Keep your sleeping infant warm and safe with this HALO SleepSack wearable cotton blanket. Endorsed by First Candle/SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) Alliance, the unique sack-like design of the SleepSack eliminates the need for loose blankets and easily slips on while she's sleeping. It also makes it easy for parents to keep Baby covered and warm through the night. The SleepSac is sleeveless to reduce the risk of Baby's re-breathing into the sleeve as well as overheating. Features an inverted zipper that won't catch on Baby's chin, is harder for her to unzip and makes diaper changing easy. The Back to Sleep logo embroidered on the front reminds caregivers to put babies to sleep on their backs. Small (0-6 mos.) fits babies 10-18 lbs; and medium (6-12 mos.) fits babies 16-24 lbs. 100% flame-resistant cotton. Machine washable. Imported.
what parents are saying
I love these wearable blankets, the zippers make them easy to get on and off baby for late night diaper changes. They are light and soft as well (Sep 12, 2016)
When baby outgrows the swaddle a wearable blanket is the next best thing. The HALO SleepSack is a great alternative to loose blankets in the crib. No more stressing about baby getting wrapped up, baby can’t kick it off and you’ll rest easy knowing baby is warm. These SleepSacks come in different weights/fabric options for warmer and cooler seasons. Because they’re wearing it, it keeps baby from standing in crib but still allows baby to move. The top to bottom zipper allows for easy diaper changes. The large size range (10lbs to 36lbs) gives you plenty of time to get used to the idea of having an actual blanket in the crib (maybe).
The Catch: if little one is a mover, they may not like this
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We did the swaddle blankets, transitioned to Zipadee-Zip and then this! Honestly I do think it's just an expensive fleece sack, but I'll spend all my money if that means my son sleep thru the night!
Oct 14, 2017
While my baby doesn't like it very much, the nights that he does sleep with it makes changing his diaper easier. Theres no velcro that makes a loud noise that wakes him up. The zipper is great.
Sep 17, 2017
There is a huge variety that the sleep sacks come in. They were the best alternative to a blanket that we could find. I also found that it helped with our daughter startle reflex when she laid down.
Aug 17, 2017
We use these from about 6 months on. We have on both the lightweight and fleece. We actually tried to do just pjs the other night and baby was up far more often, likely missing her cozy sleepsack!
Aug 02, 2017
Great wearable blankets. They work really well until the child is ready for a real blanket in their crib. Only downside is that they can't walk around in the crib wearing it without tripping.
Jun 21, 2017
When returning to work my daycare said this was mandatory instead of a blanket and I am in love with this product if it were not for them I would've known the safety reasons these are made!!
Jun 15, 2017
Great for winter babies. My son's room is always much colder than the rest of the house. These worked out great and kept him warm without me worrying about suffocation from a regular blanket
Jun 06, 2017
With my special needs daughter we used the halo sleep sack every night. I was happy to know she was warm yet didn't have to worry about a blanket in crib. Washes well in regular laundry. Zipper strong
May 27, 2017
My best friend got me this to try because my little guy seemed to get cold at night! We love that you can have his hands in or out, up, or down to his sides. It is really easy to use & it's warm!
May 05, 2017
We've been using Halo sleep sacks since baby was 3 months and still use them now at 1 year. Have them in 4 diff weights (muslim, cotton, fleece, super warm) and they're better than competitor brands.
Mar 08, 2017