There is nothing better than waking up to the pleasant sounds of nature and fresh air when you are out camping. Except for the occasional freezing cold which will make you want to go straight back to your tent and delay making breakfast for a bit. In order to avoid the unpleasantness which cold weather can cause, without having to pack extra clothing, you should consider the benefits of owning an Evrgrn Crash Sack, a warm sleeping bag which doubles as a big puffy jacket. The Crash Sack allows you to just put your arms through its holes and go on about your day without sacrificing the comfort and warmth of your sleeping bag.

Evrgrn Crash Sack comfort

The Crash Sack lets you enjoy in toe comfort of your sleeping bag while moving around your campsite

The Crash Sack is truly a camper’s dream. Its synthetic insulation is so effective that it can keep you completely warm even when temperatures drop down to 45°F. The bottom of the Crash Sack can be folded and attached to its back side so that you can freely move around your camp. But because of the reinforcements made to the bottom, you can even drag it around the ground without having to worry about damaging it.

Evrgrn Crash Sack insulation

The synthetic insulation of the Crash Sack is capable of keeping you warm during very low temperatures

It was even equipped with three zippered pockets so that you can carry around your phone or whatever else you may need. It also has a nice hood with a brim to make it as useful as a puffy coat would be. The Crash Sack is available in three sizes: long, regular and short, and in three colors: blue horizon/spruce stars, charcoal/salt waves, sunset/sunset waves.

Evrgrn Crash Sack stuff sack

The Crash Sack is easy to carry around because its can be packed down into its own small stuff sack

The last thing left to be said about the Crash Sack is that it can be packed down into its own small stuff sack to make transportation much easier. So next time you go camping, make sure you stay warm and comfortable with the Evrgrn Crash Sack. [via]

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