Whether you're looking to buy a Light Bed or you already own one, here are a few hidden features you may or may not have known about our most versatile, best-selling, award-winning Bed!
If you've shopped around for sleeping bags, you've probably noticed that a lot of quilts and bags on the market have more of an hourglass (or rather half-hourglass) shape to them, like the one pictured above. The narrow foot boxes on these bags cause restriction around the legs and hips, creating pinch points that end up "grabbing" you and twisting as you move. Zenbivy Quilts are different. We've widened that all-too-commonly restricted area into a semi-rectangular shape to allow for ample space to move around freely at night.
Mystery Bungee Loops
Ahh yes, the mystery loops... We get many questions about these. Those little bungee loops are built into every Zenbivy quilt for a future product that is not yet available — A liner sheet that stays put, won’t twist, and works with the quilt flat OR with the foot box closed! The idea is that you can use it car camping, in hostels, for guests crashing, etc and simply wash the liner sheet to keep the quilt itself clean for much, much longer. Stay tuned!
Name something more cozy and comforting that pulling the covers up high and tucking in for the night... Nothing? Correct! We agree! That's why we've added a bit of extra length to our quilts along with a plush top baffle — so you can have all the comforts of home, away from home.
And there you have it, the 3 lesser known features of the Zenbivy Light Bed! Learn more about the rest of what makes the Light Bed great here. If you have any questions, we're available in the website chat box or you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're always happy to help!
To compress or not to compress? That’s the question. Compression caps (and compression in general…) are hotly debated within the backpacking community. Even the Zenbivy Team has opposing opinions on the use of compression caps.
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