MM Sleepin bag_merino

ManyMonths Wool Sleeping Bag with Extension

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Price: €59.95
5.00 out of 5
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ManyMonths Wool Sleeping Bag with Extension



Product Description

We care about sleep! Better sleep, more sleep.

The ManyMonths Merino Sleeping Bag is a true long-time garment. It can be used from the first months into toddlerhood, all the while offering a great fit.

The ManyMonths Seeping Bag is sewn from a naturally stretchy 100% merino wool rib. The thin and curly merino wool fibres trap air, and baby will feel wonderfully warm, or cool during the warmer months. Wool is fully breathable and it can absorb about a third of its own weight in fluid before feeling wet, or even damp, thus not to worry about leaking diapers. Merino wear also help to keep body temperature optimal by accommodating fluctuating temperatures, environmental changes and moisture on the skin. Comfort = a good nights sleep!

The Sleeping Bag has long sleeves, foldable cuffs and it comes with an extension piece for the hem, which provides a long lifecycle for the garment ranging from newborn to 1,5 year old toddler and beyond (as a night shirt). Raglan sleeves, an openable and adjustable neckline and durable snap tape fastening in the hem. Great also for outdoor day naps inside a thermal bag.

Invest in quality, and rest. A few cents a day, it is a small price to pay.

Material: 100% natural merino wool rib, non-mulesing production, fabric made specially for MaM Design. Collar and cuffs 95% organic cotton/5% elastane.

Additional Information

Colour Garden Moss Green, Lilac Rose, Mykonos Waters, Provence Blue, Saffron Yellow, Sequoia Green, Sweet Apple
5.00 out of 5

1 review for ManyMonths Wool Sleeping Bag with Extension

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rating by admin on November 30, 2015:

    Answer to question of how to dress baby wearing the sleeping bag.
    It all depends on the temperature you have in your room and on your own baby’s inner ‘thermostat’. I had this sleeping bag and was putting it over vest and sleep suit on very cold nights when the room temp was at 15/16 degrees. anything closer to 20 – i was leaving only vest underneath. no other blankets. babies will cry if they are cold but most won’t if they are too warm which can be more dangerous. check baby’s neck and chest. if they are warm and not sweaty then the baby is fine. Body extremities in small infants are very often cold so they don’t indicate if babies are cold or warm. I was quiet happy with it. You can use it for really long as the bottom part can be removed and it transforms it into longer top or night dress. Useful when they get mobile and hate being restricted.
    Ania (Dublin)

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