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Hannah CARVEL JR
Kids’ sleeping bag
|Width||25.59 inch (65 cm)|
|Length||64.96 inch (165 cm)|
|Weight||2.095 lbs (951 g)|
|Width after packaging||8.27 inch (21.01 cm)|
|Length after packaging||11.81 inch (30 cm)|
|Colour||black, light green, white|
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Since 2002, countries of the European Union use a European standard EN 13537 as an indicator of temperature ratings of sleeping bags.
The standard sets material requirements, both surface and filling materials, and specifies concrete demands including hygienic requirements. The standard predominantly deals with thermal insulating properties of the sleeping bags.
The standard is only of a recommending character and the manufacturer isn’t obliged to test these properties.
Thermal insulating properties of the sleeping bag change according to the surrounding environment and the person’s clothing. It’s presumed, that certain circumstances can negatively affect the properties of the sleeping bag, for example in a case of high air humidity. It should be remembered, that the values are always meant for sleeping inside of a tent and on a corresponding mat.