Over a few thousand years ago, Neanderthals slept under fur and beside a fire to keep warm. Since then, advances in technology have resulted in cotton, wool, polyester and synthetic sleeping shelter.
Today, the typical adventurer is focused on "lightweight" and "compressible" camping gear while others are leaning toward sustainable alternatives. Its time to take a step back in time and learn something from our distant relatives - why reinvent the wheel when someone has already done the work.
Deneb Outdoors has presented a concept thats guaranteed to rattle the outdoor equipment industry. Their Rama Llama sleeping bag incorporates the use of humanely harvested alpaca fur and offers a sustainable alternative to sleeping in the wilderness. Alpaca fur's natural composition is designed to regulate and maintain body temperatures in variances of up to 50 degrees Fahrenheit whether wet or dry.