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Your pint-sized camper gets a pint-sized bag for family camping trips with the The North Face Blue Ridge Bx Sleeping Bag. Overlapping-shingle construction ensures your child’s bag doesn’t have any cold spots, and Heatshield Optimal Technology SL insulation efficiently retains body heat and dries quickly if it gets dragged out onto the dewy grass in the morning. A hood zipper helps keep junior cozy in temperatures down to 20 degrees. A shoulder-level pocket works well as a headlamp stash spot, and easy-grab pull tabs make unzipping the Blue Ridge a cinch, in case nature calls in the middle of the night.

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4 5

My kids are stoked

I picked up 3 of these for my daughters. They love them. They keep asking to go camping now which is fun that they are that excited about it now that they have their own stuff. Good construction and big enough for them to grow into them.

What's the difference between "Heatshield"...

What's the difference between "Heatshield" on this bag and "ClimaShield CL" on the NF Tigger bag?

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Climashield is a brand that produces synthetic insulations, Heatshield is TNF's proprietary stuff. The Climashield will be more compressible, lighter for its warmth, softer, and last through more compression cycles.