The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic - Youth

The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic - Youth
The North Face Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic - Youth
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Eco Trail Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic - Youth by The North Face
When the long-awaited camping vacation finally arrives, it's essential to have comfortable gear that you can count on to get a good night's sleep. After all, what's the point of planning days filled with awesome activities if the family can't get proper rest in between' The Eco Trail Sleeping Bag is proven to keep your little one warm and cozy even in sub-freezing temperatures thanks to fully recycled synthetic insulation. When the dawn sun finally rises, the wraparound J zipper allows for easy ventilation on either end of the bag, and increases mobility for side sleepers. The J zip also features an integrated draft collar and hood to seal out the cold on cooler mornings.

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SKU: TNFZAHG
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