05.12.11 by Jeff

Poler Napsack / Giveaway

Last week I tweeted this image of myself wearing The Napsack. I was immediately bombarded by messages about it so I asked the guys at Poler if we could do a giveaway! They were stoked! So we’ll be giving away four Napsacks leading up to Christmas! Who wants the first one?

Poler Camping Stuff Booooom Giveaway napsack

polerstuff napsack

If you would like to win the first Napsack, tell me where you would go, or what you would do with it, in the comments below!

I’ll pick a winner on Friday!



Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Stephanie

    I would! I live in Africa, so I would cuddle with meerkats inside it under the stars!

    • Ana

      that’s a bunch of Timons right?, so why not Pumba too, like he smells bad and everything but he and Timon can’t be apart from eachother.

  • Pablo

    I live in Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. I would pack the napsack in my kayak, and sail the Beagle coast to Isla Redonda. I would spend one of those short night of summer there, in silence…waiting for the sun

  • I would get out of my bed earlier than usual, put this badboy on and get on with my day looking totally rad. This would continue over the next few weeks. Soon everybody down my street would start to notice, there would be a mixture jealousy and confusion. At first they would be cautious but over time i would earn their love and respect and go on to become their leader.

  • Ane

    Me ! I live in cold Denmark, always freezing ¤ I would be filled with joy ! (and warmth)

  • I am always cold —- > anger —- > depression —> and so on. If only I was WARM ! I would be Gandhi inside. A warm Gandhi. Please give me warmth !

  • Joel

    I would give this to my darling wife, and she would probably not take it off until May.

  • Oliver

    I’m still only a teenager, but I have recently had my first eye-opening and life changing experience caused by travelling when I went on exchange to France. Amongst all the things I learnt, one of them was that people can live anywhere in the world and not notice the beauty that is around them. I have come back to my home country in Australia now, and I am going to try to avoid this by going camping in a free site in a sort-of forest near a beach with a friend who holds a similar view to me as a result of an exchange as well. I could definitely make do with this comfy thing to help me through some cold (yet beautiful) nights in the outdoors!

  • Joe Gamble

    I would take it on my yearly family trip to Wales. I’ll be the jealousy of the whole of campsite when I sit down in the evening to eat the fish we caught during the day in this badboy.

  • I would do the same thing I always do: Get up, go to work, come home, go to roller derby practice. However, I’d go everywhere I go, in this rad napsack :)

  • Jesse

    I would go to the wilderness of BC MOTHAF

  • samuel

    There are plenty of places I’d like to take the Napsack, but they’re all so far away. So I’d simply take it out to my balcony so I can sleep under the stars. Camping in suburbia.

    • Heather

      I would go camping in Tofino. I’d sleep on the ground and count the shooting stars.

  • Frida

    I would give it to my father who LOVE outdoors life. I think he would take it to a forest and try to find a nice place to set a tent and then he would have make a fire to barbecue some sausages, and then, when it got late, he would have gone into the tent to sleep in his new poler napsack.

  • I would lock myself in my house and cover everything with aluminium foil, wrap my body in the napsack and pretend I’m in outer space for a whole week. To make it more lively I would also paint my cat green (alien) and only eat food that comes in tubes.

  • Me, pick me! I’m your #1 fan in the Philippines. :) If you give me the Napsack, I will show you a pic of me wearing it too (like a copycat fan haha), and of course will take it with me when I travel next to the Himalayas. Yebahhhhh!

  • rob

    The Napsack looks amazing: design and functionally speaking.
    I would give it to my friend who makes documentaries here in Bangladesh about the Ganges river. He spends most night camped along the river. He has blankets to keep him warm – but with this hot piece he’d looking rad-dadin’ cool.

    Don’t worry. I’m happy to pay the shipping cost to Bangladesh.

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  • Cole Humphries

    I would bunny hop all the way to Iceland and sleep where ever I fell down in that warm garment/sleeping device!

  • erin

    ah! this is exactly what i need. i would wear it all the time, including the most inappropriate times…why? bc why would you ever allow yourself to be without. ESPECIALLY as i prepare to move to peru. i am sure that this little number will help me survive the cool nights as i move to a traditional homestead up in the andes…

  • This is so cool!

  • I would camp out in Detroit. ☺

  • Julie

    I would take Napsack to Portland and rest in it After a long day of sightseeing and hiking!!

  • J P G

    I need one of these for my next trip to El Retamal shelter in patagonia.

    Enjoy !

  • ulli

    I want one!!!!
    I often wish I had such a thing with me when I sit on some nice spot and don’t want to go away because of low temperature.
    And I go to Skandinavia soon.
    I need one!!!!

  • I would wear it at the library while working on one of my many projects for grad school. Studyin’ in style. Ha!


    I guess I would just keep it on me, where ever I go… Gonna be a warm winter

  • Leanne

    Living in vermont I’m losing a lot of money on my heating bills, throw this on and I think I’m going to save some cash and some energy. . . win win!

  • Marco

    I would wear it to my first annual BBQ on Christmas Eve even though I live in New England.

  • Steph

    I would find my way to Iceland. Wait until the sun disappears and then watch the stars paint the sky.

  • Jason

    I would take my wife up to Upper Michigan where we sleep in the Porcupine Mountains (just got married and are in need of a honeymoon, get a way). We would share this crazy ass awesome Napsack and keep warm (she gets cold quickly). Life would be good and the whole world would be set in such a right motion.

  • Brian

    I’ll be working for a NGO in Uganda this summer and this would be quite the handy addition to my first trip to Africa. Not to mention all the future camping trips with friends I would bring it to.

  • Ack! This is amazing. I would wear this in my basement, where I do all my work, and where I constantly freeze in the winter because my house is so inconsistent when it comes to heat distribution. And since I went camping for the first time this year and loved it, maybe it’d come in handy for more future adventures? Warm future adventures.

  • It is cold outside…and in my apartment. I would wear that thing ALL the time. Also, I’m a folk musician…and if you are so generous to let me have one….I will play an entire show wearing it and submit the photo. Just picture a folky girl playing guitar and singing into a mic wearing that for an entire hour. It will be awesome.

  • Kristy

    To be honest I’d probably wear it mostly around my apartment. Montreal winters are cold but it seems like the perfect indoor parka and would definitely help deal with cold toes!

  • Straight to the couch to watch a great movie.

  • Texas

    My best friend passed away in 2008 and every once in a while, I go visit her grave for hours and I sometimes take a nap / update her on life here on earth. I’d probably use this to lay next to her since it’s getting cold. PS: I re-typed this several times to not make this sound too eerie, but it is what it is!

  • I’m currently in school in Vancouver for fashion design. My Christmas break is coming up… If I won the Poler Napsack I’d ramble my way down to Portland Oregon and convince Benji Wagner and Kharma Vella to give me an internship!


  • Ralph

    I would bring it to my christmas party, put on over mitts and unwrap stuff.

    I’d also take it outside to lay back in a quimzee.

  • I’d like to pack it in the car with the tent and the dog and head across the US, sleeping under the stars as much as possible!

  • JDiggy

    Where would I wear it? More like where wouldn’t I wear it!? I would wear it to the fireworks (staying a safe distance from explosives, of course). I would wear it to the park and laugh at my friends for being cold. I would wear it on Christmas and fall asleep after dinner while everyone else watches Dr Who. I would wear it until it rotted from my body. That’s how I roll…

  • I am currently a high school student in New Jersey and I live with my mom. She is almost 50, and she has been suffering from chronic chills since my birth. All throughout the year, regardless of the season, her chills never seem to go away. Especially at nights, even with our apartment’s heater raised to max, while I sweat from heat, she sweats from her chills. Also to mention, she is a very violent sleeper as well! So whenever I put a blanket over her during her sleep, she tends to kick it away, a bit too vigorously. I know her chills come from the inside of her body, but she always asks for more blankets while she’s asleep, and when I do, she just sleepily kicks it away! Then she starts shaking and begging for blankets, and the cycle repeats over and over again throughout the whole night. I really want my mom to be warm, or at least feel more comfort, but I can’t stay up every night to put the blanket over her! And I feel like this gift would be the perfect gift, I can ever give to her. It’s certainly going to secure her, comfort her and keep her warm and safe throughout her sleep.

  • Red

    I would wear the Poler Napsack to the local coffee shop and drink lattes spiked with bourbon while i pretend to read Jay-Z’s Decoded until mid-afternoon, when i would try to stumble home in a bourbon and coffee stained Poler Napsack.

  • I’m living in Budapest, Hungary. so I’m just standing or sitting on my balconies before daybreak, and having a big cup of coffee. that’s all.

  • I desperately need one to fulfill my dream of walking around as a living burrito.

    And because my apartment is like -10 degrees in the winter time.

  • i would trampoline in it on a foggy morning after sleeping on the roof of my van looking at the stars in my back yard. definitely.

  • I work until late in the dangerous lands of the digital animation. I normally freeze and stay up for many days without watching the sun or breathing fresh air.
    If I had the Napsack I would escape to the backyard, set an outdoors animation desk and work while watching the stars, the shadows of the trees and the howlings of the wolfs… or maybe they are just dogs. :)

  • robsen!

    haha, that reminds me of an egg cosy. perfect for the next festival in summer!!!thar beats everything..so send one to germany, please…

  • Mimi

    Ohh it looks so toasty! I’m going to visit my hometown of Fairbanks Alaska in January for the first time in 5 years and will be spending a whole lot of time in the freezing cold working with my friends dog team, she is training for the Iditarod this march! If I was given the chance to own my very own napsack, it would no doubt assist in bringing my toes and/or hands back to life after blistery days working with the huskies. I’m sure the Aurora Borealis (the northern lights for you non alaskan folk) would look incredible seen from the view of the napsack as well. :) Thanks for the consideration!

