It's a simple rain-coat. No, it's not. JakPak is the first all-in-one rain-coat, able to be transformed on a sleeping bag and even on a tent.
It's made of breathable and flame retardant materials, and it's still impermeable. According to its producers, it was created for those who love open-air activities and people who live at areas prone to natural disasters, providing comfort, safety and shelter from the natural elements of an unpredictable world.
The sleeping bag stretches from the back of the coat, and, after, you only need to make yourself comfort inside of it. To turn it into a tent, you only need to remove a kind of cap from a removable pocket at the back, integrating it to a net, in order to keep the insects away, and also optional metallic shanks which provide some kind of structural protection for the head.
Besides many pockets for arrangements and a weight not as high as compared to any similar coat, it's baggy on its three variants, in order to fit winter clothes -- which have more volume -- whether they're been dressed or been kept.
It's available in four sizes (S, M, L e XL), costs approximately $250,00 and you can choose between two bicolor combinations: black/grey or two-tone green.
It's a simple and smart design which can make happy all those campers tired of carrying that whole usual paraphernalia.