When the cold season starts, your baby needs to be wrapped up extra warm at night without overheating. A Slumbersac baby sleeping bag for winter provides cosy warmth during the night, but is breathable at the same time so that the heat cannot build up inside the sleeping bag.
Our warmly lined winter sleeping bags in 3.5 Tog are made of 100% cotton inside and out and lined with breathable polyester fleece, which allows air circulation and ensures a comfortable sleeping climate for your baby. In addition, the baby sleeping bags are pleasantly light despite the thick lining. So your little one can sleep warm and safe at night without sweating.
Baby winter sleeping bags are available with and without sleeves, depending on how you and your child prefer them. The sleeveless winter sleeping bags can be combined with our sleeping bag sleeves.
Slumbersac sleeping bags are classified and manufactured according to the English tog system. Tog is a unit of measurement for the thermal resistance of textiles. The larger the tog size, the warmer the sleeping bag will keep you.
A Sleeping Bag Winter Sleeping Bag has a Tog rating of 3.5, making it suitable for winter and room temperatures below 18 degrees.
The table below gives you recommendations on what clothes your baby should wear in the winter sleeping bag. This depends largely on the room temperature. Please always check that your child is not too warm and not too cold.
It is quite normal, by the way, that babies often have cool hands and feet when they sleep. This isno cause for concern. The best place to find out if your baby is comfortably warm is at the nape of the neck. Your baby should feel neither cold nor sweaty here.
Sleeping bag winter sleeping bags can accompany your child for many years. We offer the year-round baby sleeping bags in six different sizes for newborn babies up to children of ten years.
The sleeping bag must be long and wide enough so that your baby has enough freedom of movement and can kick. Ideally, your baby's feet should be about ¾ of the length of the sleeping bag.
Our size chart shows you which baby sleeping bag is suitable for your baby's body measurements. Be sure to follow the rule of thumb: grow out, don't grow in!
Also pay attention to the size of the neckline and armholes so that your darling cannot slip into the sleeping bag, as would be the case with a neckline that is too large, and so that there is no danger of strangulation due to a neckline that is too narrow. There is also a rule of thumb for this - the neckline should be about the size that a finger should fit between the neck and the neckline.
Our sleeping bags with feet are generously cut, so we do NOT recommend buying a larger size than necessary.
It is very important to measure your child beforehand. Our SIZE GUIDE will help you.