Polyester taffeta shell and comfortable tricot liner
1 lb. of solid fiber polyester fill
24'' x 54''
Comes with stuff sack
Get comfort and warmth for the younger camper at a great price with the Bass Pro Shops® Rectangular Sleeping Bag for Kids. Bag features a bright blue and yellow polyester taffeta shell and a gray tricot liner with 1 lb. of solid fiber polyester fill. Temperature Rating: 50º. Color: Blue/Yellow. Size: 24'' x 54''. Carry weight: 1.65 lbs. Comes with a convenient stuff sack. Commercial front load machine washable or hand wash in tub. Thoroughly dry. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by packnpaddle great kid's bag
bought this for our youngest grandchild so she would have one like her older cousins. the bag seems well made & if it wears as well as the older kids' mummy bags from Bass Pro, we'll be very pleased.
November 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by hightrekker Great Value!
We live in the mountains of Colorado and are frequent campers. Purchased this for our two year old and are very pleased with the quality, construction and warmth rating.
It is rare to find a sleeping bag for toddlers with these features--and a great price! Our son is trully "One Happy Camper"!
September 21, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joe Camper Good for SMALL children. Good value for price....
My kids are short for their age, but my 45" tall 7 year old daughter barely fits in it. So the downside is that it is smaller than I expected. However, this is an excellent deal for the money if you are buying it for a smaller child. I'm not sure about the temperature rating, but it has decent fill, lofts reasonably well, and tightens up around them nicely. It is very well made for a child's sleeping bag. Also, it comes with a bag and takes up very little room.
My intent is to have this more as a liner inside a bigger bag (a kids 'Ready Bed' or adult sleeping bag) so the kids are warm when we camp in colder weather, and I think it will be great for that purpose. My guess is that it would be good on its own above freezing temps.
Very solid value for the low price and if you are going to be camping in very cold temps using it as a liner inside a bigger bag would be a good alternative to buying a more expensive child sized bag that they will outgrow in a couple of years.
May 7, 2006