Right, but except for the lamination- or gluing to the shell of the Climashield(elsewhere he says it is CS)- and Climashield is not even supposed to need that- but how other than the means of attaching to the shell is it any different than any other Climashield or Polarguard? All CS is silcone coated. IOW, what is it about a Wiggy's that makes them so much better in water than a North face Climashield or Polarguard bag? ( as I already said, my own wet testing of Polarguard clothing showed it to be excellent when wet. Especially compared to my jeans which I got wet while soaking the Polarguard!)
As for what is lamilite, this right off the wiggy's website about us page.
Our exclusive processing of the fiberfill laminates the nylon. The Lamilite is an unbounded, silicone-coated continuous filament fiber. This is inside and cannot be seen. The silicone coating gives the fiber two very desirable properties. The first is “antistatic” which allows the fibers to perpetually repel each other regardless of how tightly the fibers are packed against each other (such as compacting in a stuff sack). The loft always returns after removing our sleeping bag from the stuff sack.
The second benefit of the silicone treatment is in making the fiber HYDROPHOBIC. Hydrophobic comes from the word “hydrophobia,” or fear of water. Water simply does not attach itself to the fiber. This is extremely important for the moisture leaving your body, passing through the spaces between the yarns and easily moving through the fiber. Also, it is extremely important for the moisture not to condense in the insulation. If this occurs when temperatures are below freezing, frost buildup can severely reduce the thickness of your insulation, as occurs with down, or the moisture simply freezes as in any other sleeping bag and adds weight.