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You wish there were an adult size, don't you?
If you live where winter sinks its teeth in deep and won't let go until the power of the sun releases it, then slip your little babe into the ultra-warm, soft The North Face Infant Boys' Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting for everything from a stroller ride to the store to a trip to the resorts to watch big bro or sis take on skiing for the first time.
- DWR coating both inside and out protects the bunting from light precipitation and stains
- Hearty 550-fill down insulation offers warmth without weight and a soft, plush feel that helps him snooze even in bitter temps
- Inner leg zippers allow you to connect the legs to create a sleeping-bag-style compartment
- Asymmetrical front zipper makes for easy entry and exit and won't rub his chin
- Foldover cuffs, closed feet, and elastic binding at the hood work together to keep precious body heat trapped inside
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
It keeps my 3 months old in comfort when he is sleeping under weather that could change between minutes
please tell me the size is the size of 12...
please tell me the size is the size of 12 months in accordance with table sizes 12-18 months or 6-12 months? thank you
The size that you select in the dropdown menu will reflect the measurements of the larger end of a size range listed in the sizing chart. For the 12mos size, it will be the listing for the 6-12mos in the chart
WIll it be warm enough for a 6-10 month...
WIll it be warm enough for a 6-10 month baby in minus 10-20 celcius? With some fleece and cotton layering underneath? What is the recommended temperature range fot this bunting?
That is a really hard question to answer. It is very subjective. If the baby is just laying there it will get cold fast, no matter what it is wearing. However if you are all playing and moving about it may be sufficient for some time although again they will eventually get cold. Add to that that all babies are different and get cold at different rates makes it really difficult to put a temperature rating on it. So to sum up it really depends on what you are doing, the baby themselves, how long you are out there, and what they are wearing underneath.
Wondering the same thing...I"m considering this for my 7 mo old. Since babies that age can't really be ''active'' when we go out, is this warm enough for minus celcius weather? We live in Canada and generally go out in -20 celcius temperature...