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The North Face
Wasatch Pro 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic - Kids'

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Wasatch Pro 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic

Built for nights under the stars or at a friend's house, The North Face Wasatch Pro 20 Sleeping Bag: 20F Synthetic offers warmth, decent packability, and most importantly, comfort. The Heatseeker Eco insulation offers lightweight and lofty warmth that encourages hike-in camping and nights spent in the backyard.


  • Synthetic insulation sleeping bag built for any adventure
  • Polyester face fabric handles daily wear and tear with ease
  • Heatseeker Eco insulation provides lofty and reliable warmth
  • Roomy mummy design pairs warmth with comfort for long days
  • Included stuff sack helps you pack this bag down nice and small
  • Item #TNFZBN5
100% polyester
30% recycled Heatseeker Eco (synthetic)
Max User Height
Shoulder Circumference
Hip Circumference
Bag Length
Pad Retainer
Stuff Sack
Stuff Size
8 x 14in
Claimed Weight
2lb 5oz
backpacking, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 14, 2023

Crazy First Sleeping Bag Review

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
3' 5"

This North Face Wasatch Pro kids sleeping bag is a winner. I've been using North Face bags since the time when they were still owned by Douglas Tompkins. The sleeping bags never faileth. I have two of the Kazoo series and my wife has one. They work perfect for us. So I assumed that a big old bulky, synthetic kids bag at 20°F would be perfect for my 3.5 y/o little lady while camping in 45°F weather near Capitol Reef. She has always seen mom and dad camping in sleeping bags. She was thrilled when she saw her favorite stuffed animal sleeping in it on the living room floor after dinner one night. She jumped right in. The colors are kid perfect. The bag is pretty cozy. But I did need to put one of her blankies in with her, just for that extra warmth. Since she is still small, I stuffed another blanket in the bottom just past her feet so the mass of dead air down there wouldn't get cold. Not sure I would take a kid camping in colder weather. If that was the case, I would probably need a warmer bag. But I think that is true for most of us with the sleeping bag ratings. 20°F bags generally mean you'll survive a 20°F night, but be pretty comfy at 40°F.

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