Tide Stripe Sleeping Suit
Wow, our beloved Woolbabe merino/organic cotton blend sleeping bags have grown legs! Your toddler is ready to go this Winter and so is our new Duvet Sleeping Suit. Don’t you wish you could wrap up in a duvet all day? Just because your little person wants to be active it doesn’t mean they can’t be wrapped up cosy at the same time.
This innovative new design still keeps the most-loved properties of our renowned Woolbabe sleeping bags, with their gorgeous 30% merino/70% soft organic cotton blend fabric. This beautifully soft fabric is knitted specially for Woolbabe! Ensuring additional warmth and temperature regulation, the quilted filling is merino wool rather than manmade fibres like polyester.
Just pop a long-sleeve bodysuit underneath to suit a room temperature of 14 to 22 degrees. This will see your little person right from Autumn through till Spring. As our duvet weight has the feel of a thick blanket, it can encourage a better sleep and less wriggling for a lot of children.
The long turn-up cuff means you can cover little feet on Winter nights or roll them up to wear with Lamington or Icebreaker merino socks. This also extends the product life as the cuff won’t be frayed through and it allows for those sudden growth spurts!
The Woolbabe duvet suit has a lovely 100% organic cotton lining, which is soft and smooth against sensitive skin. The merino wool component still provides the qualities which react to changes in body temperature, ensuring a constant body temperature and encouraging everyone to have a good night’s sleep.
Outer fabric (yarn dyed stripe) 30% Australian merino/ 70% organic cotton
Filling is 100% Australian merino wool
Lining is 100% organic cotton (white in all options)
The sizing is very versatile, you can either choose a regular fit or go up a size for a really low crotch, looser fit. All sizes have under-arm domes to make a bigger suit fit more snuggly. Also the leg cuffs can be worn bunched up when the suit is bigger or stretched out when your child grows taller.
Please see the extra photos for some children wearing the suits and their measurements.