Big Agnes Wolverine Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic - Kids'

Big Agnes Wolverine Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic - Kids'
Big Agnes Wolverine Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic - Kids'
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Wolverine Sleeping Bag: 15F Synthetic - Kids' by Big Agnes
The last thing you want is little Billy and Bonnie trying to squeeze inside your sleeping bags because theirs are too cold. Send them to bed with a pair of Big Agnes Wolverine 15-Degree Synthetic Kids' Sleeping Bags and this won't be a problem, because the Wolverine's synthetic insulation, adjustable hood, and integrated pad sleeve are designed to keep the kiddos nice and toasty throughout the night, even when the temps dip below freezing. A zipper-covering draft tube and draft-blocking collar work to seal out cold air from creeping in, too, so the half-pints stay warm and, more importantly, asleep until the sun starts to shine.

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SKU: BAG00CN
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