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Snugpak – Quart System

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015


The Quart System is the latest sleep system from Snugpak. Combining the Softie 3 Merlin and the TS-1 Liner and Bivvi Bag, it functions as a one or two season sleeping bag, capable of comfort in temperatures from 32°F to 23°F.

The Quart System features a waterproof housing built into the compression stuff sack. This keeps the bivvi separate after use in case it is wet, keeping the sleeping bag and liner dry. The Quart System weighs only 58oz and compresses down to a 7″ x 11″ pack size.


Snugpak Now Offering Ionosphere And Scorpion 2 In Coyote Tan

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Snugpak is now offering their Ionosphere and Scorpion 2 tents in Coyote Tan. Both the Ionosphere and Scorpion 2 both use 5000mm PU material for th efly and flooring, along with DAC Featherlite NSL poles made from TH72M anodized aluminum with pressfit connectors.

Shared features:
• Flysheet is a lightweight 210t Polyester RipStop with a 5000mm waterproof polyurethane coating
• Inner Tent constructed of 190t Nylon with 50D Polyester No-See-Um-Mesh
• DAC Featherlite NSL anodized poles with pressfit connectors
• All DAC Poles are made from TH72M aluminum
• All seams are taped sealed
• Repair Kit included


The Ionosphere is a compact and lightweight 1-person tent with a streamlined low profile design. An included full mosquito net inner can be set up and used on its own, or added to the fly when weather turns bad.

• 1 Doors
• Alloy Stakes (14 + 2 Spare Stakes)
• Available in Olive and Coyote Tan
• Pack Weight 3.34 lbs. (Fly, Inner Tent, Poles, Stakes, Repair Kit & Carry Case)
• Pack size 17”L x 5.25”D inches

Scorpion 2

The Scorpion 2 features a unique Fly-First Pitch Type Design, allowing one to pitch the fly and then attach the inner tent. This means the fly can be set up independently as a shelter.

• 1 Door & 3 Vents
• Alloy Stakes (14 + 2 Spare Stakes)
• Available in Olive and Coyote Tan
• Pack Weight 5.83 lbs. (Fly, Inner Tent, Poles, Stakes, Repair Kit & Carry Case)
• Pack size 17”L x 7.5”D inches

New A-TACS AU Camo Insulated Jackets From Snugpak

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Snugpak is now offering three new insulated jackets in ATACS AU: the SJ3, Ebony, and Vapour. These jackets are made in the UK and are available from authorized Snugpak dealers.

SJ3 and Ebony

The SJ3 is an all-weather outer shell. It features a Paratex Micro outer and Paratex Light inner to keep moisture away from the skin. The Softie Premier filling is designed to reflect and trap heat. The design of the SJ3 is tailored to fit the contours of the body. The main zip is water resistant, and a high neck design keeps out the draft.

The Ebony is temperature rated to -10C, extreme: -15C. It’s lightweight, windproof, breathable, and water-repellant. Softie deep polyester insulation reflects and traps heat. The Ebony also comes with a TS1 (Thermal Suede) collar and stuff sack for travel.


The Vapour is a lightweight, water-resistant, and breathable soft shell. It features a Paratex micro outer with TS1, which traps a layer of air inside the membrane of the jacket. Also features an integrated stow-away hood.

By: M. Keller, Staff Writer


Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

I am sure you are familiar with PROFORCE EQUIPMENT, the exclusive importer of seven brands of clothing and equipment including Snygpak, Multimat and Wildo. You’ve seen their military gear but the big story is that they are expanding civilian color options for their lines.


For example, the Wildo line of BPA-free personal campware. Notice the new colors for commercial use.


They’ve also introduced some colorful options for the multimat line of sleeping mats. Likewise, the sleeping bags are also available in red, green and blue.

Coming Soon from Snugpak – Equipment in A-TACS AU

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

We broke this story at SHOT Show, but now, A-TACS AU developer Digital Concealment Systems has released a couple of product photos from Snugpak including sleep systems and cold weather clothing.

The Special Forces 1 Sleeping Bag is Temperature rated from 41F/Low32F (5C/0C) with a pack size of only 7”x7” when fully compressed and a weight of just 43 oz. The Special Forces 2 Sleeping Bag is Temperature rated from 20F/Low14F (5C/0C) with a pack size of only 9”x9” when fully compressed and weighing just 64oz.

The Snugpak Sleeka Reversible Insulated Jacket and Salopettes are rated from 23F/Low14F (-5C/-10C) and weighing just 23 to 30oz.

Snugpak Introduces A-TACS AU

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Snugpak has added the A-TACS AU camo patterns as a color option.


See the whole Snugpak line in booth #20563 at SHOT Show.

Snugpak Adds MultiCam

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Considering the British military adopted a MultiCam derivative camouflage dubbed Multi Terrain Pattern, it’s no wonder MultiCam is becoming a big hit with UK manufacturers. Considering the US Army and Air Force have also adopted MultiCam for operations in Afghanistan under the name of OCP and that the Australians have followed suit, it’s quite simply good business. Oddly enough, MultiCam has done more to unite the English speaking militaries than anything since the adoption of 5.56mm. It seems that only Canada is the odd fellow in this one.

But I digress. UK manufacturer Snugpak has begun to introduce clothing in the MultiCam pattern. Long popular with UK and Allied Soldiers, Snugpak’s loft insulation garments compress well. The Sleeka has begun to show up for sale in a reversible MultiCam to Tan variant. Look for more garments and availability in the US soon.

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Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Wiggy's Newsletter

“In connection with Snugpak Limited Company’s defamation lawsuit against Wiggy’s Inc. and Jerry Wigutow, in Broward County Circuit Court, we are informing you that the matter has been amicably settled and we have withdrawn all references to Snugpak. Wiggy’s apologizes to Snugpak for any inaccurate information which appeared on the website or for any harm any such inaccurate information may have caused.”
Wiggy’s Newsletter Nov 2009