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Keep your child safe and warm with the HALO SleepSack wearable blanket. Used in hospital nurseries nationwide, this wearable blanket fits comfortably over your child's sleepwear, replacing loose blankets in the crib that can cover your baby's face and interfere with breathing. The SleepSack will quickly become part of your child's trusted bedtime routine, providing the secure feeling he or she needs to fall asleep fast and sleep soundly throughout the night. Its generous sack design provides ample leg room for kicking and proper hip development, while the inverted zipper makes diaper changes a breeze.
The Halo SleepSack wearable blanket replaces loose blankets for safer sleep.
The Halo SleepSack wearable blanket is available in various styles from newborn to 5T to help your little one sleep safely and soundly. View larger.
|Newborn||6-12 lbs||19-23 in|
|Small||10-18 lbs||23-26 in|
|Medium||16-24 lbs||26-30 in|
|Large||22-28 lbs||30-35 in|
|X-Large||26-28 lbs||35-40 in|
Since 2005, The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended the use of wearable blankets for safe sleep. Unlike regular blankets, the HALO SleepSack wearable blanket is worn over your child's sleepwear. Its design offers plenty of room for your child to move their legs freely, so the SleepSack won't be kicked off. This means your child stays safe, warm, and comfortable all night.
The inverted bottom zipper lets you change diapers easily, so there's no need to undress your baby. For comfort, its sleeveless design reduces the risk of overheating, while the "Back is Best" embroidery reminds all caregivers to place babies on their backs to sleep.
The HALO SleepSack wearable blanket is used by hundreds of hospital nurseries nationwide to teach parents safe sleep practices. The sack design allows room for your baby's legs to move freely to ensure proper hip development, and has been approved as "Hip Healthy" by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute. A portion of every sale is donated to First Candle/SIDS Alliance and the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.
Founded by Bill Schmid after losing his infant daughter to SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), HALO is best-known for its SleepSack wearable blanket, which helps your little one sleep safely by replacing loose blankets in the crib. HALO SleepSack products are used by hundreds of hospitals in the U.S. and Canada, and it is the only wearable blanket to carry gold seals from First Candle/SIDS Alliance and the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.
Foot openings allow for mobility while babies are awake, but keeps feet covered while sleeping.
The Halo SleepSack Early Walker replaces loose blankets in the crib. With its unique foot openings, the SleepSack Early Walker wearable blanket allows for greater mobility while babies are awake, but also keeps little feet covered and warm while sleeping. In addition to helping your baby sleep safer, the Halo SleepSack wearable blanket helps your baby or toddler sleep better, too. It is a warm cuddly blanket they cannot kick off, ensuring little ones sleep soundly throughout the night. The Halo SleepSack wearable blanket becomes the trusted bedtime routine, providing the secure feeling he needs to fall asleep fast and sleep soundly throughout the night.
The Halo SleepSack wearable blanket is used by more than 1,250 hospital nurseries in North America to teach parents safe sleep practices. It is the only wearable blanket to carry the gold seals from First Candle/SIDS Alliance and the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.
Halo’s founder Bill Schmid and his wife lost their first born to SIDS. From this tragedy, Halo and its mission were born. For over 15 years we've been educating parents about safe sleep practices and have supported non-profit organizations such as First Candle/SIDS Alliance and The Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths. Since 2005, the American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested the use of wearable blankets. Today, Halo SleepSack wearable blankets are a trusted choice of hospitals, and are used throughout North America to help babies sleep safely from the start.
The HALO SleepSack wearable blanket is available in various styles from newborn to 5T to help your little one sleep safely and soundly.
As other reviews state this product is definitely bigger than I expected, but it did the job when my daughter finally grew into it.Published 2 months ago by Melody
Here in the northeast we have brutal winters and I love that I can put my daughter in this and know that she won't be cold in the middle of the night. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cassandra Gray
loved receiving it for the baby. The idea is good but I found that the pants part excessively baggy and got in the way when she tried to walk in them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by KATHLEEN L.
Received quickly.Received quickly. Just as described. WOuld recommend to anyone. Cant wait for the baby to wear it. Love it!!Published 11 months ago by Jackie
I'm not sure the sizing is correct - is bigger than what I expected. My daughter is 20 mos old and about 32 1/2" tall - the XL should have been perfect but instead it's way too... Read morePublished 12 months ago by BluCat15
I ordered a size large for my 9 mo grandson who is about 30" tall and 25 lbs. He is crawling and just beginning to walk along furniture. Read morePublished 12 months ago by MARCIA
I ordered this SleepSack for my daughter to use for nap time at daycare. We have always used a SleepSack for bedtime and when she had trouble sleeping for nap time at daycare we... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Abby Smith
I purchased the HALO early walker in fleece material before this. My daughter would have sweaty hair when I went in and checked on her despite a/c and fan. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cleobella
We use sleep sacks on our daughter because she hates blankets. I also believe it is what's keeping her from climbing out of her crib!Published 15 months ago by Amanda Green