HALO® SleepSack® wearable blanket Cotton Sweater Knit | Blue
The Halo® SleepSack® wearable blanket replaces loose blankets in the crib that can cover your baby's face and interfere with breathing. In addition to sleeping safer, it helps babies sleep better, too. It's a warm cuddly blanket they can't kick off; ensuring baby sleeps soundly throughout the night.
- Replaces loose blankets for safe sleep.
- Recognized as “Hip Healthy” by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
- Inverted zipper for easy diaper changes.
- Machine wash with like colors.
- Cotton Cable Sweater Knit | TOG 1.5
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These are warm and work very well. My daughter likes them.
My baby doesn't like to be swaddled so this is a great and safe alternative. I love that it's sleeveless, prevents over heating. I bought four different ones I loved them so much.
Warm, Cozy and Fancy
We love Halo. We have their cotton and micro-fleece SleepSacks as well. This is a great in between weight. It is a nicer SleepSack making a perfect gift.
I love Halo sleepsacks! I'm so thankful they have made it their mission to educate parents and protect babies. We started out with the swaddle sleep sacks and have moved up to this one now. I was worried the sweater material might be too heavy, but it is perfect winter. We live in the south so even in the winter it can be warm sometimes. It is breathable but has just the right "heaviness" to make it comfy. My son loves it and so do I! When I get it out he knows it is time to go to sleep. And I sleep soundly knowing he is safe!
SleepSack® Wearable Blanket Specifications
Size Chart & TOG Values
Available for babies from birth to 24 months. View our size chart to select the proper size for your child.
Turn inside out and close zipper before laundering. Machine wash warm with like colors on gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.
Never use soft bedding such as loose blankets, bumpers, pillows, and positioners in baby's sleep area. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests the use of wearable blankets to keep your baby warm.