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Looking for sleeping bags for little kids - this one seems to be the best and maybe only bet so far - all other kids/youth bags I've seen are for taller/older kids

http://beta.backcountry.com/kelty-w....eyword}


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http://www.baskcanada.com/Featured/sleeping-bag/kidsbag.htm

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Looks cute - but no option to buy it online?  I click on the link but it doesn't take me anywhere.

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Contact Yeti Outfitters.  See if they can get one.

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Tarol,

I bought my Bask Yeti from these guys:

Spirit West
1210 11th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
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BTW, we ended up with the Woobie - it's great!  Very soft and fleecy inside, zips up on both sides so you can get baby in and out easy, and he stayed comfy and cozy all night in temps in the 40's :)



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Cute kid!    :)
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That is a cute picture!  :)

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I like the double side zip fold-down feature.  That'd be great for reading.

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aawww...he is so happy that he is going camping and has his own sleeping bag..adoreable.

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I like the fleece inside - cozy :)  My bag only has fleece in the foot area.

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Big Agnes Little Red. Love the Pad integration for a kid (even though it doesn't work so well for me)

https://www.bigagnes.com/Products/Detail/Bag/littlered

Edit: Wow.. a LITTLE one! The Woobie looks comfy for him!


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Sweet C,

Love the jammies. Reminds me of the BearCrossing days.


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