Big Kids FAQ
How do I know what size Big Kid SleepSack to use?
To select the proper size Big Kid SleepSack, we recommend selecting the size that best matches your child’s weight & height measurements. The size chart below should be used to find the size that best fits your child.
|2 to 3T||34 - 40 in
86 - 101 cm
|25 - 40 lbs
11.3 - 18 kg
|4 to 5T||40 - 46 in
101 - 116 cm
|30 - 50 lbs
13.6 - 22.6 kg
Why does the product pool at my childs legs?
The generous sack design allows room for kicking, but cannot be kicked off, so baby stays warm all night. With its unique foot openings, the HALO® SleepSack® Big Kids wearable blanket allows for greater mobility while children are awake, but also keeps little feet covered and warm while sleeping.
Why is the Big Kid SleepSack sleeveless?
The HALO Big Kid SleepSack is sleeveless to reduce the chance of baby overheating and is easier to be worn with regular sleepwear underneath. Additionally, its sleeveless design makes it easy for parents to slip the SleepSack on and off the child, even while your child is already sleeping!
Why is the ZIPPER upside down?
The zipper is inverted to allow you to unzip the SleepSack from the bottom for easy bathroom visits. There is no need to disrobe fully.
How does the HALO Big Kid SleepSack hold up in the washing machine?
Our Big Kid SleepSack is made of the highest-grade fabrics available which will remain durable through many washings. The Big Kid SleepSack should be washed with like colors, gentle cycle, and tumbled dry on low heat. It is also helpful to zip the product and turn inside-out before laundering.
How does the HALO Big Kid SleepSack help children sleep safely?
The Big Kid SleepSack is a warm cuddly blanket that your child cannot kick off; ensuring they sleep well and stay covered throughout the night. The Big Kid SleepSack replaces loose blankets in the crib that can cover your child’s face and interfere with breathing. It also helps reduce the risk of overheating.
Is the HALO SleepSack wearable blanket chemically treated with flame retardant chemicals?
NO. The fabric and fibers used to make our garments are not chemically treated in any way.