  • I live in Colorado, and camp regularly. If i went backpacking in Alaska, Europe etc, sure, I would take it. But most liking I will use in in my backyard, the Colorado Rockies. Enjoying the stars and that camp fire smell.

  • I’d go to Oregon to ride motorcycles and hang out with all my old buddies I haven’t seen in a decade.

  • Caroline

    i would watch the sunrise on my favorite cliff

  • Dude, I would put it on and head straight down the stairs.

  • If I could get my hands on this trusty number, I would travel back to Australia, complete my solo road trip down the east coast and camp with proper gear in a vintage station wagon on the shores of Nambucca Heads. There are dolphins there! Yeaaah!

  • Being a fairly recent transplant to Austin from NYC, I have little camping gear. Been caught up in the hustle and bustle of the big city and yearning to get back into open air like when I was a kid. My wife and I made the move not only for warmer days but a chance to do some exploring of the great state of Texas and venture out into a world we are unfamiliar in. We have been getting some supplies together but starting from scratch is pricy, so a helping hand with a kick ass napsack would be amazing. Plus, the napsack looks like it would scare away and defend from snakes, and the orange one seems visable from a distance if we get lost and need to be seen from a helicopter. These qualities are also something we would probably need in our adventure attire.
    Thanks for your time and keep making badass stuff!

  • Tedd

    I live in the Yukon. It is a necessity to my everyday survival that i own this sleep apparatus. I risk my life daily while taking unprotected naps in this high country.



  • i will wear it in my creaky old house, and walking in the snow to winter parties. i will wear in in the park and have a winter picnic with hot wiskeys and cookies. im in denver without a car for year #6! soo cold and snowy. <3 thx

  • Nate

    I would go to sleep:/

  • I’m moving from Brooklyn to Malmö, Sweden on Janurary 15th and a Napsack would surely keep my frail, unweathered body protected from chills.

  • I would give this Poler Napsack to my younger sister, who is a women’s ice hockey coach at Middlebury College in Vermont. She would wear it while sitting on the bench coaching young women to kick some a on the hockey rink.

  • Caty

    This is a brilliant article of clothing/sleep happiness! I would use this after (though possibly during) sledding down the Batcave* up in Pownal, VT. [*The Batcave is a sled run/driveway that twists its way for a quarter mile through the woods. By midday, one can almost make it to the main road–it’s top notch sledding.)

  • justina

    that is exactly what I need! going to study in Norway in January for a half of year! damn expensive country. and so damn beautiful! as I am only a student, that equals always have no money. so going couchsurf a lot and god knows where and how I’m gonna sleep…and it is so cold there in winter time…..can you imagine? do you really want me to freeze?do you?!


    • Ana

      well I think you should quit studying and go to Norway and protest and gather the masses because if you need a poler Napsack in norway, THEN EVERYONE IN NORWAY DESERVES ONE TOO!

  • I have quite an unhealthy obsession with Frozen Planet at the moment, so i’d travel (very lightly) with my camera and the Poler Napsack to the far reaches of the globe, tracking penguins and the elusive dulcet tones of David Attenborough.

  • I want one, I’d go camping in KY with some old friends.

  • Moi Moi! I am going to be traveling a lot this up coming spring and summer to New York and France and a ton of other places and if i need to crash on someone’s floor this would be perfect!

  • Kathy T.

    i want one, i love to travel and it would keep me warm.

  • I would go to the future with that!

    • Ana

      BUT do you have a a DeLorean DMC-12?

  • jorge

    I would go camp right out in my backyard for a whole week!!!! :D

  • Zoe

    I love this! I have a slanket, which I love, but hate having to get out from under it in order to move around. We currently have no heat in our NYC apartment, so I’d wear mine at home while making my felt creatures. :3

  • Franchesco Ramos

    Lately in Southern Cali it’s been getting COOOOOOOOOOLLLLLDDD! So what I would do with it is film my entire short wearing this awesome genius thing. As well make a cameo with it in the short. But most importantly just try to stay warm. I want this so bad!

  • I will climb up on my roof in sweden and play my saxophone wearing that

    • Ana

      This is one of my favourites :) You are awesome dude.

  • Wow…the Napsack looks amazing. I would actually use it on my sofa while watching some cheesy Christmas movie!

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  • Alexis

    WHAT? This is amazing.

    I would use this for sure all the time; lounging around the house, when I go camping, and for hanging out at the beach in the winter.

    PolerStuff, best idea ever.

    alexis ka 39 @ yahoo dot com.

  • I would take it to our crew’s next camping trip which would probably coincide with my best friend’s birthday. We may go to some beach or camping ground near Santa Barbara or maybe go further north to Big Sur. Maybe I’ll use it for the next Occupy action in Los Angeles.

  • Ana

    I am really lazy and I really love naps, so I wouldn’t go to far. to the park maybe. I don’t have anyone to cuddle with me. unfortunately. I would pretty much wear this in the house all the time too.

    Not a good answer but an honest one. And you see… Since I have no one to cuddle, since I am all alone I deserve to win this. so at least I can be a bit warm in my loneliness.


  • Stephany

    I would give it to my best friend who is a traveler with the definition is wanderlust. When she was 17 she moved out of her home and began hitch hiking and train hoping all of the country. She never has enough stories to tell and will never be finished exploring. After hearing some of her tails about having to sleep in the woods and under bridges, I know that this would be the perfect gift to give her.

  • Ana

    Well you should give it to me. But if you don’t, give it to Stephanie the meerkat girl, if she promises Pumba can go too. Or to the sax player Erik, cause he’s just simply cool.

  • Sebastian

    ##### insert well thought through fictional reason #####

    i just want one.

    they won’t fit two for some sexy time, won’t they?

  • Steph

    I so want to go to Alberta to go dog sledding, snowshoeing, snowboarding, hiking, etc. This super cool design would keep me warm. I’m also super coldblooded to begin with (some people say I have dead woman’s feet) so I would also just bum around the house like that.

  • Scott

    I would wear it to an Obama Fashion Show.

  • this is awesome. i don’t do the outdoorsy stuff too often so, really, i’d be going to the supermarket in this, or watching tv in this, OR working from my laptop in this. perhaps, the occasional snowboarding trip here and there. i definitely want!

  • TK

    Hee! It looks so cozy. I would truthfully use it when working on my laptop or lounging on the couch watching movies or playing video games.


  • taylor

    If I get picked, I’d submit a photo of me spinning pizza dough in it? Or a picture in-Napsack standing on some rocks in Idaho? Or a combination of the two?

  • If I win the giveaway, I promise to pledge that I will purchase The Napsack in Black size 5’7″ to 6’3″ tall.

    I will then give the Napsack that I won to my future wife.

    We will then make pre-marital Love to Art Tatum under the Christmas tree.

    Please make our dreams come true.

  • Taiwan/Korea/Japan/China road trip! -tys

  • Rico Macias-Zepeda

    Yes! I would take it to the top of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii, which is where I’m going to be this winter! The only place in Hawaii that it snows, unbelievably cold!

  • Carly

    I’d bundle up for late night winter stargazing.

  • Ansley

    I’ll be backpacking in Germany this spring, so I’d use The Napsack to send the trend abroad!

  • fiorella

    awesome gift! well, i would finally start camping on the beach again. enjoy the starry night season and sleep cozily under the moonlight as often as possible! send it to me, please!

  • malte

    I’d probably wear it to my next little gig in this small club where its so hot anyways…basicaly just for stylereasons, plus i won’t have to change when i get home!

  • McSly

    Why does everyone only plan on using The Napsack for crazy adventures? Of course I’d take it backpacking, but I’d also take it shopping, to spend the night with friends, parties, etc. EVERYONE would see me wearing Poler gear!

  • Karen Scammell

    I weould go everywhere in it! Even to work!

  • Juliet

    I would use it during my long winter break, when me and my friends will dragg our matrasses all over our lovely campus, either to a random unit or the quad outside, then making a huge fort out of our matrasses and order food, hold Star Wars and Quintin Tarentino movie marathons and keep each other warm during those cold winterdays in Holland.

  • toastrander

    HOLY FREAKING BALLS! I really want it :) I would climb up the tallest tree I could find and tie myself to a nice thick branch to fall asleep with the owls.

  • Jesko von Jeney

    I am from Austria….. which is well known for being cold and full of snow in winter
    and for a lack of style all over the year!
    I would love to change that. So for bringing some style to my live in Austria and to
    warm up my soul it would be so nice to have a NAPSACK.
    It would be perfect to take it with me on climbing expeditions in the Alps or
    when i do my architecture aid work in Africa. It can be sooo cold in the desert!
    I think I would keep it on for ever!!!
    Greetings from Vienna :)

  • Morgan

    I’d wear this on the tip top of pyramid peak. promsie.

  • Kirsten

    My twin brother Jimmy and I really want to go to the moon, all dolled up in matching moonboots and poler napsacks. We’d have to get all the way to the top of the moon to make it a real proper poler expedition, and napsacks would keep us cozy all the way. :)

  • Gabe Garza!

    I would wear it at Mount Gorgonio in California and sit by this one tree spot by a creek and eat some dried pineapples and trail mix!

  • Chris Fortney

    I’d probably wear it around in my apartment (and share it with my girlfriend), because we can’t afford to turn the heat on until it gets into the 30’s outside!

