The Millet x Phipps Sleeping Bag is made of recycled Polartec®, an extra light-weight and moister-wicking polyester sourced from Millet’s archive. Developed with Millet’s in-house designer, the hand-airbrushed print of this parka takes you on an intergalactic journey, bringing to life classic 80’s sci-fi with its heroic moonscape eclipse. This hybrid quilted parka has a fully zipped bottom allowing it to transform it into a sleeping bag as the day turns into night. Inside the pockets are hidden drawstrings allowing you to modulate the lower volume, making it adaptable to everyday wear. It is sold with a compactable bag with nylon-webbing straps, to carry it with you wherever you may go.
The "Euklisia Rug" patented by mail-order pioneer Pryce Pryce-Jones in 1876 is considered by many to have been the forerunner of the modern sleeping bag. Pryce-Jones, a Welsh entrepreneur developed the bag and exported it around the world in the late 19th century, selling it to the Russian and British army at the time.