Prevent your little one from getting cold while in their cot with the new Merino and Cotton Baby Sleeping Bag. The inner is made from beautiful soft 100% Fine Merino Wool with a 100% Organic Cotton outer. Natural fibres, the healthy choice for baby.
- The dome shoulder and zips open down the side for easy dressing and nappy changing.
A sleeping bag is a practical choice as it can be taken anywhere allowing your baby to be easily transferred from a car seat or buggy into their cot.
This bag is perfect for all year-round use for temperatures at 16-20 degrees, with a TOG rating of 2.
- One Size: New Born to 2 Years
- TOG Rating: 2
- Outer – 100% Organic Cotton (apple pattern)
- Lining – 100% Superfine Merino wool
- Merino wool is soft and gentle on delicate skin
- Made in New Zealand
TOG Rating: ‘Thermal Overall Grade’
NEW ZEALAND MERINO WOOL
Merino wool truly is nature’s miracle and will keep baby comfortable and safe.
Warm and breathable, merino wool fibres trap warm, dry air, and release moisture. This magical combination of properties has been scientifically proven to help your baby stay peacefully asleep throughout the night. They’ll stay warm as it gets cooler, and won’t overheat. Simply add or take off layers of merino clothing depending on the season.
Not all merino is created equal – New Zealand merino fibres are whiter, stronger and longer than anywhere else in the world. Our superfine, pure merino wool is naturally hypoallergenic, and perfect for most babies with eczema, allergies or sensitive skin – no itchiness!
NATURAL & RENEWABLE
By dressing your baby in merino, you’ll be leaving the world a better place for the next generation. Merino fibre comes from a sustainable, renewable source – merino sheep. Every year they eat grass and grow their wool so you can have the fibre that is not only great for your baby, but for the environment too.
Insulation is the key to merino. All those little pockets of air create a perfect atmosphere around your baby’s body, keeping warmth in on cold days, and even cooling them down on a hot day. It takes a while for an infant to develop effective body temperature regulation – merino clothing and sleepwear provide the insulation they need while they are tiny.
The natural structure of merino fibre makes it resist smells – it doesn’t trap odours and the bacteria that cause them, merino products stay fresher for longer.