Versatile sleeping bag for babies and kids - durable, dries quickly and insulates well
Kids love Charlie. This versatile sleeping bag is good for kids up to 80 cm. Charlie has warm and cozy microfleece on the inside and is filled with functional Sensofiber micro-fiber fill so it's breathable and warm - even in damp conditions. The bag can be fully opened with a mid-zip and used as a baby blanket. The material is low maintenance and quick drying, so it's a great choice for traveling and family camping from spring to autumn. Can be attached to a pram.
- Material shell: 40D 260T, 100 % polyamide
- Lining: Fleece, 100 % polyester
- Fill: 100 % polyester
- Breathable and warm
- Quick drying material
- Length: 95 cm
- Pack size: 21 x 14 cm
- Weight: 410 g, pack sack 40 g
Insulation range of kid's and youth's sleeping bags
In general we do not specify the insulation range for children's and youth's sleeping bags. According to our experience, you can place most of the sleeping bags in insulation ranges of up to + 10°C. Also, kids should be dressed according to the outer temperatures. Kids need a sleeping bag designed especially for their size. A bad first experience may ruin a kid's desire to camp. Kid's sleeping bags are designed in small sizes and have a body-fitting cut so they'll stay warmer, but they are still comfortabe despite the close-fitting cut. Features that help the kid's sleeping bags meet the needs of the child are zipper tracks that operate snag free, chest pockets for favorite items, and fun items like glowing zipper pulls. Adult sleeping bags are not good substitutes for the special kid's sleeping bag. Kid's sleeping bags have many of the features of an adult bag but at a kid-friendly price. Most kid's sleeping bags are designed for children up to 5 feet tall.
Sensofiber is a special microfiber that is used to reflect the body heat of a person sleeping. Sensofiber insulates well even when wet, dries quickly, is very long-lasting, as well as durable and easy to care for.
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