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Built for the growing young backpacker, the light and compressible kids' 3-season REI Co-op Nodder 25 synthetic sleeping bag is adjustable, so you can fine tune the length as your child grows.

  • Features

    • Keeps a child warm down to about 25°F
    • Attached stuff sack doubles as a length adjuster, allowing you to shorten or lengthen the bag as a child grows
    • Close-fitting hood with a stretchy opening around face offers a comfortable, kid-friendly fit
    • Dual side zips combined with hook-and-loop closure tabs allow room for arms to be free for games or reading while staying warm inside the bag
    • Shingle construction with overlapping layers eliminates cold spots; evenly distributed insulation accommodates multiposition sleepers
    • Synthetic polyester insulation is durable and retains some insulating ability even when wet
    • Ripstop nylon shell fabric is lightweight, durable, water- and abrasion resistant; nylon taffeta lining is soft and tear-resistant
    • Both zippers are backed by full-length draft tubes
    • Pad loop attachment points let you strap the sleeping bag and pad together, so a kid can't roll onto the cold ground (sleeping pad not included)
    • Designed for 6 - 10 year olds

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Temperature Rating (F)

    25 degrees (F)

    Temperature Rating (C)

    -4 degrees (C)

    Weight

    2 lbs. 8 oz.

    Shell

    Ripstop nylon

    Zipper Location

    Right

    Insulation Type

    Synthetic

    Fill

    Polyester fibers

    Fill Weight

    Unavailable

    Lining

    Nylon taffeta

    Sleeping Bag Shape

    Mummy

    Fits Up To (in.)

    60 inches

    Shoulder Girth (in.)

    52 inches

    Hip Girth (in.)

    48 inches

    Stuff Sack Size

    10 x 16 inches

    Compressed Volume

    Unavailable

    Gender

    Kids'

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