January 21, 2015
Halo Sleep Sack Winter Weight
The warmth of the new HALO Sleep Sack Winter Weight is measured in “TOG,” a unit of measurement of thermal insulation used in the textile trade. This new SleepSack wearable blanket has a TOG value of 2.5, making it ideal for chilly seasons and climates.
Available in pink and blue, the cozy quilted feel comes from a 100% cotton outer fabric with a 100% polyester fill. The new HALO SleepSack Winter Weight comes in small (10-18 lbs) and Medium (16-24 lbs) and retails for $35.
I used these with my son, and foster daughter. My son especially loved the kind with velco straps that made him feel snug, but that doesn't work for all kids. My niece loves to flail her arms and break free, so the swaddle type doesn't work for her. She loves this kind, where her arm are free, but she's still kept warm with the sleep sack. It's a great idea!
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