Slumberjack, a leading name in outdoor sleep systems for over 50 years, has enhanced its Slumberjack Variable Component Sleep System (SVCSS) to meet the demands of the U.S. Military. Today’s soldiers are asked to fight in some of the harshest conditions known to man. Look no further than Iraq and Afghanistan where scorching days are often followed by freezing nights. In addition, troops must fight in wet, sloppy conditions requiring a sleep system that can weather the harshest storm.
This state-of-the-art, five-part sleep system offers the military and other government agencies the most lightweight, compact and easy-to-use sleep system on the market. It incorporates five interchangeable components, including the Delta 30ºF sleeping bag, the Gamma 0ºF sleeping bag, the VariCom Bivy and two compression stuff sacks. The system offers a temperature rating between 30ºF to -30ºF. Lower temperature ratings can be achieved if the system is used in conjunction with layers of extreme cold-weather garments.
In addition to battling the elements, the VariCom System is extremely lightweight and easy to pack. The complete system weighs 9 pounds 10 ounces and compresses down to 11 inches by 11 inches when fully packed.
Click on the charts below to see how the SVCSS compares in size and weight to what soldiers are currently carrying or visit www.slumberjack.com for more information on this and other Slumberjack products:
Slumberjack, a leading name in outdoor sleep systems for over 50 years, has enhanced its…
by Tactical-Life.com / Apr 1, 2008