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Kelty Big Dipper 30 Degree Kids Sleeping Bag
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- Recommended for ages 4-12 years
- Cloud Loft Insulation
- Total Weight: 3lb 1 oz. (1.39 kg)
- Fits up to 5 Feet
- Stuff Size: 10 x 16 Inch
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The perfect bag for the young backpacker in training. Super cozy, it has a fully insulated, extendable foot to keep up as your boy or girl grows. With everything your little one needs to sleep through the night, such as layered offset quilt construction and a zipper draft tube, there are years of memories in the making that roll up nice and neat. Stuff sack included. Expandable foot section lengthens the bag by 12 Inch. Recommended for children 4-12 years old.
Size: 5-Feet | Color: Ocean
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One annoyance I have with SOME bags is when the stuff sack is so small it seems like you will never get the bag back in. This bag does not have that problem. It fits great.
And of course the zipper, fabric, and stuffing are all top notch as you would expect from a Kelty bag.
Warm, comfortable shell material (I compared this to the REI Kindercone, which has a horrible plastic-feeling lining), good build quality.
The two downsides have been previously mentioned- the elastic around the hood is not an effective way to shape the hood around the head. Fortunately this is only an issue in colder temperatures. And the bag is massive when packed into its stuff sack- whatever filing Kelty uses is not very compressible.
It has a "grow-along-with-me" feature at the bottom of the bag which can make it a couple of inches longer or shorter, as needed. There's an attached, stuff-sack (so it won't get lost!) which is fairly easy to use. After the child has stuffed the bag into the loose grey sack, there are two straps that cinch it all together. The sack is large enough to hold a small travel pillow, as well.