The best thing about the Black Wolf Eskimo 300 sleeping bag, is that your kids will want to crawl inside and go to sleep each night, the trouble is that you may have problems getting them up in the morning!
With all the features of a quality adult’s sleeping bag, such as draft tubes and contoured hood, you can rest in peace knowing that your kids will sleep warm while keeping overnight necessities handy in an internal zippered pocket. Full length zips enable bags to be zipped together, or used as a doona, and durable fabrics allow for machine washing.
Not just for kids though, the Black Wolf Eskimo 300 is suitable for shorter adults up to 145cm tall, and is a good option for winter camping or for those who feel the cold.
Was looking for a sleeping bag that would provide comfort and warmth for my kids. This is very good quality and as usual with Snowy’s came at a great price and was received quickly after ordering. Great service as usual.
I have 2 of these now for a 2 and 5yr old. Recent 'windy' trip in Wallroo saw them both snug and cozy from the elements around them. Love the extra detail with Pillow inserts and valuables pocket.
Keepsour little man all cozy and warm
A great kids sleeping bag. Nice features like the pillow pocket. The kids loved sleeping in it. They didn't get cold at all but so far they haven't used it below 9 degrees.
We camped for a very cold night in the snowy mountains. Our 5 year old didn't stir once, he was snug as a bug. Great kids' bag.
just love this product great value for money and good quality so much easier and lighter than quilts and blankets folds up so compact
Arrived quickly & was even better than I had expected. My son immediately wanted to try it out & ended up sleeping in it in a tent in the backyard for 3 nights! in a row because it was so comfortable!
Great sleeping bag for the kids. Keeps them warm in the cold (no complaints from them) and very easy to care for if they get soiled in any way.
Great value for money. I bought it for my son and he absolutely loves it.
We purchased these to be used at the shack by the kids. Great qualityand even when we found a defect in one of the seams the bag was replaced at no cost in 2 days - great service!
I'd had my eye on this for Christmas, and now there's only light blue ones left :(
I've just checked this out for you and it looks like Black Wolf won't be making the Eskimo 300 for their 2017/18 season. They will be bringing out new kids sleeping bags very soon though however.
Unfortunately, we do only have a limited amount left, but at least you can grab one at a great price!
Apart from the obvious 5 degree difference, does it matter which one I buy? We only go camping in the Spring/Summer and Autumn, and it doesn't get too cold in the tent. There's barely a price difference. Why would anyone buy the 0°C bag? Is the packed size much different?
The main difference is the temperature rating, as the Eskimo 250 has less filling so it's not as warm and is therefore also slightly lighter. Both Eskimo bags also have the same packed dimensions which are 32L x 16W x 16H cm.
The -5°C rated bag (Eskimo 300) offers a lower rating so you could use it in winter as well as the other seasons. The 0°C bag is an option to those who are hot sleepers or who don’t need a bag that’s rated to -5°C.
The specs says maximum user height is 170cm, however, it also says "suitable for shorter adults up to 145cm tall", which is a bit confusing. Is it 170cm or 145cm? I'm 156cm and 50kg. Would I fit? I don't want to have my shoulders sticking out as that would defeat the purpose of having a sleeping bag rated to -5 degrees. Thanks.
As far as I can find 145cm is what Black Wolf recommends as the user height, but I think we have put 170cm because the entire length of the bag is 180cm but from looking at the bag more closely I think that spec is a bit off so I'll make sure that gets updated.
I've laid out the tape measure to your height (156cm) on the bag, I don't believe your shoulders will stick out of the bag as that height comes up to the middle of the hood, but it may be a bit too snug across the chest and foot so that's something to keep in mind.
What is the best way to wash this sleeping bag
The best thing for most sleeping bags is a good hand wash. This one is machine washable, but you should only use a front loading washine machine on a gentle cycle.
Hi, I have two toddlers and I am looking at these bags.... Do you think the -5 is too warm for them??? We are in WA and its going to be rare that it gets that cold.... just mulling over if we should get the 0 degrees ones instead??
Will this be ok to use in summer or will we need a separate bag for warmer weather?
Are these also available in the Tuff All Season Junior s/bag from your store, and if how much?
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