Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Two Decades of Sleeping Bag Evolution: From Peter Max to Skeletor

quote [ It wasn’t until the 1980s that sleeping bags became billboards for kids’ favorite pop culture icons. Throughout the 70s, they were mostly just fun designs with a favorite character like Snoopy here and there. ]

So grab yourself a spot and settle down awhile
[SFW] [history] [+3 Interesting]
[by ScoobySnacks@12:12amGMT]


vintuk said @ 1:01am GMT on 2nd Jan
And to think I just had a plain blue sleeping bag. how boring.
takajou said @ 4:58am GMT on 2nd Jan
Say what you will about Paul Reubens, but I would have killed for that Pee-wee's Playhouse sleeping bag back in 1988.
cb361 said @ 11:35am GMT on 2nd Jan
I spent money on a decent sleeping bag when I was sleeping in my car. In winter I used to hang up my coat, zipped up,, to make a pocket of less-cold air for my face. In retrospect I was probably as much at risk of asphyxiating myself as I was from the kind of weirdo who hangs around car parks in the middle of the night.

I concluded that anything below ten degrees is cold. Anything below six degrees is uncomfortably cold.
mechanical contrivance said @ 2:24pm GMT on 2nd Jan
My brother and I had the Smurfs one.
stv179 said @ 8:11pm GMT on 2nd Jan
I'm wondering when the mummy style ones appeared or respectively became popular. They can't be printed on as nicely, though..
Wulf said @ 3:32am GMT on 3rd Jan
I still have my blue one from when I was a kid, but it has been replaced by a warmer, lighter, smaller one. I don't think it ever got washed and the flannel interior had a tough slickness to it, like a well-seasoned cast iron skillet.

Post a comment
[note: if you are replying to a specific comment, then click the reply link on that comment instead]

You must be logged in to comment on posts.

Posts of Import
4 More Years!
SE v2 Closed BETA
First Post
Subscriptions and Things
AskSE: What do you look like?

Karma Rankings