Top 5 Weirdest Sleeping Bags

Thursday, January 5, 2012

5. Shark Attack Sleeping Bag

Actually called the “ChumBuddy”, it was created by 19 year old design wondergenius Kendra Phillips. The Shark Attack Sleeping Bag is 7 feet tall, hand sewn and is filled with 30 pounds of soft fill. It’s $199 but can you really put a price on awesomeness? I guess you can and it’s just shy of 2 bills. At least shipping is free.
4. Bear Sleeping Bag

Concerned about getting mauled by a bear when you’re out camping? Maybe if you sleep in this bear sleeping bag by Eiko Ishizawa, you won’t have to worry about that. Just crawl out of your tent and scare that bear back to its den. Just watch out for hunters, you don’t want to get shot. Ehhh… so maybe this isn’t such a good idea after all.
3. Tauntaun Sleeping Bag

They did it! The Tauntaun sleeping bag is a reality. This sleeping bag started as an April Fool’s joke by the people at ThinkGeek. Demand was so intense they decided to try to make the sleeping bag for real. And what Star Wars fans want, Star Wars fans get. It is complete with saddle, internal intestines and plush lightsaber zipper pull. Perfect for surviving the sub-zero temperatures of Hoth after recovering from a deadly wampa attack. It is machine washable and costs $99.99.
2. Coffin Sleeping Bag

This is probably the creepiest sleeping bag ever since it’s shaped like a coffin. But if you like the gothic style, this probably will suit you perfectly to impress and scare your friends during a night in the woods. Especially if it’s Halloween season.
1. Adam and Eve Sleeping Bag

Pratt design grad Alyona Makeeva’s masters thesis was titled Designing for a Better Marriage. One of the thesis products was this Adam & Eve Interactive Sleeping Bag. Inside the warm top cover of the sleeping bag are 12 Tyvek panels that can have multiple uses. You and your lover can write your special romantic memories, keep a running diary during a long romantic excursion, copy your favorite love poems, draw, use each panel for an individual theme, or use just one panel per trip to keep a shared “post-card” to record highlights of your times together. Inside or outside the bag, find your own Garden of Eden!


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