A toasty kid's bag with room to grow up to a foot overnight.

Since your kid grows like a weed but loves to camp, ditch the drafty quilt for the Deuter Kids' Starlight EXP Sleeping Bag, because it expands a full twelve inches in response to sporadic growth spurts. Lined with soft microfleece and insulated with a high loft synthetic fiber, this mummy bag will help keep your little camper warm and dreaming throughout the night.

  • The bottom zip at the footbox releases the bag's extra length to increase its max user height to 5 feet 7 inches
  • The extra bag material serves as extra foot insulation for smaller, more shiver-prone campers
  • Contoured hood, zipper draft tube, and drawcord seals off the cold tent air
  • Inside pocket hides a flashlight for secret nighttime missions
  • Anti-snag zipper prevents bedtime frustrations

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This is not a down-filled bag.

The title is incorrect for this product. Check the product specs for insulation type. Otherwise, manufacturing quality is typical high-quality Deuter. The bag does expand a full foot and zipper seems easy to deal with.

hi there, my little one will be almost 2...

hi there, my little one will be almost 2 yo in August when we will be in Yellowstone, WY... I understand it could get as cold as 40 F in the night: will this bag be ok and should we make sure to add liner, dress her with long bottoms and shirt? the other daughter will be 4 yo by then: I guess we should get 2 of these and we should be good to go... suggestions?

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For no less than 40 degrees, a couple of these should do. Besides making sure both kids have the option of wearing a thermal layer, make sure they have some warm socks. Also make sure to keep them up off the ground with a pad of some sort- convective heat loss from sleeping directly on the ground is what will make or break any bag's effectiveness.

Another option for a kid's sleeping bag with a lower temperature rating (20 degrees) would be The North Face Tigger.

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Thanks a lot Phil, we'll be using the sleeping bags in warmer places as well (we are from Rio de Janeiro) so I think I will go for these. I am tempted by the Tigger as well but I am afraid it would not be as useful once back home... we'll have nice padding (Z-Lite or similar if not even a DownMat).

Does anyone know a temperature rating on...

Does anyone know a temperature rating on this little bag?

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These will keep your little one warm down to about 35 degrees.