  • One of those napsacks would be the best gift I’d receive all year. Mainly because my workspace is FREEZING. I’d finally be able to edit photos without my hands and feet losing circulation!

  • Lyndon

    I am in the mountaineering club at my college and I also do a lot of outdoors stuff. I have been wwoofing in europe and just got back on a huge camping trip around all of cali and boy does it get cold out there. I would use this all the time while camping along with chilling while i am making art in my studio at school. I would also love to put the word out there at my next mountaineering club meeting and show everyone the cool sleep sack.


    I would sleep all around my house with my wiener dog cuddled, I would have sex with my BF, he naked, me fluffy orange or blue. I would use it to sleep on the beach, camp near volcanos, go to ballet classes, but specially just be in front of my computer and would never shower again.

  • Erin

    I would where it in Whistler while I’m waiting for my hubby to come in from a day on the slopes!

  • Staysee

    i would use it in my basement suite as a means to get out of bed and get work (starting a home based buisness) done! As opposed to staying in bed ( not productive) as a means to keep warm

  • Russell Alton

    So dope! I would use it to go snowshoeing and camping up at Crater Lake- a miniature glacial lake up in my home stomping grounds of the Bulkley Valley. It’s a long trek to get to, and not the sort of place you normally stick around.. but with that bag I could spend a day just taking pictures of the lake and the vistas that surround it! Just a few minutes more hiking from the spot gets you on top of Hudson’s Bay Mountain Glacier, full of ice caves and wonders..

  • I would go to happyland and never leave.

  • Helle

    I´d bring it up to the montains in Norway and spend the winter there. Pondering about love and the future.

  • Bren

    Heading to Tofino for Christmas, and a Mexican friend will be visiting. We will definitely be needing it there

  • Andy

    I would go back in time and pretend to be a space alien

  • janice

    I would go up whistler, bc and sleep in the snow since I’d be protected from the napsack

  • I would take my lovely girlfriend on an adventure here: http://distillery.s3.amazonaws.com/media/2011/09/28/b52d5f890dd142f7bbb2367fff26ef90_7.jpg, and we’d camp on the beach.

  • Marc Barr

    I would wear this to go see that new George Clooney movie at my local movie theatre that is always freezing. Looks like it is extra roomy so I would also sneak in my two dachshunds, a large tub of buttered popcorn, and a thermos full of gin and tonics.

  • Daphne

    I would wear this to get me through a cold Canadian winter, cuddling up with a good book.

  • Louise

    If I could bring it anywhere, I’d make a bonfire with all of my favorite people in a forest in northern Quebec. There are so many pretty little lakes surrounded by trees up there. We’d bring a guitar and tea, hang out all night and tell each other stories.

  • Ana Fernández

    I live in Chile, and I love camping with my family to take photographs on the north (extreme atacama desert) and the south (beautiful ice fields), so this is just the perfect gift to my mother that complains about our unconfortable camping beds. I didnt know that this things actually exists! What an awesome invent.


  • I would give all four of them away in Operation Stocking Stuffer. This would be received by a very thankful homeless person on the streets of Chicago’s South Side, living under the bridge community of 18th Street.

  • Alexandra Cooper

    I would do fall asleep everywhere, at random times and places, to show off my cool napsack. I’d start in the subway, to later fall asleep in a random park, and in the office. Why not. I can record & tweet my performance

  • David Cain

    I would take the knapsack wiht me to hangingstone rock in the middle of Dartmoor. It is a high point and at night in winter you can sit and watch all the lighthouses come on around the South West coast of the UK. Be cool to hunker down in one with a flask of whiskey and watch the lights.

  • stephanie

    I’m living in Mexico and despite the popular opinion that Mexico is hot, it is freezing in the evening on the Baja this time of year so I would use this snazzy piece to keep us warm and share with the kids at the orphanage the plethora of style options out there

  • Joshua

    I would give it to my girlfriend, and then she would invite me to join her in that, and we would make and play music together while enjoying the view on a big mountain in Iceland.

  • It might be easier to say where I wouldn’t go with it. And that would be nowhere. I live in Canada, Its cold here and I love camping. nuff said.

  • clif

    I work in an unbearably cold animation studio. Send it here and I can bring joy to the world’s children once again.

  • Alexandra Cooper

    I’d go E V E R Y W H E R E

  • I’d wear it to the club.

  • Lianne

    I’d love to have one!!!! Because I’m always cold because my heater often doesn’t work.. :( I could really really use one!!

  • Cale

    I will slide down staircases in it. I can do this anywhere.

  • That is a part of me. Me, myself and Nappysack.

  • My friends and I are going on a roadtrip from Orlando, FL to SF + LA to celebrate graduating from college + going to FMLYFEST! There will be camping out in the desert (hopefully we survive), climbing trees, taking photos, and being happy. This would be TOO amazing for one of our fellow travelers. YEEEEHAWWWW!

  • Kiz

    I constantly complain that i’m cold even though I live in australia! i would wear it everywhere, to work, to play, in the car! My puppy would like it too :)

  • Dear Santa,

  • I’ll go to a ice factory, and bring my stuff to the freezer, and work wearing it and take some pictures for boom.

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  • Mark

    I would never wake up cold because the landlord hadn’t turned on the heat in our old NYC apartment again!

  • chiara

    Next spring I will do a month alone in Iceland .. could be useful to don’t become a frozen Italian mozzarella! :D

  • Lilian

    I would wear it in the school library while I study for my finals.

    I really have no idea why they don’t turn down the AC in the winter.

  • mayakapouski

    I would like to sleep in my bed with it. Easy

  • Stanley

    I would like one for my trip back to Vancouver. It would be perfect for camping out in the woods on Saltspring. It would be a lovely match for my already existing poler rucksack :)

  • I would donate my Napsack to my local Occupy to help keep all of the people fighting for the rights and equality of everyone warm!

  • I would wear it all winter commuting to school… but I would probably try to wear it while riding sidesaddle on a horse, too? (…candycorn costume…)

  • Ruari m

    i’d go skiing and take it with me with the lads and i’d wear it at uni as my room and house are freeeeeezing!!!! also it might make a cool fancy dress outfit so i’d wear it out aswel!! n after an extesive workout through jrfhealth it would keep me warm and stop my muscles cramping in this weather!!!

  • rose

    I feel guilty for entering this when I already have a slanket BUT I could wear this for when I need to actually walk around and don’t feel like gathering up the whole damn studio in my SLANKET SKIRTZ as I go. I have considered sewing up the back to form a rudimentary wizard robe but I feel that this nap tube thing could be a easier and more padded alternative.

    ….London is cold, people!

  • Terry Shearn

    I would lay out and watch every winter night meteor shower.. then loosen the bottom stand on my tiptoes and dance for hours and hours under the stars.

  • Christina

    I would tie the bottom tight, get on the ground, and do the worm!

  • trust me i would go everywhere with it. ill even wear it to the bar =)

  • ireland_ireland

    I’d use it to battle the freezing Florida winters in drafty houses with no heat, defeating the two headed dragon that is my painting and graphic design double BFA. Onwards!

  • miles

    I’d be wearing it on my walk across the brooklyn bridge to work in the mornings. will you start giving away recumbent bikes? i’ll take one of those.

  • Josh

    Where would I wear it? Hell, I figure just about everywhere. With this heavily-engineered model I would probably get rid of all the bedding that I own and sleep in it every night. Actually, who would even need a bed? I would get rid of my bedding and bed. And, well, why would I even need an apartment if I had it? Yes. I would cast off my bed, bedding and apartment to roam the wild world with the comfort of a turtle knowing he carries his home with him wherever he may wander.

  • nina

    Just like you!
    I’d wear it while sitting at home working with the computer
    or sketching or sewing.nice and cosy.Yeah!

  • ailen

    yooooo lo quiero, que venga uno para el 3er mundo !!!

  • megalomonty

    I would without doubt go all Steven Seagal with that sack, fighting crimes n shit.

  • Avery Miller

    I’d wear it through airport security. then use it as a parachute if something went wrong.

  • I would take the knapsack to Chapada Diamantina, in Northeastern Brazil where there are so many beautiful waterfalls and mesas to explore. Because it’s only occasionally chilly there, I’d use the knapsack for it’s secret, unintended purpose: as a bum-cushion on the wonderful “tobogan waterfall” where you can slide into the water.

    I slid down that bad boy a bunch of times and can attest – a comfy knapsack would make it sooo much more comfortable!

    For reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faYg3fmGRtI&feature=related

  • I would go ski in the Austrian Alps! And sleep in the napsack. In my hotel room.

  • Sam

    I would call up my ex girlfriend and ask her to go camping with me again. Like we always used to do when we were happy. We will hold hands high in the mountains looking at the distant stars and listening for toads jump in the river nearby. She will shiver, and ill wrap her up in my Polar Napsack, and everything will be ok once again. That would be nice.

  • Chilling with MOTHER-NATURE. That’s what I would do!


  • i would go urban camping.

  • I would wear it in the snow at my outdoor photography shoots! And then! And then, I would make a deliciously warm cup of tea.

  • If I had one of these, I would venture out of bed.

