Fifth Season Blizzard Sack

Bag Number:6

Fifth Season Blizzard Sack

  • Nothing more impressive
  • Than eating lichen 
  • standing in the pouring rain
  • temps around 40/4
  • stoked

Yet sheep do it all the time.  Wool is naturally water resistant.  You can't put a sheep in a river and scoop them up in a day and expect them to be dry, but you can stand them out in the rain for hours and they don't get cold and wet.  

In other words, this isn't a dry bag, but it's fine for most weather, including snow, sleet, rain.  Don't expect miracles, and you are fine.  

Fits 137 wald full or half baskets.  Thick New England wool from Johnson Woolen mills in Vermont, Waxed cotton from New Jersey.  Hemp webbing, full (not plated) brass hardware.  Sewn in Maine by a guy on a treadle powered sewing machine.  

These cost more than the Squall sack because the wool is more than 2x the cost of the already really expensive waxed canvas.

We used to list these by color, but now they're just listed by number, which is pinned to the bag.  Less confusing, as the wool has so many colors going on!  



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