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OZtrail Lawson Junior Hooded Sleeping Bag

SKU# OZT_10161

The Lawson Junior Hooded Sleeping Bag is the same as the adult version, just scaled down to fit smaller family members! It is a rectangular bag with a cocoon style lip hood with a drawcord so they can keep all their body warmth inside the bag and is filled with a non-allergenic ExoTherm Xr® synthetic hollow fibre that has great insulating properties which along with a chest collar and draft tubes has the bag rated to -5°C to ensure a warm sleep.

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  • Non-allergenic hollow fibre ExoTherm Xr® fill has outstanding insulating properties
  • Performance temperature rating of -5°C
  • Cocoon style lip hood with drawcord so that you can tighten the hood snugly around your head
  • Draft tubes over zips keep cold air out
  • Eziglide™ zip guard helps prevent the zip from snagging
  • Chest collar helps to keep you warmer by preventing the loss of warm air
  • VELCRO® closure at top of the sleeping bag keeps the bag around you allowing you to control the temperature by adjusting the zip
  • # 5 coil zip with auto-lock
  • 210D Polyester compression bag with double webbing straps included
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty against defects of material or manufacture


Length 170cm
Width 65cm
Rolled Size 20 x 31cm
Fill ExoTherm Xr®
Fill Weight 2 x 150g/m
Average Weight 1.2kg
Outer Material 70D 210T Ripstop polyester
Inner Material Polycotton
Temperature Rating minus 5°C


ExoTherm Xr® is a high quality hollow fibre that has had its surface area increased dramatically through two processes; firstly the fibres are crimped so they have a powerful lofting ability, secondly the fibres are twisted together in pairs offering even more surface area to trap warm air. The result is a high loft fill that captures a large volume of warm air and restricts its movement offering remarkable levels of insulation.

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