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For the smallest campers who are serious about staying warm during spring and summer nights in the wild.
- Extendable footbox permits 12in (30cm) of extra room for growing campers (from 37-49in), but when not used the material provides additional insulation for tiny feet
- Child-friendly two-way zipper features an anti-snag strip and hook-and-loop garage at the collar
- Internal pocket holds a flashlight and toy dinosaurs for playtime in the tent or RV
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I purchased the bag in hopes of keeping...
I purchased the bag in hopes of keeping my dinosaur warm in the inner pocket but can't seem to find one. Was that false advertising to entrap dinosaur lovers?
Trust me, we at Backcountry.com would go to shameless lengths to ensnare any dinosaur lovers we can. However, the Deuter Little Star EXP should have an internal pocket in the hood as detailed on Deuter's website. If there is no pocket on your bag, and this proves to be a deal breaker for your jurassiphilic nature, we can certainly do a return for you.
Great bag that gets bigger
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Great sleeping bag for your little one. We got the Little Star when Ali was 1 and1/2 and we’ve used it to camp, car camp, and while traveling. It’s warm, easy to zip, and easy to clean. It’s a little big, but usable, for a 1.5 year-old; Ali is now three and fits perfectly; but the bag also has an extension that you can unzip (awesome) and add about 1 foot in length. It’s been durable and we are excited to keep using it for the next couple years. It’s kept Ali plenty warm camping in a tent at 10,000 feet in the summer/fall.
Is this sleeping bag too big for a 1 year...
Is this sleeping bag too big for a 1 year old?
It'll be a little roomy, but not TOO big by any means. You can see in the Tech Specs that the maximum height is 44 inches, so there'll probably be a foot or so of room, depending on how big your 1-year-old is.
Are we ready?
Our son is ready for camping :)
I bought this for my 2 year old and he loves it. I think he would probably sleep with it every night if we let him. We have only used it once actually camping. The temps dipped into the mid 40s and he was nice and toasty. I will update when we have some more uses under our belts but so far so good!