  • Ruari m

    firstly i’d book that skiing holiday with the lads just so i’d have a mint reason to wear it… id even ski in it!!! then it would defo come back to uni with me as my house and bedroom is freeeeeeezing!!!! i could do everything in my house in it, and i would probably defo sleep in it!!! finally after an extensive workout with jrfhealth id put it on afterwards so my muscles stay warm and don’t go into cramp!!! x

  • Adam Rabb Adam Rabb

    I would first take it home. Then i would put it on. I would probably make breakfast (am or pm of the day doesn’t madder). Finally, get wrestled out of it during nappy time so my “girlfriend” Shannon could claim it for herself and be the rightful owner of it just so she could do the exact same with it.
    Which is my exact plan if i win one because i know how badly she wants one. I am also going to Mexico for christmas and i just thought now, how ridiculous would it look walking through customs in that?… This will also happen if i’m chosen as a champion.
    Thanks booooooom hoster.

    ps. you should get your hands on a Thuggie. MuchoCumfito. http://www.thuggies.ca/welcome/#axzz1fhBk8ymA

  • Lucas

    “torres del paine” in chile

  • I would wear it all year, while doing my Final Year Dissertation! My room is so so (SO) cold back in Carlisle! :)

  • jim

    I would use it practically: to sleep in. I know that’s not a very creative answer, but I would use it SOOO much.

  • I would give this hot-rod of a blanket-sleeping bag-jacket-thing to my Mom. She is always so freaking freezing. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and I think she has the blood of a lizard. This would warm her reptile blood, I’m sure.

  • siri

    i’d go nuts.

    no, seriously.

    it looks like a perfect outfit for working on an architecture project late at winter night in a bad insulated student room.

  • Fay

    I’d wear it whilst shut away working on my final year illustration degree so I can stop freeeezing in this student house, and look super cute and cosy :D

  • Sarah

    Finally something I can use to make my world a better place. Finals? Tolerable. On line at the DMV? No longer so bad. Dentist? It’s like a vacation. Grocery shopping? Those freezer sections don’t bother me. Got too wild at the holiday party? I’m already set to brave out tomorrow. Clearly crafted from the finest materials I’d take my napsack
    everywhere, and share the warmth with my pug, Moggie.

  • in summer i’m leaving the UK to travel from New Orleans across the desert, up the West Coast and into Vancouver and probably set up a new life there. Along the way there’s gunna be some cold nights looking up at a whole new set of frightening stars, it’d be nice to be snug on the way to setting up a new life.

  • Alexander

    I would go home and never use the heat again.

  • Grace

    Currently, i’m in art school in Brooklyn… I have 27 hour days and generally only fall asleep accidentally. This napsack would be perfect to not only keep me warm, but to provide a nice bed for those times when I fall asleep on my floor, in class, in the workrooms, or on the subway. :)

  • Grace

    Currently, i’m in art school in Brooklyn… I have 27 hour days and generally only fall asleep accidentally. This napsack would be perfect to not only keep me warm, but to provide a nice bed for those times when I fall asleep on my floor, in class, in the workrooms, or on the subway. :)

  • Norah

    I turn 60 this year and am planning a once-in-a-lifetime journey to Yellowknife come summer.
    If you pick me I will send you a photo of myself in my Poler Napsack basking under the midnight sun!

  • My god, you’ve gone and made a camper’s snuggie. I’d sleep in it on top of my truck, while ignoring the taunts from others.

  • Ajay

    I would teach calculus in it!

  • I live here, in Ohio. I’m from Chicago, right next to Lake Michigan, I truly miss the water. If I had a Poler Napsack, I would travel out to Lake Erie and spend a weekend on one of the small islands in the Lake. There are several islands with populations of 500 people or less, and just camping out on the beach, waking up on the water like the children from Lord of the Flies, it would just be “majic”. In my on time (i.e. the rest of the winter that I have to work), the nap sack would fit over my current winter attire as I am a current 365/24/7 bike rider no matter what the weather. The draw strings at the bottom of the nap sack would allow my legs enough room to move, while still staying warm.

  • Susan

    My studio is unheated and can get friggin’ cold in the winter-I would SO wear this to work in my studio!

  • Liam Alfred Clark

    Doesn’t matter where. Fillin it with kittens.

  • I’d wear it in my car, which has no heater. :(

  • I live in Minnesota it’s colder here most of the year – is that a good enough reason to with this awesome product?!

  • Ian


  • I would definitely live in it at least 6 months a year!

  • Daniel

    I’d use it to keep warm while I film mountain lions at night up at Lake Tahoe next week!

  • i would recover all the stuff in my house with aluminium foil and pretend i live in a spacestation

  • I would wear the orange one on camping/hiking adventures in the mountains of East Tennessee. During hunting season, blaze orange gear SAVES LIVES. I’ve never seen a deer wearing an orange Napsack…. yet.


  • chris

    Want want want… I camp all over southwestern BC, so this would gets tons of use. Love the Poler gear, so slick.

  • Andrew

    I would occupy it. #occupyknapsack

  • Where!? It’s obvious.
    As a young artist, who has just finished his studies I have to live and work in an attic, where it gets pretty cold in winter. I live in Poland, so it’s like really, really cold.
    I also go very often to Ukraine. If you know how the trip looks like :) You get on the bus, which is full of smugglers and incredibly cold, no heating device. Sometimes you have to wait a few hours (up to 5-6 hours) on the border, so the customs officials have time to check the bus and take all the illegal cigarettes and alcohol out…
    I’ll just use to not to get so incredibly cold!
    I know… I’m an egocentric egoist ;)

  • This napsack would primarily be for late night rootopery. This seems like just the thing I need for lying on the rooftop in all four seasons.

  • Pick mE!!!!!!!!!!!Its so cold here!

    • oh i want to go to see “Falling Water” in Pennsylvania!

  • marta capdevila

    es perfecto para levantarme de la cama… y seguir soñando despierta.

  • Brent

    I would love a napsack for my cross country trip taking place in late January. I will be touring the country in an ice cream van looking for a new place to move my paleta biz.

  • Tom Conrad

    I would travel the world stopping at diner to diner to write my book on clubhouse sandwiches from around the world. ONLY I would have mad street cred cause of my completely awesome/warm napsack! Ppl would ask me what I’m about.. but I don’t speak their language!

  • i’de set my tent up in my backyard right away, and break that puppy in!
    *and then wear it to work the next day.

  • I would put our tent up on our trampoline in the backyard and my daughter wife and I would go backyard camping!

  • Matt Smith

    Dang those look cozy. I’ll tell you what I’d do if I won a Poler Napsack. I would immediately put it on after finding the box on my doorstep in rainy Olympia, Washington. I would then march down to the Occupy Movement, and find myself joining thousands of protesters at the State Capitol Building . Cover stories would show images of those opposed to budget cuts, outraged, hundreds of freezing protesters, and among them, one bright orange Poler Napsacked happy camper, drinking coco.

  • Jabo

    I would ride my bike wearing this in the dead of winter ( it may be difficult but I love a challenge). I would start a bicycle gang – riding through the streets of St. Louis, all wearing one of these as our identifier. And then, we could start a social movement campaign. And then. . . well, I’ll stop there.

  • Kyle

    Iceland, no doubt

  • Lorene

    I’m going to take it with me on my bike trip next summer where I will be biking along the whole entire Oregon coast! I’ll sleep in this bag and then wake up and walk around the campsite. I can even start my fire with while wearing this sleeping bag. This sleeping bag is going to be perfect for the summer!

  • Connor

    i would hitchhike and couch surf up the california coast and never take it off. not even to bathe.

  • MountainDrifter

    I would wear it in style around the forestry station or in the field after a long day on wildfire. Also would be a great addition to my pack for some free time mountain driftin.

  • coloramama

    would stay at home forever :)

  • Fred

    I would wear mine to Zucotti Park for Occupy Wall Street. Since sleeping bags are no longer allowed in the park, this is the perfect alternative. Unzip the arm holes, open up the bottom, hike it up to your knees and if the officer tells you “No sleeping bags”, simply answer: “This is not a sleeping bag officer, it’s a knapsack, it’s more like a jacket than a sleeping bag”. Warm and sweet dreams under an office-building-lit-sky!

  • Connor

    That napsack would be on my body as soon as it arrived at my door, and I would go where any normal napsack wearing guy would go: to propose to his girlfriend.I think it’s suitable attire for a life long commitment.

  • Matt H

    I’d pass it on to my perpetually-freezing girlfriend as an early Christmas gift, and she’d love me forever.
    Except, there’s an excellent chance I’ll come up with an absurdly improbable excuse to “borrow that back real quick” and hop a flight to somewhere with seasonally appropriate snow accumulation. Maybe I’ll even smuggle her along with me.


  • hayley
  • jaime

    Indian arm!

  • // I would wear this on the beach, which since I live in Brighton, consists entirely of large pebbles n’ small stones. I’d be cozy & well cushioned during winter days & summer nights, because the UK never gets that warm!

  • Betty

    I would wear it at home to save my energie bill!

  • Donna

    i would wear it to the college wear i work cuz my office is freezing!!!! just think, all the college students would go mad over it.

  • I would stop modeling my jogging pants on the couch, and switch to modeling this. Otherwise I would sleep by the river ready for first light in the morning.

  • Matthew Curran

    I would wear it outside my ex girlfriend’s apartment while I lay down on the sidewalk yelling for her to take me back.

  • i’d venture out my front door, down the street, through the wooded plot, across the corn field and squat my secret urban campground for my year’s first winter camp extraordinaire.

  • Sam

    I would wear it to my Monday morning college classes, if I’m going to be half-asleep anyway, I might as well be comfortable!

  • I’d occupy my couch.

  • i could wear the napsack and play a song on my violin for you

  • Christopher Vicente

    I’d store it at the rooftop of my work building… so i can take naps during my break!

