Fabric Type: 100% Polyester. Color: Elephant Texture. Brand: HALO. Product Dimensions: 29.92″L x 21.65″W. Blanket Form: Swaddle. Best Sellers Rank: #698 in Baby. Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 5,426 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B01LAG2STI. Item Weight: 7 ounces. Batteries required: No. Style: Sleeveless. Number Of Items: 1. Material Type: Polyester. Maximum weight recommendation: 24 Pounds. Minimum weight recommendation: 16 Pounds. Target gender: Male. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Item model number: 12908. Product Dimensions: 29.92 x 21.65 x 0.79 inches.
HALO Sleepsack, Micro-Fleece, Elephant Texture, Grey, Medium Elephant Texture Medium (Pack of 1)
Unzips from the bottom for easy diaper changes. Generous sack design allows room for kicking, but cannot be kicked off so baby stays warm all night. Sleeveless design reduces the risk of overheating.
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Bethany Johnson –
These are amazing. Safe sleep is extremely important. LO has no complaints with these. They are thin that they have movement but are thick enough to provide warmth. As you see in the picture they wrinkle up a lot. LO and myself have 0 complaints about that but thought I would advertise it. The only concern was that I originally got a medium and when I put it on LO it appeared to fit but I was able to pull up on it and it covered LO’s face. This is not likely to happen during the night but it is not worth the chance. Make sure you cant pull up over their face. If so, size down. I sized down to a small and it works great. Kept the mediums for when LO grows into them. **Please help and select if you thought this was helpful!!Read more
Works great! We keep our house fairly chilly at 66-68F. My little dude is 4mo old but is 95th percentile in length and I needed a new much larger sleep option for him. He likes to sleep like a starfish all splayed out so I needed a bag with lots of legroom without being ridiculously huge. He wears a cotton long sleeve footie sleeper with the fleece Halo sleep sack over it. Keeps him nice and warm, inverted zipper is nice and the fleece is super super soft even after a dozen washes. He is 27” long and 18 pounds and the large fits him great and should last a bit of time before he outgrows it- then I’ll just buy an XL!Read more
Sinister Serenade –
My 6 month old has been rolling over while awake since about 4 weeks, but has just recently begun rolling over in his sleep so it was time to transition from blanket swaddling to something safer. This sleep sack is quite nice and has worked the best for him so far because it leaves his arms completely free (which he has preferred since about 1 week) unlike many others we’ve tried. There are two primary reasons I have decided to rate it 3 stars despite how soft and cozy it is for him. 1. These run large. I purchased the medium based on the guidelines provided in the sizing chart, and I really feel like he could fit into a small. It’s not so big I feel unsafe putting him in it, but I’m pretty sure he’ll be wearing this well past his 1st birthday. 2. After only one washing (washed before it was ever worn) and only a few nights of wearing the stitching in the left armhole is coming undone. This is nothing I can’t correct myself, but for the price I would expect more than just a few nights use before seeing something like this. All-in-all, I’m not 100% thrilled with this, but I like it enough I’m willing to give buying more of this brand/style a shot!Read more
Jeff Jacobi –
My daughter is 18 months and is about 32″ tall and wieghs roughly 27lbs (give or take). The thing I LOVE about halos sleep sacks is not just all the benefits to reduce SIDS. Instead of using blankets or covers which would inevitably get tossed off her in the middle of the night, this ensures she will stay warm and cozy. Another huge thing for me personally is our bedtime routine, which is brushing her teeth then I put her into the sleep sack. My daughter correlates the sleep sack with going to bed. I don’t use it for naps, only bed time. She takes one, one hour- two hour nap and ALWAYS (knock on wood) sleeps through the night 830pm-7/730. I have used Halo since she has been born and plan on using them as long as possible.Read more
Matt D –
These are great sleep sacks, but after a ton of use the zipper pulls do fatigue and can break off. It scared me when I found the metal zipper pull just laying in my baby’s crib. We examined our others and noticed that metal was fatigued on the pull and also about to break. They should really change the design of this to be a fabric pull instead of a metal pull on the zipper because it could be a bad choking hazard. It’s not too hard to fix this on yours. Otherwise halo makes a great sleep sack.Read more
Not safe. I purchased this for a safe options to keep my twins warm at night, however I would be better served with just tightly tucking them in with blankets. That is because the kneck area of this is very wide and also in a v-shape. This means the babies can wiggle and pull this enough to partially cover their face. Most importantly it covers their nose and mouth. I would avoid this product for something that fits better and doesn’t risk suffocating your babiesRead more
At first when I unboxed this I thought holy cow this thing is gonna sit for years before my kid is big enough to fit in there, but once I got her zipped in it’s crazy how much space they fill out. We use this every day for naps and nights in lieu of blankets which I don’t like using in the crib. My 6 month old is 20 something pounds and fits great in the medium- it’s fitted on top with lots of leg room at the bottom. Unzips easily up from the bottom for quick bootie changes. Couldn’t live without this.Read more
I bought these for my 4 month old twins, once we started sleep training. They would fall asleep for a while, but then wake up because they were cold and had kicked their blankets off. Once the blankets were adjusted, they’d go right back to sleep. But I know you’re not supposed to use blankets in cribs, so this was a necessity. They’re very soft, lightweight, and they keep my babies warm for the most part. I bought the small size, since my girls are kind of petite, and they’re really huge, but somehow it’s still kind of difficult to get both their arms in. lol My one wish is that they sold some with sleeves. (Maybe they do and I didn’t see them. Lol) I have to put my girls in long sleeved sleepers when they use these because their arms turn into little popsicles otherwise. I kind of wish they could just sleep in this without pajamas sometimes. Lol I think they like sleeping with blankets more, because they can snuggle with them, but these are safer. The zipper annoys me in the middle of the night when I’m trying to do stealthy diaper changes, but I imagine a million buttons would be way more annoying.Read more
Amazon Customer –
Great product, would recommend .Read more
Amazon Customer –
Good quality and a good price, I got it on sale. It’s warm and cozy feeling and it’s nice and long, so it will fit for a long time. My son slept well in it, I did get the medium for 6 month even though he is 4 months because he fit the weight limit, and the head hole and arms fit well.Read more
I bought two one had the correct tog level. The other didn’t. It was 1.0 instead of 0.5 as mentioned. But I do love halo sleep sacks. I just purchased moreRead more
Amazon Customer –
I do like this sleep sack except for the zipper. Zipper has come apart at night and it’s not safe for my baby.Read more
This product is a great and I think it is a must have for any parent who have newborn to infant. Apart from being a safety product to use it on newborn to sleep, it is easy for diaper change at the middle of night not only for the parent but for the baby who gets fussy. The fleece ones are great to have during winter to keep little one’s feet warm.Read more