Bedtime just got better.
If bedtime at home is a battle, then getting your little adventure junkie to trade the campfire for a cold, comfortless sleeping sack can be impossible. The Marmot Kids' Trestles Junior 30 Sleeping Bag will keep your little camper cozy and turn sleeping outside into a a total treat, since it's super-colorful and loaded up with cozy Spirafil insulation that works even if it gets soda spilled on it. It's rugged as they come, too, with a polyester shell, DWR coating, and two side zippers to make getting in and out a breeze. Throw in a few grown-up features like a no-snag draft tube, warm trapezoidal footbox, and comfortable 3D hood, and the kiddos will be stoked by go to bed and bummed to wake up.
- Spirafil 120 synthetic insulation
- Mummy bag
- Polyester fabric with multiple DWR coatings
- 3D hood, no-snag draft tube, and warm face muff
- Trapezoidal footbox construction
- Compression stuff sack and hang loops
- Stash pocket
- Dual two-way zippers
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I purchased this bag for my son from Steapandcheap. This bag is just ok, he has used it for camping and sleepovers. There have been issues with the zipper and the insulation has not held up well at all. The insulation has bunched and there are now spots without any insulation. Although I have washed it according to the directions it has not held up well. The stuff sack is small but well made. I also have an LLBean kids adventure mummy for my daughter that is far superior to the Marmot. I should have stuck with LL Bean. The bag is better than a cheap Walmart bag but I expected more from a name like Marmot.