The North Face Lil' Snuggler
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If you live where winter sinks its teeth in deep and won't let go until the power of the sun releases it, then slip your little babe into the ultra-warm, soft The North Face Infant Boys' Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting for everything from a stroller ride to the store to a trip to the resorts to watch big bro or sis take on skiing for the first time.
On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Infant Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Infant Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting Asymmetrical front zip for easy entry and exit Quilted body Elastic binding at cuffs and hood Fold-over mitts and booties Legs zip together to convert to a sack Embroidered logo at left chest and back right shoulder The SPECS of The North Face Infant Lil' Snuggler Down Bunting Average Weight: 10.6 oz / 300 g Center Back Length: 27.5in. Inseam: 9.5in. Body: 50D 76 g/m2 100% recycled polyester (bluesign approved fabric) Lining: 50D 76 g/m2 100% recycled polyester (bluesign approved fabric) Insulation: 550 fill down This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Inspired by our adult down suit used by mountaineers for decades to summit Mt. Everest, this down insulated bunting is sure to keep little ones toasty, and score a few smiles. Constructed with durable taffeta exterior with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, this resilient material is coupled with a lofty 550-fill down throughout for ample, plush warmth. 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 North Face
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