Phil & Ted's Snuggle & Snooze Sleeping Bag - Foot Muff
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Top Customer Reviews
SO super cosy and warm we don't always even need a coat/snowsuit for my son when he's snuggied up in his P&T sleeping bag. Just popping his hat on and zipping him in seems to be more than warm enough for short walks, even in the wintery cold of Vermont. J positively beams when we zip him into it - he thinks it's great fun and loves to snuggle into the soft and cosy fleecey lining. The whole thing can be done up so there's only a little 'peep hole' at the top, or it easily loosens off and unzips if things heat up too much.
I did have a slight concern at first about the length of loose cords when we tighten the hood round J's face but they tuck behind safely out of the way.
In a nutshell it is very convenient to use, keeps my boy lovely and warm, definitely reduces the need to battle with snow suits on short outings (tho I'd still bundle up additionally if we're going to be out longer or if it's particularly windy). My only uncertainty is that I haven't tried washing it yet...
The first night I didn't use it, I just bundled him up in extra layers and he ended up snuggled up with us anyhow.
The second night hubby told me I was "using the freakin' sleeping bag"- it's not cheap, so it's gettin' used. Ok, ok.....
I waited till he was pretty sleepy and laid him in it- zipped it up then put him in his pack n play.
Our kiddo's usual move is to immediately flip onto his chest with his booty in the air, but he for whatever reason, stayed on his back. I checked on him incessantly, because I'm nuts, but he stayed on his back and slept GREAT, best night of sleep in a WHILE.
I look forward to our next trips and know this will be a great sleeping bag for the upcoming fall/winter outtings - especially since we can use it IN his stroller when we go to Mammoth! bonus!!
I had already one Phil and Ted sleeping sac (with my P&T stroller) and liked it. It's a bit short for my older child, so I was thinking of getting one of the other sleeping sacs out there... so I went to the store and compared my P&T with (a) Brookspond Perennial Buggy Blanket (toddler size) and (b) JJ Cole Urban (also toddler size of course).
What I found: these 'toddler size' buntings seem to come in the same length anyway, so there's no real advantage of one over the other in terms of overall length. The JJ Cole Urban and the Bookspond have more features to adjust to different strollers, but obviously the P&T bunting fits perfect into a P&T stroller. The JJ Cole seems lighther (less warm I suppose) than the P&T, and the downsides of the Brookspond I thought were that it's less 'cozy'/feels more rigid. The Brookspond's feature of having an insert for boots seems like a good idea, on the one hand, but that part of the bunting is not insulated, so I'm thinking that toddler, maybe, will start feeling cold on the feet. (Currently I just have my older one take off her dirty shoes when sitting in the P&T sac.)
I agree with mom from Vermont that this bunting is indeed really warm (we live in Boston). My older one has never complained about not feeling warm enough after being bundled up in the sac. The opposite: she seems really pleased and happy with it.
Gist of it: I just bought another P&T sleeping sac for my second child because of the good experiences I've had and because other products on the market didn't seem any better (for my purposes).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it for my 11 month old son to use it on the Britax B-Agile stroller and it fits perfectly. It has a great look and durability so far. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Omar S.
I bought this sleeping bag for my one year old when we were planning a trip to the UK during Jan/Feb this year. Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by echeetham
We didn't use this with a stroller, but just as a camping sleeping bag. It was very easy to get him into (even after he was asleep) and kept him warm.Published on June 18, 2013 by Amy J