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Deuter Little Star EXP children's sleeping bag

Sleeping bag for children - grows with the children
1 270.00 kr 921.00 kr

Deuter Starlight EXP

Children - junior sleeping bag from Deuter.
1 429.00 kr 952.00 kr

Deuter Starlight Pro EXP

Deuter fiber sleeping bag for children
1 429.00 kr 1 111.00 kr

Deuter Starlight SQ EXP

Square junior sleeping bag
1 429.00 kr 1 111.00 kr

Grand Canyon Cuddle Bag 150 Green

sleeping bag for children
714.00 kr

Grand Canyon Utah 150 kids

Square children's sleeping bag
603.00 kr 475.00 kr

Haglöfs Moonlite Jr

Children's sleeping bag
1 111.00 kr 873.00 kr

Helsport Rago Down Jr.

Down sleeping bag for children.
3 178.00 kr

Nordisk Puk Junior

Small and practical junior sleeping bag
1 191.00 kr 952.00 kr

Nordisk Puk Scout

For the outdoor-loving children
1 429.00 kr 1 111.00 kr

Nordic Tension Junior

Sleeping bag for the younger ones
3 019.00 kr 2 383.00 kr

Sleeping bags for children in various lengths and price ranges
Test winners in the range of warm bags
Sleeping bags for children who need to sleep outside, either in connection with a scout camp or an outdoor trip. And no - your child will not freeze out there. On the other hand, it will get a great experience to take home.
If children are to have good experiences with nature and outdoor life in general, it is important that they have the opportunity to sleep outside from an early age. There is something special about sitting with your 2-year-old by a small campfire. Listening to the birds and the other sounds of the forest. Putting the little one to sleep in the sleeping bag in the tent when they have fallen asleep in your arms. Life in nature is simply good!

How do I choose a sleeping bag for my child?

Fortunately, there are plenty of good sleeping bags available for children who want to have great outdoor experiences.

Choose your child's sleeping bag based on the same criteria as you choose your own. Consider how warm it should be, how much it should weigh (if that is important), what the insulating filling in the sleeping bag is, and are there any special features you would like?

There are more and more special features in sleeping bags as development progresses. It can be simple things like 2-way zippers that provide good ventilation options. It can also be extra insulation in vulnerable areas, especially around the feet. It can be that the sleeping bag should have pockets for valuables. Finally, there may also be what manufacturers often call a heat collar, which is an insulated edge sewn into the upper chest area to keep the warmth inside the sleeping bag.

You are very welcome to call or write to andersenoutdoor.com for advice on the right sleeping bag for your child. We naturally have knowledge about the sleeping bags from our professional expertise. But just as importantly, we also have our own and others' children sleeping outside - even when it's really cold.

Find the right sleeping bag here.