Sunday, June 26, 2016

From the clipping files: 1970s Reigel Sleepwalker pajamas advertisement

Original ad text reads:
"Thank goodness, she was hip enough to get me a Riegel Sleepwalker of DuPont's 100% Orlon acrylic in this crazy new print." 
Sleepwalker also comes in the new hot range of colors: lemon peel, blueberry, orange crush, raspberry and huckleberry. 
And two new, un-icky print, Humdinger and Bear Blossoms. 
Plus something no one has ever had: DuPont's 100% Orlon acrylic fabric to make it softer than any blanket sleeper has every been. 
Naturally, the Sleepwalker is warm, washable, and has a non-stick nylon zephyr zipper and Riegel's exclusive non-skid Plastic-Dot Safe-Sole. 
And comes in small, medium, large and extra large. 
Why are we so soft with these kids, giving them Sleepwalker, Softsorb diapers, quality knit underwear and such? 
It's our contribution to a bridge over the generation gap. 
Consumer Products Division, Riegel Textile Corp., Johnston, S.C. 29832

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