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
Really easy to use. Great for my son, who was born during a Michigan winter. Way safer than wrapping him in a big blanket at bedtime. (Feb 11, 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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Lightweight sleepsack to keep baby safe at night- we also have a fleece version to stay warmer on colder nights. Much safer than loose blankets in the crib (don’t do that!) and keeps baby snug!
Nov 08, 2019
These are very large for the size they advertise. They work well as a sleep slack and wearable blanket but they are more expensive than others that do the same thing. They are easy to zip on/off
Feb 24, 2019
We loved these when kids were infants and just discovered they come in larger sizes! I love the safety factor, and that they can’t kick them off. Waking up cold is the worst and this is the solution
Nov 14, 2018
A good warm weather swaddle option—keeps his feet in, but the arms are free. We use this more for daytime short naps, and a more confining swaddle for nighttime sleeping. Our LO seems to like it.
Oct 01, 2018
Soft cotton sleepsack. Good for warmer weather or warm indoor temperature. The neck opening seems a big large as if baby's head can get through if he wiggles lots, though this never have happened yet.
May 10, 2018
Great fit! I was worried when we transitioned our daughter out of the swaddle but these are a great transition for her. Keeps her warm and keeps me from worrying about having an actual blanket on her
Mar 09, 2018