was shivering so much by the time I got the tent up that I couldn’t light my backpacking stove to have a nice warm drink to help me warm up. So with nothing left to do, I got into my Wiggy’s sleeping bag, the over bag, by the way, only rated to 35f, with all my wet things on. Within a half hour I was plenty warm and by the time I woke up in the morning most of my clothes were dry and of course sleeping bag was bone dry! Wiggy, I think your gear saved my life.

  8. It's time

    Wiggy. I have been meaning to do this for awhile. I bought my 1st product from you in 1989(that story will follow) This is about the field jacket liner. I always felt the field jacket liner was 1 of the best items the military ever produced. Then I saw yours. I was deploying to Afghanistan Jan 2012. The middle of the Bagram AB winter. We are on a high plateau at about 6000 ft above sea level. So cold and wind. I called you a few moths before to talk about your suggestions. I work in Aeromedical Operations and would be spending time at my desk and out on the field configuring loading and unloading medical aircraft. Whatever time/weather it was. When we spoke you suggested the field jacket liner and vest. I bought them both. It is now march 2021. I have had the liners for 9 years. This is my go to clothing item for any/every thing I do. I camp I bring it. I run in it. I work in it(I work as an Athletic Trainer so am out covering practices and games in all weather. I have probably worn it everyday from the day temp weather changes. its always in my car. i would say its worn at least 200 days. Every year. For the past 9 years. The SAME one!!

  9. 100% SPOT ON

    I didn't know this company existed until 24 hours ago . I found out they have been around for 33 years . I had to ask myself " Where have I been in a cave ? " . I've been in the outdoors most of my life camping , hiking , hunting , fishing and boating . I'm 65 now and still enjoying every minute I can in the outdoors . I started bass fishing when I was about 5 and caught my first 5 pound bass at about 8 with a Shakespeare spinning rod and reel using a inline spinner , yellow with black dots called a shyster. You can't forget the greatest moment of your life . So now I've got about 60 years of fishing tales.
    I've been camping most of my life too , been through many tents , pop-ups ,
    trailers and sleeping bags . I have watched outdoor life evolve and I've been through a lot of products from rotten junk to fantastically great products that I still use today , some re from the 60's era when I was a kid. I still have the spinning reel from that 5 lb bass , I don't have the fish as he was eaten .
    ,, I now have 2 super light , zero degree , 4 lb bags in camo with the boat foot . I feel like i caught my first 5lb bass , these bags are great . Everything is as advertised , true . I feel these bags are going to do the job and are of good quality .
    ,, I have a minus 30 degree bag , it weighs 15 pounds and rolled up it's about the same size of a 90 liter backpack . Way to big to go hiking with . The Wiggy bag compress well , it's light at only 4lbs and full fills my needs in this area as far as temps . Next hunting season started when this years season ended . We will be out scouting and making natural blinds near game trails. I will be using a Wiggy's . I'll bring both bags , in case one gets wet. I actually looking forward to using the Wiggy's bag .
    ,, I really wish I had known of this company because it makes me feel like i really missed a good experience . Now I'm considering some more products for the next hunting season . I am planning to spend almost the entire season in a tent From October until February . I started buying supplies yesterday .
    ,, I forgot to mention that I slept in my Wiggy's bag last night , no problems and the zippers 100% on the spot . The zippers didn't get stuck or eat the fabric . My feet had plenty of room and styed warm. . Last nights temps were not cold , tonight's temps will be , maybe 48 . But the next cold dip I'll be outside in a tent ,,,, well gonna run , I think you will enjoy a Wiggy's bag , I've got over 50 years of camping and I like it better than my old goose down bags. I'll be giving these 2 bags a workout for this years hunt . Thanks for actually making a quality product .. HAND SALUTE FROM A VET


    I'm in St Louis, where we experience a wide range of temperatures and snow/ice conditions. I work outside all year delivering food on a bicycle and an electric scooter. I ride my scooter all year as long as the roads are nice. It was 2F degrees here, and with my Wiggys Urban Antarctic parka, and ONLY one US Military "waffle shirt (level2) I can EASILY survive my scooter ride.

    The Super Mittens held up to temps as well. This is an amazing product. I am so balmy-warm at 8 F degrees, i just cant believe it.

    Someone was actually yelling at me, telling me how dangerous it was to be on a scooter at 2F, (and 20mph wind, 17.5 mph scooter). I told him Im wearing Wiggys and Im ok, while passing him by on the scooter.

    Wiggys will save your life if power ever goes out. All you need is JUST ONE shirt and you are perfectly warm; that is the most unbelievable part about it. When you zip the parka up fully, even at 2F a facemask is not necessary. .

    The way it fits is amazing .If you zip it up to the neck, there is extra insulation in the neck/hood area to keep your neck warm, and you really dont need a scarf. I have received many compliments on this coat, the women seem to really love it (just wait until I get the polar bear/fox/ wolverine combo ruff!)

    Every farmer who has to work in the cold needs one of these; every single one of them. It is durable and can withstand working in it. Another amazing fact of the Wiggys Urban Antarctic is its operating range. I can wear this coat in freaky st louis weather when it is 60-70F and not burn up. It has a temperature range of -20F to 70F. I'm perfectly warm at 2F with -19F wind-chill, plus my scooter wind. Thank you to everyone at Wiggys for working so hard to make these coats

    Carhart (the Big C) will rob you of your heat. It is like wearing aluminum foil the way it conducts the cold. Then you have to buy all these shirts and pull overs and hoodies to stay warm, but you cant stay warm, because the Carhart bibs and coat sucks the heat right out of you, Then gets wet and even colder. It is a losing situation that can kill you if find yourself with no heat. I wasted sooo much money on that Carhart crap in the past. I have actually injured myself wearing too many garments trying to stay warm.

    With Wiggys, all I need is only one shirt. If it get to about -20F and the wind picks up i would need the wind shirt. It is an ingenious cold weather system worth buying I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to not freeze to death. You never know when your car is going to break down, or how long a tow may be, or if your power goes out.

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