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Slumbersac Baby Sleeping Bag, 1 Tog - Moon & Stars

Features

  • The safest way for babies to sleep – no additional blankets or covers required
  • Keeps babies and children at a comfortable temperature
  • High quality zip fastening with protective zip cover for easy nappy changing
  • Under arm poppers on all sizes up to 36 months for a secure fit
  • Size 18-36 months is adjustable (110cm when extended/90cm when folded)
  • 1.0 Tog, Slightly padded – Suitable for warmer weather & room temperatures between 19-24 degrees.
Material & Care
  • 100% jersey cotton outer fabric and inner lining 
  • Soft & breathable polyester fleece filling
  • Machine washable at 60 degrees – Tumble dry on low heat
  • Rigorously tested and certified according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100
Tog & Size Guides

CHOOSING THE RIGHT BABY SLEEPING BAG

WHAT IS TOG?

The tog rating or weight of a baby sleeping bag determines its thickness and therefore how warm it keeps your child. The higher the tog rating (weight) the warmer the baby sleeping bag. Please follow our recommendations on the table below to determine which tog is the best one for you. The decision depends mainly on the nursery temperature.

Our table also suggests what your baby should wear, depending on the temperature and weight of the bag. These are guidelines only - you should always check your baby to make sure they don’t overheat. Remember it is better to be cool than hot and it is quite normal for the baby’s hands and arms to be cool. Feel the nape of your baby’s neck – if it is damp then your baby might be too warm.

SIZE GUIDE

Standard and Long Sleeve Sleeping Bags

Our sleeping bag sizing is generous because your child should be able to kick and wriggle freely in the sleeping bag. Ideally babies’ feet should be at ¾ of the sleeping bag, leaving the bottom quarter of the sleeping bag ‘empty’.

Therefore, it is advised you buy the sleeping bag based on your child’s age and do not go a size bigger. It is not safe to use sleeping bags that are too big. Your child’s head should not be able to pass through the neck hole when the sleeping bag is zipped up, otherwise it is too big. These sizes are recommendations. Every child is different, so always try the sleeping bag on for size and refer to our guide before purchasing.