Blankets are great. Beds are better. And so, it goes without saying that while Snuggies are awesome, being able to wear your whole bed would kick serious ass, especially when you're traveling.
And now, that's a thing, thanks to Japan. Thanks, Japan.
Tokyo-based office supply company King Jim has developed the Wearable Air Mat Set, a snug onesie that inflates into a makeshift bed. The garish blue jumpsuit isn't the most fashionable outfit choice, but it does contain an air mattress with a blanket and futon -- so instead of carrying a sleeping bag on the go, you can just wear one. Utility, in this case, beats aesthetics.
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Made of nylon, polyethylene, and polyester, the bed poncho (coat?) comes in one size, but it's totally adjustable. Toggles at the neck and foldable sleeves and leg ends make for a customizable experience. Kinda like the Craftmatic adjustable bed, but without the requirement you're old. The futon frock also comes with an air pump for the mattress (which can handle weights of up to 440lbs), and a pouch for easy storage.
Though it's being marketed to dedicated employees who want to pull all-nighters at work, the wearable air mat also functions as a convenient portable bed for campers and thrifty travelers who want to save money on accommodation. Goodbye Airbnb, hello AirPJs.