The North Face Lil' Snuggler


Body Fabric 100% Polyester Taffeta, DWR Finish
Insulation 550 Fill Down

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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Infant Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting FEATURES of The North Face Infant Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting Asymmetrical full-front zip for easy entry and exit Quilted body Binding at cuffs and hood Fold-over booties at feet Embroidered logo at chest and back right shoulder Updated zip pull Legs zip up together to convert into a sack

- Moosejaw

Almost like wearing a sleeping bag over their entire body, this quilted 550-fill hooded bunting is insulated to keep little ones toasty and score a few smiles. Unique design features leg zips that can be combined to convert into a sack that pairs well with car seats, and cold night at the campsite. The durable, woven exterior is treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish for additional protection from light moisture. This product contains at least 90% bluesign approved fabric -- a standard for environmentally responsible production.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Infant Boys' Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting makes him even more cuddly than he was before, or maybe that's because you refuse to put him down. With a soft shell and lofty down insulation stuffed inside, you really shouldn't be expected to put down your teddy bear of a baby. A DWR finish makes this bunting water-resistant, so you two can go out and enjoy light snowfalls together. The North Face also added an asymmetric full front zipper for easy donning, bound cuffs and hood for a secure fit, and zippered legs that convert into a sack for extra comfort when he isn't in a car seat.


Snuggle your little one in toasty warmth this winter in the infant's Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting by The North Face. The natural insulation of goose down surrounds him in billowy warmth while the silky taffeta lining feels smooth on his skin. keep the legs separate or zip them together so that she gets her own personal sleeping bag.

- Mountain Gear