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Once upon a time, the trappers, the trekkers and even the soldiers did not carry sleeping bags, instead they carried blanket rolls. During the Vietnam War a new blanket came into being. The Poncho Liner was an ultra lightweight blanket doubling as a warming liner and a rain poncho.
In Australian slang, the word ‘swagman’ means a travelling workman. Something like an American cowboy or a trapper, occasionally on the lookout for a job at the frontier. The difference was, the Australian swagman was traveling on foot, and carried all his belongings in a bed roll. We salute those intrepid men, who trembled on chilly mornings; With our SWAGMAN ROLL you’ll never emulate that part of their lifestyle. Ours is made of thin Nylon fabric, filled with one of the best insulating materials mankind has ever dreamed of, the Climashield Apex.
Poncho Liner / Woobie
Summer Sleeping Bag
Best design and performance
Swagman Roll is a multifunctional tool, applicable wherever a warm cover is required. You can use it as a poncho liner, emergency sleeping bag, enhance your regular sleeping bag with it, wrap in it as if it was a blanket, line your hammock with it, or just wear as a stand-alone long warm coat. It is made of thin Nylon fabric, filled with one of the most advanced insulating materials – the Climashield Apex – that keeps the user warm, it is breathable, very lightweight and dries quickly.
145 x 200 cm / 57.04 x 78.74 in
745 gr / 1.64 lb
Product Details Climashield Apex insulation Nylon Fabric Quick dry Lightweight DWR Coating USGI Poncho compatible Can be used as sleeping bag liner Warm hood
Zippered front pocket with hanger
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
Package Dimensions : 13 x 7.5 x 7 inches; 1.12 Pounds
Department : boys
Date First Available : August 30, 2018
Manufacturer : Helikon-Tex
ASIN : B07GZ1YT89
MULTIPURPOSE.- Can be used as: emergency jacket, sleeping bag or sleeping bag liner, blanket, hammock liner (quilt) etc.
VERSATILE.- Lightweight, non soaking, easy to transport