Recently on BBC News I read about the suggestion of Julian Glover, a journalist and former government aide, to let every schoolchild experience a night in the UK national parks. That’s a great idea to stoke their sense of adventure and all the more fun with freedom our CozyBags offer. Our Bergstop youth sleeping bag is available in size S for teenagers between 120-160 cm (up to 62 inch or 5 feet).
Not only do the sleeves ensure that the arms stay warm, the practical hand opening allows to grab the torch or hold the binocular. The hood makes sure head and shoulders stay warm without risk of uncovering oneself during the night or while seated. Finally, the bottom opening transforms the sleeping bag into a long jacket, with which you can move around quickly without leaving the warm comfort of your CozyBag.
Naturally that serves kids well, who move much more and spontaneously, they don’t want to feel constrained by the cocoon of a traditional sleeping bag. If useful for a night under the stars, that’s not the limit. The CozyBag can be used for a sleepover at friends, for school trips and sport events in which the kids may sleep in large halls or simple hostels, and of course during the family camping holiday in a camper van or tent at the seaside or in the mountains.
Multifunctional and versatile
Equally practical for the parents, it gives you freedom to move in every situation. In the tent you can find the water bottle or mobile phone without crawling out of the sleeping bag. And if the kids had a bad dream you can easily reach out for a hug. Different sizes and thickness of isolation ensures there is a fit for everybody.
Klar, ein Hüttenschlafsack ist ein Sack um in Hütten zu schlafen. Aber was zählt als Hüttenschlafsack? Das erklären wir hier in diesem Blogbeitrag.