Please note safety issues and other points about the use of Caught-In-The-Act products, on our FAQ page

Important Safety Warning: It is not recommended to attempt to go solo in a back or front zip sleepsack using the internal sleeves. Comments have been received to indicate that you might get in but you cannot get out because no matter how you do up the zipper, it needs external help to undo. Trying to tear the sleepsack as an emergency means of escape is not easy to do, if at all. Be Safe in practicing your escapes.

Cotton Psycho-Light Sleepsack CBB4

This is a new product for Caught-in-The-Act. Many asked if we could make a sleepsack without the lace up and velcro padded enclosure zip cover. So we have come up with a strong lighter version of the Psycho CBB3.  Easier to do up, but still the d-rings along each side and at the shoulders. Not bad and look at the price a huge reduction to bridge the gap between the Protector CBB2 and Psycho CBB3.

Note: this sleepsack is made with lighter weight cotton for comfort and passive use. Aggressive use we recommend the stronger material of the CBB3

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Internal sleeves run down each side to restrict arm movement and make escape an extreme test;

Zipper entry has three sliders that can be locked;

Zipper opening has a interior flap to cover the zipper;

2" removable cotton collar;

webbing surrounds the bag and reinforces the sleepsack to hold pairs of welded D-rings;

At the shoulders welded d-rings sewn into the sleepsack allow for fixing to stationary objects vertically, or horizontally. Not for suspension

Challenges for your Escape Artist - Vertical

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CBB4
typical standing holding pattern
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removable collar
good use of d-rings

Challenges for your Escape Artist Horizontally

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CBB4 with optional nylon belts and foot strap
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Adding some straps for immobilization
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Escapable?
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Be sure to see the sleepsacks in use at SB

Not sure what size you might be: Our guide here: Sleepsack Measurement Guide

Send us your measurements (personal size form for sleepsacks) and we will confirm your exact cost including shipping.

Psycho - CBB4, Prices in $US

 Model

 Size

 Price $US

 USA/Can Shipping and handling

 Total $US

 CBB4-XS
 extra-small

400.00

41.50

481.50

 CBB4-S
 small
 CBB4-M
 medium

435.00

42.50

477.50

 CBB4-ML
 medium-large
 CBB4-L
 large

 470.00

49.00

519.00

 CBB4-XL
extra-large 
 CBB4-XXL
 extra extra- large

500.00

59.00

559.00

 CBB4-XXXL
 3-extra-large

545.00

61.00

606.00

         

other sizes available, including custom designs

The Sleepsack CBB4: Options

 Option

Model #

 Price $US

Separate Cotton Hood with locking collar
OP8

  $175.00

Set of 7, 2" nylon Seat belt webbing (soft, very strong and supple)

B-1

  $70.00

Set of 7, 1.5 " cotton belts
B-2
 $90.00
Set of 7, 2 " cotton belts
B-3
$99.00
Set of 7, 1.5" nylon X-strong webbing (stiff scuba belt material)
B-4
 $85.00
Set of 7, 2" nylon X-strong webbing (stiff scuba belt material)
B-5
$115.00
Set of 7, 1,5" Polynylon belts  flexible - lighter weight
B-6
$40.00
Set of 7, 2.0" Polynylon belts  flexible - lighter weight
B-7
$45.00
Locking Collar same as for SJs

OP9

  $20.00

Extra D-rings, you need to specify where

 OP18

 $5.00 each

Cotton web collar with pivot jaw buckle
OP9C
$15.00
Cotton Foot Belt with toe d-ring
OPC-21
40.00
Polynylon Foot Belt with toe d-ring
OPC-22
25.00