Our thoughtfully designed BABY IN MERINO™ Sleep Sack with open legs is a natural progression for your child’s growth between the ages of 6 months - 4 years old.
The open construction of the legs allows your children to grow with the Sleep Sack for long-term use.
Secured with the same comfortable design of the open armholes & zipper to ensure that your child stays covered and warm throughout the night!
After a good night’s sleep from not walking up cold, the addition of the simple foot openings in the legs gives him/her the freedom of getting out of bed to walk around safely and play!
We start by offering an inner layer of high quality, ecologically friendly 100% MERINO WOOL that directly touches your baby’s skin.
Upon instant contact, MERINO WOOL is naturally temperature regulating in both cold and hot climates. This feature creates optimal comfort for baby and child immediately improving their sleep quality.
Because MERINO WOOL is super-soft, it’s effects are immediate on your child as it creates an instant soothing, tactile effect on their skin, which in turn comforts, relaxes and creates a sense of cosines along with well being for them.
Our final touch is a high quality, ecologically friendly 100% ORGANIC COTTON outer layer, which wraps the MERINO WOOL inner layer with its breathable shell allowing the two fabrics to work together for your child’s ultimate comfort and cosines!
Practical and easy to use - front full-length YKK zipper
Long fold down cuffs with fold over closures to cover little toes
Suitable for use in temperatures 63°F - 79°F (17°C to 26°C)
Soft and itch-free, the best choice for a child who suffers from allergies, and eczema
Exceptional thermo-regulating features help little ones stay dry and warm
Designed and tested in the USA, made in Slovakia, EU from eco-friendly and GOTS certified fabric
Sleep sacks meet US Children's Sleepwear Safety Regulations
Come with drawstring bag for easy storage
Sleep sacks are generous in size, we do not recommend sizing up.
length of sleep sack*
height of child
weight of child
29" (74 cm)
24 - 29 in (61 - 73.7 cm)
11 - 18 lbs (5 - 8.2 kg)
32.5" (83 cm)
28 - 33 in (71 - 84 cm)
17 - 27 lbs (7.7 -12.3 kg)
40" (102 cm)
32 - 40 in (81.3 - 101.6 cm)
26 - 44 lbs (11.8 - 18 kg)
46" (117 cm)
39 - 45 in (100 - 115 cm)
33 - 44 lbs (15 -20 kg)
*from shoulders to the end of cuffs
THERMAL BASE SETS
Thermal base layers are designed to fit snugly (close to the body). We suggest a size up if you like a more loose fit for your child.
11.5" (29 cm)
9.8" (25 cm)
12.5" (33 cm)
11" (28 cm)
14" (35 cm)
14" (36 cm)
15.75" (40 cm)
16" (41 cm)
17.7" (45 cm)
19.5" (49 cm)
* T-shirt length - length from the shoulder to the bottom of the T-shirt ** Inside leggings - length of the leggings from the crotch to the heel of footed pans or end of the cuffs
We believe in things that last and want to help your products look good for as long as possible.
How to care for your merino wool products?
Merino needs far less washing compared to cotton and synthetic fabrics. Often simply hanging your Merino garment outside on the line for a few hours is enough for it to refresh and renew. This is because it breathes better than any other material and is naturally antibacterial and odor resistant.
Regular airing of your Baby in Merino Products will keep them fresh. When you do wash your garments, always be sure to follow the instructions on the label.
Use environmentally friendly detergent. Wash wool preferably by hand in lukewarm water or with a wool (gentle) cycle, max. 90˚F (30˚C).
Never soak your Merino garments, as this destroys the wool fibers.
Use only soft spin and do not tumble dry.
Press moisture in a towel, reshape, and dry flat.
Do not dry wool in direct sunlight or close to a heating source.
For protection against moths, store wool clothing in a sealed plastic bag when not being used.
We recommend treating your wool garments with an environmentally friendly wool conditioner to preserve their softness and ability to absorb moisture.
As our wool has not been treated with a synthetic coating, it may pill. If pilling occurs, do not despair. This is a natural process where friction causes the short fibers to migrate to the surface.