Climashield continues to pass tests for US military
The preferred insulation supplier for the US Military, Climashield today announced that they have been once again selected to provide insulation for the Modular Sleep System (MSS). Over the last five years, Climashield has equipped the military by filling over one million MSS sleeping bags with their premium insulation.
Tested and commissioned in the roughest terrain and the harshest conditions, Climashield's continuous filament insulation consistently excels over other brands in side-by-side comparisons of thermal efficiency, durability and packability when traveling light is a necessity. Made in the USA. in an ISO-certified facility, the Berry Compliant insulation also features AquaBan technology, a surface encapsulation treatment that keeps soldiers warm, even in wet conditions, during cold nights in the field.
"Climashield has been proud to supply our quality insulation for over two decades to the men and women serving our country in the armed forces," said Matt Schrantz, Chief Operating Officer of HarVest CI, Climashield's parent company. "In addition to being the insulation choice for the MSS, Climashield also works with the Marine Corps to create a customized insulation application for the 3 Season Sleeping Bag."
Featuring two different sleeping bags, the four-part MSS is constructed to be used in conjunction with each other or used separately if necessary. The cold weather sleeping bags are designed to capture and maintain body heat in temperatures ranging from 50 to negative 30 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition to the bags, the system includes a waterproof bivy cover and a stuff sack to complete the package.
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