  • Banana Foster Wallace

    I would crash the set of a kids show with a bottle of whiskey in hand wearing nothing but The Napsack. Before being hauled off by security I will have pushed the stage manager down and circled them a few times splashing hootch on them whilst singing “Hey Jude”. (just the Na, na, na, na part.)

  • I’d take the napsack into outer space, a space suit would never be needed. I’d hide all my real food inside the warm pockets so I’d never have to eat SPACE GOOP

  • I would probably jump on a fainting goat and head north from Atlanta. The end game would be Alaska or North Carolina. The goat and I would tear up the AT trail. We would stop along the way to see Outlier and perhaps the White House. Beer with Obama, dancing with Michelle. I would sleep near the Niagara on my trip across to the odd Canadian. I would drink in Hampton and then keep drinking to Barrow Alaska. I would then sell my fainting goat to buy a ticket to Hawaii.

  • eggniq

    i will give it to my girl friend for the winters! because she sits at home and works all day. me!me!

  • Joshua Tree!

  • Camilla

    It is the 23rd of December: I just watched my 4 year old son unpack an early Christmas gift: His first telescope for watching stars. It is way past his bedtime – Together we make hot cocoa. I am more psyced than he is, and he cannot stop talking, about stars and the universe and infinity – he counts infinity. We find our old ladder and climb on the roof. Our roof is in Denmark and flat, and we can see the ocean from our roof. We can also see Sweden. We both crawl into our Poler Napsack and test the telescope for watching stars.

    Although we won’t be watching for stars tonight…

    We are looking for Santa Claus. And while we are looking, we are warm, in our napsack, drinking hot cocoa. While waiting we see shooting stars – every time we both wish for Santa to stop by our flat roof. We will be sitting on the roof until my boy cannot kep his eyes open any longer, and falls asleep, still talking and counting infinity. It is the best Christmas ever.

  • Rapolas

    I’d go for a trip afoot to Lithuanian country for a search of a land to buy and build a house and to move there from the city.

  • joey

    i’m going on a semester abroad to study photography in antactica, it would be a blessing to have this

  • Fanelle

    Alaska. Remake Into the Wild, and hopefully, won’t eat the wrong plant.

  • I would, now I would actually do this, sleep in it every night while Tree-planing the British Columbia interior, wake, loosen the leg holes walk to the eating tent, and effectively never get out of bed while being a productive member of society. I would never again feel like a naked banana, peeling my only warm protective layer away!

  • I just graduated from Photography, and have no money for clothes.
    As such.. I would wear it almost all the time, 7 days a week. On the tube, train, driving, walking in the snow, cooking.
    I would also stitch some pockets to the inside so that I could carry biscuits

  • peripheral

    i would go to our basement…put on the napsack…and then proceed to work my two youngest daughters into the mix so we could take a nap together. just me and my snuggle buddies in the napsack. a great family moment.

  • I would make a HUGE orange ice lolly and give him happy donut eyes and a slurpy chocolate mouth. I would make him wear the napsack as I take him out for an afternoon walk here in Madrid, enjoying the jealous looks of the neighbours and wolf-whistles of the builders. Then, that night, I would put him to bed and cuddle and cuddle and cuddle him, holding him tighter and tighter, squeezing and stroking and smothering him with my love. He will melt, melt, slowly, sickeningly. As the last of his sweet juices pour out of the arms of the napsack, I will immediately put it on and roll around on my bedroom floor, weeping, whilst covering myself in his runny remains. And I shall never take the napsack off, ever again. Please, let this happen.

  • imogen

    travel in very public transport possible – being at uni i use public transport every day and this would totally be a life saver on those travels daily!

  • I’m fron Reunion Island, but now i’m in this cold city cold Paris. so I’ll wear it at home, when it’s rainy and cold outside, like all the time, and maybe trying to make a double one with my lover, Or doing the Lamasticot with my roomate.

  • Gabrielle

    i would wear it in my freezing apartment, take it camping with me, and just be all-around puffy and comfy

  • I would put myself into every time I can, just to honor it. Well, also because it’s seems warm, comfortable, and…Oh god thanks! They finally invented the napsack we were all dreaming about.

  • Shannon Rose

    i would wear it to the forest and chill with the owls :)

  • Adam Rabb Adam Rabb

    I would first take it home, make breakfast ( no madder the time because whoever says that “breakfast is for the AM only” is a square.) Then I’d probably be woken from a slumberous nap by my girlfriend Shannon and wrestled out of my cozy cocoon. I know how much she has wanted one since she heard of this warm contraption.

    PS. You should slip into a Thuggie. I heard there pretty rad as well.

  • dan

    with everyone composing such beautifully considered reasons why they should have this piece of brilliance, this may seem a little trivial…Our house is so bloody freezing that I would, without doubt, give it to my poor suffering girlfriend as an apology for my not having a job that pays enough to allow me to put the heating on! For her sake pick me.

  • KT

    I spend on average 30 nights in a tent every year. I absolutely love camping… the only problem is that I’m always cold. This would make sitting around the campfire extra super awesome. And make sleeping in my hammock tent really cozy.

  • ADE

    if i had one, i would wear it when i slept so i could then donate all my blankets and sleeping bag to more cold people, and we could all build a huge blanketfort

  • Francesca Santi

    To be honest, if I won the napsack, I would spend all day rolling down hills in it while singing ooh la la by the faces.

  • marie

    I will give it to my lovely husband for Christmas!

  • I would make art in it on my couch.

  • jaycie

    i would go camping with my dad.

  • I will go on the Mountains, far from lights and I’ll sleep under the stars!

  • I’ll go far from lights on a mountain and I’ll sleep under the stars!

  • i would use it to go camping in the rockies at this great getaway in the rockies. I forget the name of it, but its so lost in the mountains phones don’t work there. Horses on chariots take your baggage to the hotel and you live in this communal lodge for a little bit. I would love it!

  • michael lewis

    Do you know how bad men are at buying Christmas presents? Do you have any idea how rough it is for my partner to be a Canadian in winter when her hands are so cold she can dip her finger in your scotch if you’ve run out of rocks? This is the perfect gift for that gal of mine. No I’m afraid it wont’t be going to white Horse of Thawsome Creek but I guarantee it will get more use just moving from the bedroom to the wood stove than your average nordic run.

  • Berry

    I sleep in a tent. Inside my room. Have been sleeping in my tent ever since I got this room. Don’t think I’ll ever get sick of living in a tent. But yeah, a napsack would fit the atmosphere perfectly!

  • Flora

    I’d go to Amazonia’s rainforest; where camping means to sing along with colorful birds, while escaping crocodiles.

  • ERIC

    I’d probably just relax and be all cozy in it or whatever

  • Holden

    I’d get myself to Chile and moto through the mountain sides.

  • Adam wants this

    I Would chill around in it, go to school, in it, skate in it, maybe even surf in it….. I dont know exactly what id do with it but i can assure you it will be used, so hook me up please!

  • Tali

    What a dangerous thing to own! I almost hope I don’t win this so that I’ll be forced to be a successful member of society…I don’t think I would ever take this thing off. Although I think I could come to terms with being that weird kid who shuffles through the grocery store wearing the napsack and slippers. Yes. I easily could accept that.

  • Since Orange is the national color of The Netherlands, I would wear the Orange Napsack during one of our great but too cold and rainy summer festivals!

  • kevin

    I would give it to my little sister who is 7 months pregnant and lives too far away.

  • Bryan Prater

    I would infiltrate the Canadian border.
    Gain control of the peoples trust. Then force all the beautiful women of Canadia to cuddle with me.

  • I would take it on my canoe trip down the Delaware this summer!

  • Dave

    I would roll down my stairs in it and then fall asleep at the bottom in warm comfort.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5zImQv3LFA&feature=g-upl

    Here is the video of me smoking in “KAZGEGHI” (post soviet republic of Georgia)along with this astonishing landscape, I know I won’t get that POLER stuff, even if you choose me, ‘coz I live somewhere you may never heard about.

    But if there was any chance of getting POLER, I would definitely go there again..

  • Winter in Quebec is so cold. I’d just spend ALL my winter wearing this. Especially in class. My University keeps ignoring heating…

  • James Fantini

    If you would give me this nap-sack, I could go to sleep in it…on the couch….that would be great…

  • Andrea

    I live in Northern Ontario in the summer, right out there in the bush. This would be perfect for clear nights lying out looking at the stars. With this on, I could stay out there for hours and pretend time was standing still.

  • benjamin

    having this napsack would provide me with the luxury of never putting clothes on. It’s my dream.

  • august

    Just recently, the university I attend was ‘taken over’ by a mammoth university. This year they opened a brand new “state of the art” building, which is great for all the courses that the school is known for (fashion).

    However, sadly for us, the Painting studios have been relegated to the basement, where we have no heating, and are not allowed to use Oil paints as they are a health and safety hazard.

    We’re also not allowed to make any mess.

    One of these bad boys would make a day in the cave enticing!

  • Fay

    I would wear it for Halloween next yr and tell everyone I’m supposed to be an orange Popsicle.

  • Bendique

    I would give it to my girlfriend, so her never ending flu, caused by a badly isolated building complex, might indeed end.

  • Carla

    I would wear it to a self portrait! & I would call my heating company and request for my heat to be turned off, save me some bills! The real question should be, where cant you wear the napsack to? I can only imagine all the fashion statements i could make with it. Its a beautiful & glorious object!

