Which Sleep Bag is Right for My Baby?

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Sleep Bag Your Little One Will Love

Selecting the appropriate sleep bag for your baby is a crucial decision that ensures a good night's sleep and optimal comfort. The right sleep bag can promote safe sleeping habits while adapting to your child's changing needs as they grow. Factors such as age, climate, size, and personal preferences all play a vital role in making this choice. In this guide, we'll explore essential aspects to consider when selecting a sleep bag, helping you make an informed decision that suits both your baby's requirements and your peace of mind as a parent. Whether it's the cozy confines of a swaddle or the unrestricted freedom of a sleep bag, we'll navigate through options to find the perfect fit for your little one.


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Swaddle Sleep Bag
  • 0-3 months

  • 26" bag length

  • zipper armholes, 

    no sleeves

  • snug, adjustable fit with belly band

  • wide bottom allows baby to fold legs in natural frog position

  • available in 0.5, 1.0 and 2.6 TOG weights

Transitional Swaddle

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baby asleep on a plaid printed crib sheet in a wooden crib. baby is wearing sustainable transitional swaddle sleep bag in muted green color
  • 3-6 months

  • 27" bag length

  • 3/4 sleeve length

  • fitted torso with wide bottom, wider than the swaddle

  • available in 1.0 and 2.6 TOG weights

Sleep Bag & Long Sleeve Sleep Bag

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1.0 TOG Sleep Bag
  • 3-9 months, 29" bag length

  • 9-18 months, 32" bag length

  • 18-24 months, 35" bag length

  • 24-36 months, 38" bag length

  • sleeveless and long sleeve options

  • generous wide fit allows baby to fold legs in frog position

  • available in 0.5, 1.0 and 2.6 TOG weights

Walker & Long Sleeve Walker

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Sale Sleep Bag Walker
  • 18-24 months

  • 24-36 months

  • sleeveless and long sleeve options

  • generous fit with legs

  • available in 1.0 and 2.6 TOG weights

frequently asked questions

What does TOG stand for and why is it important?

TOG, which stands for Thermal Overall Grade, serves as a standardized measure in the textile industry to gauge the warmth provided by a garment. This measurement is applicable across a range of textile items, encompassing everything from baby blankets to duvets and comforters. Essentially, the TOG rating offers valuable insight into the level of warmth a specific item can provide to the individual using it.

In the realm of baby apparel, TOG primarily denotes the warmth rating of sleepwear, including items like baby sleep sacks, wearable blankets, or swaddle blankets. Baby sleepwear typically exhibits TOG ratings ranging from 0.5 to 3.5, assisting parents in selecting appropriate clothing to keep their baby comfortably warm.

Which TOG should I pick?

Use the TOG guide below to figure out which weight is right for your baby’s sleeping conditions. Remember, these temperatures are for the nursery temperature your baby is sleeping in. Here at günamüna, we typically stock 0.5 TOG for summertime, 2.6 TOG for wintertime, and 1.0 TOG all year round.

0.5 TOG      74-78°F / 23-26°C
1.0 TOG      70-73°F / 21-23°C
2.6 TOG      58-70°F / 15-21°C

How should I measure my baby for a sleep bag?

When measuring for your baby’s size, you always want to measure from the base of the neck to the bottom of the feet.

Where is your sleep bag size chart?

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