Courtney Deanwrote a review of Kelty Little Tree 20 Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic - Boys' on August 3, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it several times
After a difficult night in Bryce Canyon, I decided I should not abuse my toddler anymore and get a proper sleeping bag. Blankets just don't do it for a squirmy little baby. But last I checked, they don't make bags for children under 3ft. So I went with a youth bag thinking i could fold the excess. Well, I never got to try. Grandpa showed up with an RV and mommy elected to sleep the baby in there instead of the tent with the grizzlies in Yellowstone.
But, a failed heater in Uncle's (this was an extended family trip) pop-up left a cousin frozen and miserable. So the bag went to him. Four nights in it with on cool nights with lows in the low 40s left no complaints.
So while it didn't keep my kid warm, it did do its job for a 10 year old.
I'd love to get a feather bag so dad doesn't have to hump this thing. It's 3lbs and packs down to the size of my bag, meaning I can't get away with a 50L pack anymore. Still have a few more years before he can hike on his own anyway, so we're car camping for now. I guess it's a fine compromise.