  • i would probably go to a parking garage in atlanta and hit golf balls into some far away grassy knoll and drink beers with that on.

    maybe stream the special occasion to the world


    I would wear this everyday in my apt without heat and keep myself, kitten, and boyfriend extra warm !!! What a wonderful thing!

  • Terrah

    My boyfriend is a Youth Wilderness Counselor . I would gift him the napsack for the Winter Overnights in the woods because can’t afford his own and I care about his extremities being cozy enough!

  • Sean

    I would become a human snowball. end.

  • mitch

    Blueberry Point for sure. I would go to Blueberry Point and set up camp for our third annual axe games championships.

  • I would use this delightful Napsack to supplement my poor college student lifestyle in the very cold state of Iowa. In true college student style, my roommates and I refuse to turn the heater on for any temperature above keeping the pipes from exploding. It makes living in our home as cold as Narnia in the Hundread Years Winter. With this Napsack, I would be one happy, warm Iowa girl.

  • jake Dockter

    I could lie and tell you I would wear it sailing down from Portland to Mexico.
    Or I could tell you I would carry this on my hike from the Canadian border to the Atlantic.
    But really, I will probably curl up in my living room with that gorgeous thing and read, work or stay around the house cozy and stylish, merely dreaming of adventure.

  • Kubejubely

    I would call a game of hide-and-seek and wear it in the fridge, keeping warm and disguising myself as a massive carrot.

    • Kubejubely

      Seriously though, I have Raynaud’s Phenomenon, meaning that my extremities cannot keep warm and are usually the temperature of icicles. Also it would save me from having to do jumping jacks every hour on the hour just to stay warm.

  • Easy, I would use it to play dragon-worm with my five year old and my two year old. They are no match for the giant rolling plush swishy swashy worm of doom. NO MATCH.

  • Jerrrrrry

    i would fill it with newspaper and light it on fire

  • Manuel Park

    We live in Canada and go camping often. I would give this to my girlfriend and she would never take it off until Spring. Where else can you get these?! So Awesome.

  • Casey

    I would dream in it!

  • Well I’d slip that puppy on and slide on down into a mole hole for tea time

  • I’d go to my old home town roller skating rink, do some laps and then make my old 6th grade self proud by getting down and doing the worm, like all the cool kids back in the day.

  • I would wear it in my studio while working on the computer, and then out on our city’s western promenade to watch stars over the ocean. It’d be beautiful, and I could share it with my love and gaze out into space…

  • me me! i just moved to minneapolis by my lonesome this fall and it’s getting super cold! i would wear this every day in my apartment while i work and bundle myself up! xo

  • Melissa E

    I think I could go from computer desk to couch (that’s on a different floor) to in front of the media center. Is that far enough? It snowed for the first time tonight… I can’t be expected to go out in that.

  • I would take it on a train hop backpacking trek to Nether Regions America.

  • Lucas M

    I’d wear it at church

  • Reese

    I’d dye my hair green and fulfill my dreams of becoming a living, breathing, man sized carrot. But in all seriousness, me and my girlfriend both have never gone camping before, and we’re thinking about making an honest attempt come Spring. This would be a (pretty awesome looking) step in the right direction.

  • Happy Holidays BOOOOOOOM! I recently had to relocate to a freezing area for my work (the one that pays the bills) and could definitely use this for all of my late night blogging (and freezing!) Cheers!

  • kim

    i would love to go back to my homestate of north dakota and cozy up with that on my friend’s screened porch, drinking cider and dancing to feist by the moonlight!

  • Robert Marohn

    Would love to wear this at every occasion, and would also like to film a skateboard/ski video in and with it! Perfect for every event, please hook me up!

  • Me me! Being a freelancer it would be perfect for my 24/7 job hours in fort of my computer haha! :P

  • Amber M

    I am a Phoenix girl. Born and raised. I just moved to Albuquerque to pursue my masters degree in special education and am currently a first year teacher in an autism classroom. Today I had my first snow day. My school and the university was closed. This was so new to me and it blew my frozen mind. So, to answer the question, where will i go with this marvelous warm cocoon? The answer is, where will I not go?

  • Kristy

    In my basement. In Winnipeg. With mittens!

  • couch.coffee.book.headphones.

  • Karla

    I would go to Turner Falls in Oklahoma, and camp out. :)

  • joseph

    I would set up a room in my house just like in the photograph at the top of the page. Then I would take a picture if myself staring at a computer and send it in to the booooooom remake project… that would be so cool

  • I’ve always wanted to go camping in Norway :)

    I live in Vancouver and my house gets sooooo cold in the wintertime, i usually walk around with a blanket literally tied around my neck all day. My roommates make fun of me and say that i look like an old Russian woman. This would let them make fun of me for different reasons, but at least I would be cozy as hell.

  • Everett

    On some rocks by Glady Creek in Red River Gorge

  • Everett

    In my studio at Kenyon College, Gambier Oh.

  • Marie

    I live in Boston, the land of sports fans and road rage. I have been itching for a spontaneous road trip to (?). (planning the destination would defeat the purpose of it being spontaneous, no?) So I’ll be setting sail in my toyota matrix (named keanu) and seeing where the wind blows. 100% west as keanu cannot swim, thus making an Atlantic crossing highly unlikely. Napsack would certainly kick start this adventure and make it a whole lot cozier.

  • LP

    I would wear it any time I go on an adventure to a cold place and every day when I move to the Northeast. As a Texan, I’m a baby about the cold.

  • Kevin

    I’d take it with my sweetie on our Yosemite trip and see if we both fit inside. She’s short, I’m tall and skinny. Hey, it’s worth a try, right??

  • Camping to of North-Israel,this little warm thing would be perfect,perfect,perfect!

  • MAriel

    I would take it to space, spend eternity literaly- under the stars.I heard it’s chilly out there…

  • Alice

    I would use this to keep me cozy for the frequent overnighters at architecture school…

  • vicky

    I would use it to strike against the spanish government, to campa in the center of barcelona, and if the police comes I wont be delayed to run. I could run with my rucksack on! PERFECT

  • Zoe

    I would put it on right away for the next time one of my friends says something funny This will assure that I will be ready to assume the position of ROTFSLIMN (Rolling On The Floor Safely Laughing In My Napsack) as opposed to ROFL(Rolling On the Floor).

  • Taylor

    I would wake up in it, slide real fast down the stairs, find out I have no bacon in the fridge and head straight to the local shop to get supples in it. I would then hop back in it, cook bacon and eggs to then sit eating in front of the tv whilst I watch my face flick Into The Wild in my cocoon of warmth.

  • To be honest, i’d just wear it at home, so I could lay on the floor and not be cold and browse the internet.

  • mcs

    I would live in secret in a sleeping bag store, sack my flat and use the rent-money on stuff that wouldnt do me any good. true story.


    I would go straight outside with my husky-mix dog, since her tolerance for cold is much greater than mine. Sprawl out on the beach, cozy up, while she chases whatever I throw for her… Amazing.

  • Angela Murphy

    Cool!!! I would wear it to work. My desk is right next to a drafty window and our boss is really tight when it comes to the heat bill. :)

  • Saule Gimzunaite

    I would stay in it all the winter searching Booooooom and drinking hot chocolate! xx

  • georgia

    ME! This is amazing. This would be sent to my boyfriend who is currently in Canada on a working holiday. I think this would come in handy to keep him toasty during our late night chats :)

  • Mihai

    Here it is:
    I would sleep in it every night for as long as I can (as I have done in my old sleeping bag, at home, or at a friend’s place, or in the woods, etc.). I live in Romania, so I will go to the Carpathian Mountains (Bear Grylls was there for an episode) and go wild and live wild (also with pictures for proof and memories). :)

  • A good woodsman needs good equipment. I’d use it for a layer in my sleeping bad for Winter adventures, instead of an old WWII wool liner I currently use. But who knows, maybe I’ll just sit around in it and stay warm/ look awesome.

  • Oscar Chavez

    I would wear this thing on the 40 degree below zero winter nights in Chicago ! I need something because this winter is supposed to be the worst one ever !

  • I would build a fort out of Pink glitter donuts.. Sprinkle them with snowish powder sucre to create a winter landscape.. put on my napsack and lay in the fort and eat everything from the inside. After that i will fall asleep in my cozy warm napsack.
    And dream about napsack land.


  • Joyce

    I’d sit at home all day with a cup of hot chocolate, my laptop and wearing the napsack and just spend a nice cozy day at home :) cause seriously…im just lazy

  • Everywhere! Camping, on the train, in a plane. In my backpack. On a board, in the woods.
    Yaaay for Poler and yaay for Booooooom!

  • Hi! I am going to Nepal with my dad in April. It is the first trip we are taking together and we are staying in tents for 2 weeks. This would come in pretty handy for that trip!

    Thank you :)

  • Judy


  • Steven J Read

    Oh, this would make the perfect gift for my wife. See, we live in Duluth, MN, currently a balmy 10 degrees fahrenheit, this is warm for our winters. If I could give this to her for Christmas it would make both of our winters. She could be snug and warm in her napsack and I could, for the first winter in eight years, have one of the ten plus blankets that she normally takes to stay warm under for myself. The napsack would also be great to take on our trips out into the cold winter drives through Minnesota. It could be the difference between life and death if we were to ever get stuck in the snow and what better place to be than snug inside of a warm Poler Napsack when the thunder blizzard strikes again!

  • rs!

    I would try to slide down an icy hill with it!
    and maybe break a speed world record!

  • I would wear it to work. I work at an outdoor market 5 days a week and that thing would make my days so much easier!

