- 100% polyester
- 3-way adjustable swaddle that adjusts to your baby’s sleep style. Swaddle arms in, hands-to-face, one or both arms out to ensure baby’s best sleep and an easy transition to the SleepSack wearable blanket when it is time to stop swaddling.
- Used by hospitals nationwide as their swaddle of choice for safe sleep education. “Back is Best” embroidery reminds caregivers to place baby on his or her back.
- Strong, adjustable fasteners ensure a perfect fit and resist breakouts for more secure swaddling. Unzips from the bottom allowing baby to stay swaddled for easy diaper changes.
- Generous sack design allows room for kicking, but cannot be kicked off so baby stays warm all night. Recognized as “Hip Healthy” by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
- Sleeveless design reduces the risk of overheating. Use over regular sleepwear to take the place of loose blankets. Discontinue swaddling when the baby shows signs of rolling over or breaking out of the swaddle wrap.
Just what I thought it would be
This sleepsack is incredibly soft. It has a lining that makes it just right for fall/spring weather. I love it.
This sleepsack did fit my daughter for 1 month after she had to go for the small. It keeps her quite warm to sleep and she seems to like to touch it more than other sleepsack because of the softness. It is indeed extremely soft and easy to wash and dry. I just need to put it in a laundry bag to avoid the velcro to stick to other clothes in the wash.
this sleepsack fot my son from 8 to 13 pounds. Make sure that you fasten the velcro before washing it!
… Good fit and nice touch with the optional swaddle "wings." I’m just an idiot and bought it in the wrong season; it was way too warm at the time. You’ll definitely want to go with cotton in late summer.
Plush dot velboa is the softest of all the sleep swaddle sacks. The only problem is that might daughter got too long for the newborn size sack very quickly, well before she met the weight suggestion for the small and she is of fairly average size so I assume this happens often. Anyway, I would definitely buy this again.
much better than armless swaddlers
my son hated having his arms pinned down in a swaddle, so this sleepsack swaddle was perfect for him. He could have his arms out and still be wrapped up nice and tight.
like it very much.
Perfect for winter.Keeps the little one warm and cosy. The material is good and didnt show any deterioration after washes.Hands free swaddle option is nice as my boy didnt like his hands tied up, right from day 1. However, if you wish to use it just as a sleepsack without swaddle, it can be cumbersome and uncomfortable as the swaddle flaps kind of gather at the back.
This has been great for our son
Love this – makes swaddling very quick & keeps him secure. He seems to really "like" this (falls asleep faster/sleeps longer) better than being swaddled in a receiving blanket or a Woombie – the amount of pressure and security is just right. He can move his arms more in the Woombie because of the stretch in the material which can wake him up, and he can often work his arms free of the receiving blanket swaddle if he works at it. A receiving blanket swaddle with a Woombie zipped around it also works, but is more work/more layers.We had to stop using this now that it’s warmer (we’re afraid he’ll get too hot in the fleecy material, but it was perfect for the winter!), but we will be likely be investing in a cotton version for the summer. We also like that it can transition to a sleep sack without the swaddle, which for us comes in handy because we can put him in this, let him finish eating (he likes his arms free for that), and if he falls asleep right after eating, there’s less of a chance of him waking up when we put his arms under the swaddle panels. He’s now 11 lbs and just about to need the next size up as well as the lighter version, so that worked well for us.