Tundra wolf sleeping bag
Design touches include glow-in-the-dark YKK zipper, hoops for quicker drying, zipped inside pocket for mini torches, phones or valuables and a rucksack-style stuff bag with careful sizing to combine easy packing and carrying. Clever zip design allows drowsy kids to get up and move - putting footwear on - without leaving their cosy three season sleeping bag
Intended use: Camping, sleepovers, holidays down to -5℃
Recommended age: age 6-teen
Size: 170 (l) x 70 (w) x 10 (h) cm
Units per pack: 1
Colours: Navy and purple
Material: Maximum quality 380T ripstop nylon cover, lightweight hollowfibre filling. interior fabric in highly breathable 190T polyester. Machine-washable at 40℃
Made in Zhejiang, China
Our glow in the dark zip means this sleeping bag is exciting from the get go! Equipped with buttoned hoops for easier airing and clear maintenance instructions aimed at kids. The dark grey interior fabric in highly breathable 190T polyester will look and feel fresh even after years of use.
The rucksack-style carry straps on the stuff sack allow the kids to take charge of their own gear!
Canis lupus tundrarum
"Survives the harshest winters on earth"
The Tundra wolf is the biggest amongst the dog family of mammals. An adult male can weigh as much as 75 kilos, reaching 2m in length and 1m in height.
A pack of Tundra wolves may range over areas of more than 40,000 sq km to find enough caribou to kill for survival. The Tundra wolf squeals, yells, barks and howls to signal how they feel.
- - Can survive winters up to -50°C
- - Wolves howling can be heard 8km away
- - Very expressive, social animals
- - The whole pack helps in raising the pups
The Alaskan tundra wolf has a close relative in Finland and Russia, the White tundra wolf, which has an even longer coat.
- - Wolves were decimated, but are now staging a comeback
- - The dominant female breeds in February with the dominant male
- - She normally gives birth to four pups in springtime