Towards the end of the long summer, Willy Teddy bear has been eating enough food to sustain him through his winter rest. Now he is tired – his eyes are small and his body and legs have become heavy. He is looking forward to having a long sleep in his cosy cave among the fern, moss and lichens. With Willy Teddy bear, Steiff marks the autumn with a hibernating bear for collectors: with steel granulate in his body, arms and legs, a loosely jointed head and a checked scarf. So if you are planning on a quiet, cosy winter, you will find him an ideal companion. Of course, bears never go into a really deep sleep when hibernating during the winter, so Willy is always ready for an adventure.