Morrison Outdoors Little Mo 40 Infant Sleeping Bag - Infants'

Morrison Outdoors Little Mo 40 Infant Sleeping Bag - Infants'
Morrison Outdoors Little Mo 40 Infant Sleeping Bag - Infants'
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Little Mo 40 Infant Sleeping Bag - Infants' by Morrison Outdoors
The Little Mo 40 keeps your young adventurer warm on cool nights camping with a lightweight polyester fill and safe sleep bag design. The open- and close-cuff design lets your young one have freedom to use their hands, or tuck in to stay warm at night.

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SKU: MOQ0003
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