children's sleeping bags

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children's sleeping bags

Postby busmother » 30 Mar 2013, 15:30

Any top tips for sleeping bags? Suddenly had a brainwave on birthday presents - just come back from their cousins where they slept in sleeping bags and thought they were great. And we need to get some for all the camping trips we ARE GOING TO DO THIS SUMMER, so they will be both not pointless stuff, and they will be really pleased with them.
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Re: children's sleeping bags

Postby weasley » 30 Mar 2013, 15:50

I wasn't going to bother with specific children's sleeping bags at first but then found Gelert children's bags in the range on sale last year. They are fab and the boys love them. No pictures or characters for them to get fed up of and they're big enough to last them until they're teenage ish.
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Re: children's sleeping bags

Postby Disco » 30 Mar 2013, 17:20

You can get ones that you can shorten/lengthen so whilst they're still wee there isn't too much extra bag, and the same one should still do until they're early teens.

Here we are, like this one.

But I haven't used them... so can't actually advise. Just saw in the shops and thought they were good.
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