    If I could travel I’d take it to Reykjavik!

  • stephen martin

    i live in northren ireland and its aways cold even in the summer so i think i would wer it all year round + it looks really cool

  • If I had a napsack I would no longer be recognisable, the fibres would fuse to my body from over-use, it would start to have a slight tramp-like scent to it as it becomes my daywear, nightwear, goingoutwear and underwear, people would stop and stare as the orange-tinged squishy girl walks down the road to the beach, I would swim in it, it would be wet, then dry crisp to my skin as I squidge up against the radiator in it, the napsack and I would become one, an all-moving, all-comforting, all-stinking cosy-entity of orangeness. YUM.

  • Tristan

    I would wear it when camping in the Ozarks!

  • betibup

    I would use it to have a bier on the beach, nights on the beach are pretty cold, and you always get troubles to find woods to keep the fire on! that’s the perfect solution for my dreamed nights!

  • I’d go to a costume party and win its contest after naming myself the Coziest Giant Condom Ever. :)

  • Marty

    hahaha, when i was a kid my sister and i used the slippery side of a sleeping bag to slide down the stairs and we always ended up hurting our butts or smacking our heads off something… So this would probably be fun too.

  • ross

    I’m not sure if you noticed, but the blue one bears a striking resemblance to a penguin. I’m an ecologist, and if you give the Napsack to me, I’ll use it to blend in with the antarctic fowl and map their seasonal migrational patterns.

  • amir

    I would give it to my mother as a gift.

  • I would use it in my dreams since i didnt won it yet!

  • Katie

    I want to go everywhere in this thing.

  • Katherine

    I would send it to my dauhter as a Christmas present. She grew up in the Caribbean, and moved from Barbados to the USA in April. This is going to be her first winter in New York, and the napsack looks perfect- she can still paint, type, sketch, design….but be warm! I love it. :)


  • Kim

    Ooooo this looks so cozy and warm. I’d never take it off (and be really dirty, smelly, etc., but WARMTH).

    If I won, I’d finally take that trip to the north of Norway to see the Northern Lights!

  • teresa marie

    I would wear it on my morning commute in Chicago. This is my first winter in the midwest (I’m from Texas) and I’m scared.

  • Jake C

    I’d head up and down a few Westcoast Trails

  • I’m not really complicated, I’d definitely use it to sit out by the fire pit w/ the dog, drinking tea and watching the sky, the trees, the birds…

  • Jay

    I would go to my computer chair from my bed, and use the Internet while sitting in said chair.
    No frontin’.

  • Aimee

    Until I save enough money to travel, I would probably camp out in my studio more often. Stay up late finishing projects and still wake up refreshed and ready to start again. I would also probably sleep on my roof overlooking the river.

  • I would take it on and then go and/or jump and/or dance in happynessto my sofa, and then sit down with a good book. From time to time I would walk and/or jump and/or dance to my kitchen to make a cup of coffee. Then I would walk and/or soft-jump and/or slow-dance back with my cup to the sofa to continue reading.

    As the winther has started here in Denmark, there would be absolutely no reason to go outside. And I would finally be a bit more happy, because my cold flat wouldn’t be a problem any more.

    Ps. I guess that I from time to time would practice some ninja skills in it as well.. hija!

  • margo

    I hate having the heat on at home, but I want to stay warm! This is the perfect thing for getting stuff done around the house, without the feeling of having to get out of bed. want!!!

  • Stuart Hurt

    I am just finishing the grueling process of applying to Architecture Graduate Programs. I’ve been inside, funless, for several months. If I win the napsack I’ll use it while crashing on friends’ couches and in my tent as I roadtrip from Alabama to New York to San Francisco back through New Orleans

  • eda

    i would sleep outside in the balcony, and then in the garden, and then on the lawn furniture changing my place every night during the summer but always finding a position that i could see the stars till i dozed. and in the morning i would have my headphones lost in the hood.

  • Annika

    I would wear it at school and at home to brave the Minnesota cold and have adventures.

  • It’d be perfect to wear at my desk, while drawing and painting!

    It’s hard to keep warm in the winter here. I’d deem it my art cocoon. <3

  • Sophia

    After I won the Napsack I would go back in time, try out for Trek at PW, get in and go on wonderful adventures with my new and old friends. They would all be so jealous of my Napsack… ah, yes…

  • Lucia Reinoso

    For being such warm, I would leave my home for not paying the rent, sell my car and be used only bike, I would have my food inside to keep them to a good temperature and would introduce to my lovers on it so his body heat, never get missing.


  • Dustin

    I would go skydiving in this bad boy

  • Gretchen

    I’d like to try biking to work in it. I live in Toronto and the streetcar makes me late all the time! I want to be on time and arrive in style. On my bike in a Napsack.

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    I recently moved to Portland, OR from sunny California and I will surely die without this sleeping bag!!!

  • Edgar Mendoza

    Just put on the napsack and watch Saturday morning cartoons.

  • cj


  • david strong

    I would sleep in it every night, then keep it on when I play with my daughters–I’m a stay at home dad with two girls under two!

  • I want one! Los Angeles, would be awesome, I could wear it while I roam the studio. So functional, I want too!

  • Chelsea

    I’d definitely wear it to work first- it can get pretty cold in the studio- my co-workers would be jealous, I’m sure.

  • johnny

    yo! i would go solo camping with it quite often here in utah and i need a new sleeping bag real bad!!! please oh please make me a happy christmas sleepin bag wearing utahn dude.

  • Adriana

    I would go and browse through boom wearing it and surely draw with it and create wearing it all the time during the cold winter.

  • i SO would!

    id leave it in my car (which i dubbed zazu) trunk cause youll never know when youll need it! like if i randomly spend the night at a friends house or on a hiking trip or at a park when i go star gazing for hours on end…even for those long bonfire nights! or those spontaneous trips to where ever my heart desires because i just wanna get away and stay cozy!

  • Oguzhan Toy

    I would really want to visit all of Europe. It would be with Interrail (that is a train-vacation for young people traveling from country to country). I live in little Denmark so i would start in Germany and then France, UK, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece and the last destination would be Turkey. My parents are from Turkey and i really love it there. I have my family there and i have not seen them in a long time. I could use the Poler Napsack, when i would be sleeping in the Interrail-train at night. And i also want to sleep out in the beautiful European nature.

  • kimbo nice

    i’d be in that thing all day everyday sleeping where ever needs my snoozing.

  • My fiancee is from a really cold area from Spain (I promise it IS really cold in there, I once fainted when in the midst of a cold-wave they took me to visit the basement of a church. It was minus a lot degrees!); needless to say, I’m from nearby the sea and don’t do cold. We have lived together forever but still disagree about when to switch on or off the heating. This would help! Thanks!

  • I would paint myself orange, put on the napsack, and then sneak onto Sesame Street on Letter ‘N’ Day to dance a merry jig with Big Bird and sing a song about numbers, ninjas, narwhal, noses, Norway, nymphs, and of course Napsacks!

  • I’d go tobogganin’ on a snowy beach.

  • vita

    i’d give it to my mama to stay warm.

  • I would give it to my sister who is an inpatient at a psychiatric unit. She’s not allowed to go outside and really misses sleeping in tents. I’m not allowed to bring her a tent. But I would be allowed to bring her this. It would be such an amazing gift.

  • Arthur Lee

    I live in Santa Cruz, and I would definately take one to Big Sur before it gets too cold. I’d wake up early and take some photos of fog in the forest, something I’ve been planning to do for months. I’d be so stoked if I won, thanks for the chance, Jeff!

  • Merel

    I have bad blood circulation so with the napsack finally warm times behind the computer to do lots of drawing in my colored cocoon. I would also take it with me to the wonderful lowlands festival filled with music and theater and never be cold at night again.

  • Johnny

    I’d go back home to Mom in Sweden (It’s cold).

  • m

    yay! that’s super cool…well I’m always so cold, I could be on my internet loops in the sunny balcony of my mini-flat!

  • Emily

    This is AWESOME! I would use it for camping in Shenandoah and also probably wear it every day in my apartment this winter… No pants weekends are now Napsack weekends!!

  • Hilary

    I would go beaver hunting.
    Not the kind where you slaughter and take their pelt. The kind where you get some willow branches and lay them ceremoniously at their beaver den openning and then slink away to wait till dusk for them to come out and find their treat. The icy cold will be no matter with the gentle embrace of the NAPSACK.

  • For sure bring it with me up to Mt. Hood during a summit attempt, especially with all these cold nights and bluebirds! Perfect summit weather!

  • Daniela

    I would go back home to Venezuela and lay on the beach sand at night, watching the stars :)

  • Max

    i’d fill it with the blood of the innocent and then dry clean it and camp on the Olympic peninsula on a log above a very high cliff.

  • Drake Swearingin

    i would go to the far beyond and pioneer the new frontier using it to brave the great unknown like a golden fleece of protection used to keep me warm and dry and give me shelter at night, if i had the polar napsack i would pack my back pack with it and the other traveling necessities mount the saddle of my bike and set off on an adventure in any directions the roads and or trails take me perhaps even veer from the d
    set path to seek out a new findings that i’ve yet to see.

  • Once I have saved enough, I want to go to Antartica. Having this you could lay outside on an ice breaker, free from technology and noise (even better once the boat engine is off) and observe in complete silence of the beauty in the transformations of the ice bergs.

  • Pia

    Awsome, i would waer it the whole night during our anual “Lakefleisch” evening this January. We all meet two days after new year and spend the night outside to do a special fireplace with tons of meat in it. It would be the first i could let the others do the fire and just enjoy cause im not frrrrrrezing my assssss of.

