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Sleeping Bag Suit: Next-Level Snuggie

by Conner Flynn
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It takes way too much effort to change into your PJs before bedtime. And just as much effort to haul your butt into the bed. Forget both of those things. This outfit combines a suit and a mattress. Tired? Just drop where you are and dream my friend.

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It is called “The King Jim wearable futon” and it’s great for people who travel and can’t bring a futon, mattress, or sleeping bag. Just wear it, and lie down. That’s it. Wear it all day if you want. Sure, people will laugh, but it’s not like they can just fall to the ground and sleep anytime they want. Suckers!

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If you’re wearing it as a coat, the bottoms can be folded up to adjust the wearable futon to your height. Sadly, the air mattress isn’t built into the back of the jumpsuit – maybe that’ll come with version 2.0.

Pretty sweet. And super stylish.

[via Dude I Want That via OhGizmo!]

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