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Kelty Woobie 30 Degree Kids Sleeping Bag
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- 66D Polyester Taffeta
- Recommended for ages up to 6 years
- Cloud Loft Insulation
- Total Weight: 2lb 4 oz. (1.02 kg)
- Fits up to 4 Feet, 6 Inches
- Stuff Size: 9 x 15 Inch
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|Item Dimensions||25 x 54 x 2 in||9.84 x 14.17 x 9.84 in||28 x 72 x 3 in||26 x 66 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||2.25 lbs||2.2 lbs||3 lbs||2 lbs|
|Specific Uses For Product||camping||camping;backpacking||camping||camping|
|Temperature Rating||30 degrees_fahrenheit||30||20 degrees_fahrenheit||45 degrees_fahrenheit|
Designed to keep your toddler cozy warm on their first overnight adventures, the Woobie is the perfect starter bag. Sidewall construction and a flip-down top panel ensure their dreams are sweet no matter how much they wiggle around. Stuff sack included. Recommended for children up to 6 years old.
Size: 4-Feet | Color: Hot Pink
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Aside from the size, the bag is great. We've been camping in some cold Michigan Spring weather. The coldest we've tested the bag was 34*F. I was worried that my son would be cold so I pulled him close to me and cuddled him. Turned out he didn't need me. He just snuggled down into his bag and slept better than in his bed!!
Note: My family camps in some temperatures that many people might find uncomfortable. My son was in WOOL thermal long underwear, he was wearing WOOL socks and had a cap on his head.
Yes, I trust this bag when it says 30*, but be prepared with your thermals!
My son loves the apron zip and I like it because he is a hot sleeper.
If I ever buy a kid size bag again I'll go with down because it packs smaller and lighter for camping or backpacking.
There is no draw for the mummy hood. I'll have to install my own.
My kid is a bit short yet and cannot reach the foot box, but there seems to be plenty enough room there.
There seems to be just as much loft on the underside as in the top- this will add to insulation and padding.
The pictures below: 1) Woobie sack is dark teal compared to my green Marmot 30* bag. So you can see it stuffs down to the same size as an adult bag.
2) The Woobie on top of my Marmot when the feet were matched up. To be fair and clear my Marmot bag is only a 5'6" for short ladies like me! But you can see the Woobie is shorter and slightly more narrow, just right for little ones.
3) Side by side
4) The Woobie bib opened.