Latest News

April 2024

Last month I promised more stock was going to be listed - well, some has but not much.  As ever, life has the habit of getting in the way and I haven't had much opportunity to list the stock.  Sorry for the delay bur new lines will be added shortly.  If you are looking for a particular style or colour JagBag please contact me using the form here and I'll see what's available but as yet unlisted.

March 2024

Spring is definitely on the way and it's time for a Jagbag News update.  We've been selling stock at 'Special Offer' rates for a while now and various lines are now sold out.  We do have a variety of styles and colours coming soon though and these will be made from Fine silk which is a little lighter than our normal, heavier Endura silk.  A Deluxe JagBag in Endura weighed in around 155g while a Fine Deluxe is 120g.  For the technically minded,  Endura has a momme weight of 8 and Fine has a momme of 6.  For the non techical, momme refers to the number of threads per square inch of silk - there are fewer threads in 6 momme silk than 8 and so it is lighter.  It's still the same high quality habotai silk - but a bit lighter. 

Please check back regularly as the stock will be updated every few days.


January 2024

It's January 5th and we've just started work again after a nice New Year break.  We'll process outstanding orders today and then start listing our latest batch of 'Special Offer'JagBags.

Keep an eye on here for listing updates


December 2023

After more than 20 years of making and selling JagBag Silk Sleeping Bag Liners I’m sorry to announce that we won’t be making any more.

Its been a tough decision, we love making them and interacting with customers.  Providing that ‘personal touch’ and giving great service has been very rewarding.  We’ve enjoyed the journey and made some incredible friends along the way.

We're living in challenging times right now and many people are struggling to get by let alone buy expensive silk sleeping bag liners.  All businesses are facing ever rising costs - in addition to increasing power, transport and logistics we've also seen surges in silk and dye prices.  We have absorbed many of these increases but we can’t continue to do so any longer.  So, rather than substantially increase the price of JagBags we've decided that now is the right time to bring the curtain down on the JagBags brand.

And, as much as I hate to admit it, I’m getting on a bit and want to ease up on work and devote some more ‘me’ time to, well, me.

All in all, it’s a good time to stop. 

We still have quite a large stock of JagBags here in the UK and we’ll continue to list them on the website.  They’re a collection of styles and  colours.  Some are missing a matching stuff sack, some are colours which were ‘experimental’ - but they are all still handmade JagBags.  Naturally we’ll offer them at a ‘Special’ price.

We’ll be around for a few months yet.

Thank you to all our customers, we’ve had the best time supplying JagBags to you all!

Paul - Terrevista Trails