Born in the wild.
Slip him inside the Patagonia Infant Boys' Micro D Bunting to let him feel as comfortable in the natural world as he is in your arms. These reimagined feety pajamas are made for babies raised around the outdoors, so they’re crafted with recycled polyester fleece to dry quickly while keeping him warm and cozy. There’s enough room for layering on colder days and the three-panel hood offers him a snug fit.
Your little tyke may not be used to the cold yet, so the Micro D Bunting is backed with an internal wind flap and a three-snap closure on the neck that prevents chafing. The welted, full-length zipper gives you easy access to any smelly surprises in his diaper while the gusseted crotch and flat inseam gives him ease of movement. This bunting also features convertible hand mitts with spandex binding and non-skid, synthetic soles on the feet.
- Micro-polyester fleece, recycled polyester
- Three-panel hood
- Welted, full-length zipper
- Gusseted crotch
- Item #PAT012J
- Q & A
Ready for fall
This is a great bunting for fall or even a layer or a cold day inside. Like all other Patagonia baby clothing it runs slightly large.
Awesome Piece for Infants!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought: 18 month
- Weight: 23lbs
Our son is 9 months old and is already outgrowing his version of this in the 6-12 month size. We had to get another one to have on hand for when the other finally does get too small. We are an active family that camps a lot and takes the kids in the backpacks in the winter time. This is a must have for cooler temps and easy layering. Plus we like that you can still put the kid in a carseat and he's safe and warm.
I want an adult one....
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I am planning to give this Patagonia bunting to friends who just had a baby, and it looks awesome! The fleece is so soft and the diamond stripe pattern is really cute. I would love to wear this if they made it for adults.
I don't have kids, but the full length zipper seems ideal for getting a baby in and out of it and the top close to the chin switches over to buttons which I imagine is good for not worrying about zipping skin in. Feels like a really solid product (I would expect nothing less from Patagonia)