As if we didn’t love the progressive outdoor brand from Sweden enough already Haglöfs have now gone and released a sustainable sleeping bag just in time for festival season. Limited to 105 pieces the Leftover Sleeping bag is made from leftovers: hence its random colours and the name. Pieces of high-performance material that, instead of being piled on to the world’s growing waste problem, have been turned into super comfortable sleeping bags that are ideal for any form of outdoor adventure.
“At Haglöfs, sustainability is at the core of everything we do. It’s a fundamental part of our business, and we work hard to improve continually, as well as finding solutions that will reduce the impact our business has on the environment. This also fuels our creative process – and that’s how we created the Leftover Sleeping bag. We wanted to find a way to use unused material left over from our production processes. Making them into colourful sleeping bags turned out to be a great idea” – Jennie Johansson, Designer and Developer at Haglöfs.
The Leftover is also constructed from high-performance materials, such as a recycled bluesign polyester and polyamide shell fabric treated with fluorocarbon-free DWR for waterproofing. Insulated with Trifusion Eco, which is a smart, versatile and resilient material that packs down nicely, and it will also keep you comfortable in conditions ranging as far as -11°C. Should be sorted for Glastonbury then!