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-The primary mass produced, commercially profitable sleeping bag was the Euklisia Rug, invented by Pryce Pryce-Jones of Welsh origin. Pryce-Jones,​ or P.J. as he called himself was a draper'​s apprentice on the age of 12, and went on to become ​the father ​of the mail order business. The Euklisia Rug was a wool blanket that folded in half and mounted collectively, thus solving ​the inconvenience of getting to climb into a sack. The rug also had a sewn-in, inflatable, rubber pillow. The Russian ​army was the primary ​big order, ​in the quantity of 60,000 Euklisia Rugs, and there is document ​of them having been used within ​the Siege of Plevna through the Russo-Turkish War. Nonetheless, the town fell, leaving Pryce-Jones with 17,000 additional rugs. He added the extras to his catalogue, ​promoting ​them as inexpensive ​bedding for charities to provide ​for the poor. The rugs then began to see service ​within ​the British ​Military ​and Australian Outback. The Euklisia Rug was 6 toes eleven ​inches ​long by 3 feet 31 inches wide.+The primary mass produced, commercially profitable ​[[http://​kalenamultimarcas.com.br/?​option=com_k2&​view=itemlist&​task=user&​id=456763|sleeping ​bags review]] ​bag was the Euklisia Rug, invented by Pryce Pryce-Jones of Welsh origin. Pryce-Jones,​ or P.J. as he called himself was a draper'​s apprentice on the age of 12, and went on to change into the daddy of the mail order business. The Euklisia Rug was a wool blanket that folded in half and fastened together, thus fixing ​the inconvenience of getting to climb right into a sack. The rug also had a sewn-in, inflatable, rubber pillow. The Russian ​military ​was the primary ​massive ​order, ​within ​the quantity of 60,000 Euklisia Rugs, and there is file of them having been used in the Siege of Plevna through the Russo-Turkish War. However, the town fell, leaving Pryce-Jones with 17,000 additional rugs. He added the extras to his catalogue, ​advertising ​them as cheap bedding for charities to supply ​for the poor. The rugs then started ​to see service ​in the British ​Army and Australian Outback. The Euklisia Rug was 6 toes 11 inches ​lengthy ​by 3 toes 31 inches wide.
  
-The army also have had a hand within ​the improvement of the mass produced sleeping bag. Army problem ​sleeping gear before ​WWII consisted of five wool blankets and a ground sheet to them up. By the start of WWII, the mountain sleeping bag and the M-1942 design both featured a mummy shape. The mother ​form had been gaining in recognition amongst ​sportsmen in the years main up, and the mother ​design was adopted by the military ​to save lots of weight and area in soldiers'​ rucksacks and to address ​a shortage of down feathers (not as many were wanted ​to fill a mummy shape). The mummy design had the additional advantage of conserving ​warmth ​more effectively than the oblong ​design. Military ​situation [[http://​fromua.pl/​component/​k2/​author/​53880.html|sleeping bags review]] luggage ​featured a full size, quick release ​zipper as well. The M-1942 was later changed by the M-1949, which was a mummy shaped and stuffed ​with feathers. The M-1949 had a modular kind of design, the place it is water proof case might be laced to the principle ​body of the sleeping bag as a way to present ​more heat and water protection. ​Within ​the early 2.00's the military ​started issuing the Modular Sleeping System, one which we recognize right now as numerous ​liners that can be mixed to attain ​many various temperature ratings.+The army even have had a hand in the improvement of the mass produced sleeping bag. Military subject ​sleeping gear earlier than WWII consisted of wool blankets and a ground sheet to them up. By the start of WWII, the mountain sleeping bag and the M-1942 design both featured a mummy shape. The mother ​shape had been gaining in reputation among sportsmen in the years leading ​up, and the mum design was adopted by the navy to save lots of weight and house in soldiers'​ rucksacks and to handle ​a shortage of down feathers (not as many were needed ​to fill a mummy form). The mum design had the additional advantage of conserving ​heat more effectively than the rectangular ​design. Military ​subject ​sleeping bags featured a full size, fast launch ​zipper as well. The M-1942 was later changed by the M-1949, which was a mummy shaped and filled ​with feathers. The M-1949 had a modular kind of design, the place it'​s ​water proof case could be laced to the main body of the sleeping bag with the intention ​to provide ​more warmth ​and water protection. ​In the early 2.00's the navy started issuing the Modular Sleeping System, one that we acknowledge immediately ​as varied ​liners that can be mixed to realize ​many various temperature ratings.