  • dicko4545

    wrap myself up and wriggle up the sandhills in the galapagos with the turtles. oh joy!

  • Lewis Scott – Dyson

    Sack races On ice! lots of sack races with added egg and spoon racing, utilizing those handy arm holes.
    Let’s say…. Greenland!

  • Mo Faux

    I would go to the hotsprings past skookumchuck (in January) and wear this every minute that I am not in the HOT HOT water. I would wear it to parties and at sleepovers….. I would even wear it out one night.

  • Ti

    I would wear 24/7, wouldn’t leave the house without it. Looks soooo comfy I just want to die….

  • I would take my room mates winter camping in Duluth MN in the freshly burned boundary waters! Or, if my girlfriends parents would go out of town for a weekend I would take her instead! We just want to see the northern lights with no interference! send two! please!

  • TAB

    I’d probably remember that I’m accidentally actually not wearing my wingsuit as I drift back towards earth after jumping from a cliff for a wingsuit flight. I’m sure I’d stay warm…at least for a while. Yeah, you probably shouldn’t give me one of these…(but please do!) ;)

  • Aaron Abeyta

    Honestly where wouldn’t I go. I would have to pack up my sack anymore cause I could totally just where it. Oh and be super styly at the same time. The world would be my clam, or I guess they say oyster.

  • James Rothman

    If I had that, I would donate all of my clothes to a charity and only wear the nap sack for the rest of my life!

  • I would simply wear it to bed.

  • I will be strapping this down on the back of my 1975 Honda CB400f and heading to Joshua Tree with a few friends. If you have ever been camping there, you would know how inspiring the crisp night air, black sky and towering boulders are. Come Spring, return trips to Zion National Park and Yosemite are on the books.

  • Mark

    Base camp for my first summit up Mount Rainier.

  • Joshua Carey

    I would where it whilst on a journey to plant tree seeds in deforested areas around the world. Like a modern day Johnny Appleseed!

  • I have this cottage in the far north of sweden (Norrland). I spend all my summers there. in mid-june the tempatures finally start rising (that means just around 15 C°). the house isn’t that big. My granfather build it using the wood taken from the forest surrounding the cottage. with the years, running water and electricity came to the cottage, yet the endless summer nights are very chill inside the house. I always wear two, three cardigans while sitting in front of the fireplace or while staring out of the window, looking at the lake in front of the house. I call it “beaver patrol”, cos there’s one evil beaver living on the tiny island in the middle of the lake. The napsack would be perfect for one of those nights.

  • Tlell Davidson

    I’m in my last year in industrial design and I’m designing a basic, user friendly camping kit for event style camping (music festivals or other organized events or just a compact, affordable kit to meet simple camping needs- something for people who don’t wear Gor-Tex and hiking boots 365 days of the year) for my thesis. Your company has been an inspiration to me and I plan on going to some music festivals this summer/camping around British Columbia once I graduate this spring! A nap sack would be just the thing and a pretty awesome grad gift;)

  • Matt A

    After finals, my friends and I always hit the road and drive somewhere far. We try to drive through the most beautiful places (and best skate spots) and camp out under the stars if it isn’t too cold, or inside the car if it is. In either case, the napsack looks like a perfect fit. This time around I would love to drive to Chicago because I have never been! If life were perfect, I would be seeing Wilco or having lunch with Jeff Tweedy during my stay… but I would be content with just finding Marina City (the album art for Yankee Hotel Foxtrot)

  • I would use it to stay warm (and stylish) while working on renovating my artspace STUDIO 18 which lies in a warehouse in the Sodo neighborhood, Seattle WA. Creating an environment where artists and craftsman can come work, create, inspire and be inspired. An alternative lifestyle requires alternative solutions!

    Check it out!


  • Ryan Del Casino

    So much stuff! I’d wear it in the cold Pittsburgh winters around my dorm and maybe event walking to class! I’d also for sure be using it at music festivals this summer like Bonnaroo and Romp!

  • I would drive with my friends and roommates to Julian CA and hike to the base of the three sisters waterfalls. Eat some food, go swiming, hang out, watch the sky and fall asleep in my Napsack under the stars laying on the rocks next to the waterfall.
    I have done this before but only had one blanket with me and was not all that warm. I need a Napsack!

  • Sean P.

    i’m moving to Florida in January for a Disney internship. the beds they provide are allegedly terrible, so i want to put the bed on risers and build a pillow fort underneath to sleep in. the napsack would bring this plan together perfectly!

    not to mention all the camping i would do before i leave and at the Fort Wilderness campgrounds.

  • Benjamin Bisson

    I would wear it in a timelapse of the sunrise on Cadillac Mountain in Maine, the first place to see the sunrise on new years day 2012.

  • ian

    no duh, Canada!

  • Wesley

    I would take it to my grandmother’s house and let her have it. Her water heater has been broken for the past 2 months and she hasn’t had the finances to replace it. She would probably need this a heck of a lot more than I do. Thanks.

  • phil

    I’m a DJ and I would rock this in every club, bar, pub, coffee shop, youth group and any possible gig I ever could. I live in Vancouver where it’s always wet and usually cold so this would keep me toastie warm while i bring joy to the dancing masses.

  • This would be a staple of my van’s inventory. In winter, it would be amazing to chuck on after removing an ice cold wetsuit, boots, gloves and hood post-surf. In summer I would don the napsack and go kip under the stars on the beach or in the woods- Ray Mears style.

  • I’d host a snake/ worm themed potluck where everyone had to bring a sleeping bag and squirm across the ground the entire night. This bag would be the most unique snake there…

  • Patrick Birch

    Going to Canuck Split Fest at Rogers Pass this January. My morning coffee out the back of my van would be much more enjoyable if I could feel my hands and face when I wake up. Make my dreams come true Jeff.

  • I would bike across Canada again, but this time leisurely and in style. Last time was too rushed! I would want to camp out in the Maritimes again and hang out with more Newfies. Extremely nice folk over there.

  • Emery

    My boyfriend just made this video, “A Yule Tide Log for Times of Economic Uncertainty” http://vimeo.com/33235968. He keeps telling me that he loves sitting in front of it because he thinks its actually making him warmer. I think his yule tide experience would be complete if he was actually getting warmer, all wrapped up in a cozy napsack in front of the virtual fire. It will also be handy for him during actual camping as well.

  • Tyler

    im finishing up my final year in highschool and would like to go on some cool camping and road trips with my friends before we all part are different ways for college.

  • I would go to the exact same kitchen you were sitting at in the photo, sit across from you, and just fall asleep sitting there, because that’s exactly what’s possible with these bad boys. I wear a small.

  • demo

    i would GO HOME. it would be cosy…

  • Jordan

    I’d have a barbeque in the napsack: flip patties back, and give a dog a bone.

  • Adriana

    I would create warm ideas.

  • CHRIS ▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲


  • Fatima

    I would give it to a homeless person

  • Samir

    Much needed on this cold December day.

  • If I won The Napsack I would sit on my front porch in Maine and watch a noctural storm blow in.

  • Natalia

    I’m a High School pottery teacher, the heater in my room is broken, the water in the faucets never gets warm and i have to sit in the cold using freezing water to teach kids how to throw pots on the wheel. i’d use it to make them laugh, to get them interested in passing this class, i’d use it to do hall monitoring, i’d use it to cure cancer….and by cancer i mean boredom.

  • My napsack would join me and my hammock, whiskey, tire levers, tubes, camera, on the open road on my bike. An overnighter with no email, texts, bosses…just me and my thoughts.

  • I’d wear to school. Wouldn’t even care if I looked like a fool.

  • Debs

    I’d go and visit my sister who’s not turning the heating on. We could cosy up on the sofa together!

  • CONGRATS TO CHRIS (for his pineapple comment).

    Stay tuned Poler giveaway #2 starts today too.

  • Anne

    I live in Ontario, Canada. I would wear it while studying at home, and would take it on our ski trip over the winter break, and would use it during the winter retreat that I am a leader for in our upcoming school semester.

  • Mary Murph

    I would travel into the canyons of my mind…. BOOOOOOOM

  • ☺ Spencer ☺

    ☺☺☺☺☺I’d wear it out clubbing and then when I’m tired…take a little nap in the corner. ☺☺☺☺☺

  • katie dawn

    If I received this wonderful napsack I would stop cutting arm and leg holes in my normal sleeping bag and rejoice! Then I would give it to my boyfriend and make forts and watch movies and adventure in it. In that order.

  • Jgeurink

    Going on a trip from Austin to SF and one of these bad boys would be so much better then all my mexican blankets. Going to be doing lots of hiking and camping with my dog.  Leaving in late September. 

21.08.17 by Jeff

OPEN CALL: @Booooooom Instagram Feature

photo by Jimmy Marble

Heads up, we are currently accepting submissions for features on our @Booooooom Instagram account. This is an open call for photos that fit the theme: ‘A fleeting moment’.

If you have an image that you think fits this theme, leave a comment below with 1 image and a clickable link to your Instagram account.



21.08.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Ian Cumberland

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Artist Spotlight: Klone

Arad, Israel

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ANIGIF Net Artwork by Artist Nicolas Sassoon

Artist Nicolas Sassoon has made one of the largest animated gifs we’ve seen (several smaller gifs combine to form one large 7680 x 2160 image)! The imagery is based on the architecture of Skylight, an artist-run space here in Vancouver. See more gifs/sections of the larger image below or on the project website.

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