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He'll give a look of satisfaction when you slide The North Face Infant Boys' Buttery Fleece Bunting on him. Maybe it's because its moleskin fleece lives up to this soft bunting's name, or maybe it's because he just finished going potty. The full-zip sides should make a for quick fix if it was the latter, and fold-over cuffs at the sleeves and legs help him crawl around afterwards.

  • Moleskin fleece
  • Full-zip sides
  • Fold-over cuffs at sleeves and legs

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Not just for "Boys"

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:True to size

I got this for my granddaughter, she has lovely blue eyes, and I know this will look lovely on her, as well as keep her warm during the cold Michigan winter. It feels wonderful to me! And I love how the ends will cover her hands and feet!


Super soft, comfy, and washes well

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Use one for our 10 Month old on camping/backpacking trips.

He's clearly much more comfortable in this than nylon shelled insulated buntings.

Super cute all bundled up.

Washes well. (bought a white one on discount. Avocado, strawberry, dirt, etc. This bunting has gone in looking like something from the bottom of a dumpster, comes out of the washer looking new each time so far)

Great freedom of movement.

Nice to have the fold over hands and feet. When he's crawling around in the tent he has full access. When its time to go to bed we fold them closed so his fingers and toes stay warm (and can't move around as easily).

Good for SoCal summer nights even at elevation or on the coast. (He sleeps covered with a sleeping bag with me or my wife, but we feel its plenty for cool [~50-60F] damp mornings/evenings on its own.)

Hood stays on him much better than a hat/beanie would.

Just, very soft, fleece material so not ideal for anything that's going to be wet or windy.

Can't really rate sizing since infants vary so much and he's a big boy, but have the 12 mo. size which fits him well. So I'd guess sizing is probably right on if your LO is in 50% height/weight. The neck did seem a bit small when fully zipped up.

Hey Alan! Thanks for all the awesome reviews, the Backcountry community appreciates it!