HANDS IN & OUT EXTRA-WIDE SACK 'WARM' - COOL GREY (Winter | Organic)
Choosing the correct size
Our sleep sacks will work best when you choose the right size for your baby. If too big, your baby won't get the right security to help them adjust to free arms.
Please check our SIZE GUIDE to help you choose the right size for your baby.
This Extra-Wide Sack baby sleep sack has all the features of the Hands In & Out baby sleep sack that babies and their parents love.
The key difference being a wider bottom sack to comfortably fit a hip dysplasia brace, Pavlik Harness, Denis Browne Brace, Rhino brace, or Spica Cast.
Designed for babies
that have been diagnosed with hip dysplasia or Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH), and are required to wear a special brace (orthosis).
6 months and older to allow them more freedom as they go through developmental changes while giving them the security they need to keep them sleeping longer.
😴 Allows your baby to sleep in their natural sleeping position.
😴 Allows your baby to roll safely during sleep.
😴 Allows your baby to push up with straight arms when on tummy.
😴 Gives just enough security to keep them sleeping longer.
😴 Gentle transitioning to free arms.
Our award winning Hands In & Out baby sleeping bag now comes in a 2.5 TOG rating Winter baby sleeping bag to keep your baby toasty warm this winter!What is a TOG rating?
And now with the Extra-Wide sack for babies that need to wear a hip dysplasia brace, pavlik harness, rhino brace, or spica cast.
💤 soft breathable organic cotton, keeps your baby warm and comfortable, won't cause overheating
💤 extra-wide sack to comfortably fit a hip dysplasia brace, pavlik harness, rhino brace, or spica cast
💤 allows baby to sleep in their natural sleeping position
💤 fold-over cuffs allows hands to come out for play time or for self-soothing and close to keep hands warm inside
💤 featuring our signature two-way top and bottom opening zippers that open all the way along the bottom for easy nappy changes
💤 sized from 6 months up to 12+ months
Please check the size guide to help you choose the correct size for your baby.
NOTE: If your baby is still experiencing strong startle reflex, we recommend you choose the Sleepy Hugs original.
Scroll below to check our size guide to help you choose the right size for your baby.
Is your baby experiencing early morning waking?
Night time and early morning waking may be due to your baby being cold, all other factors considering. If you think about it, night temperatures drop to its lowest point sometime around 3am – 4am. As the night temperature drops so does our internal body temperature. Babies can lose body heat up to four times faster than an adult. So, it’s important to maintain your baby’s room temperature.
The recommended room temperature for a baby’s room is between 68F and 72F. Appropriate layering is also recommended underneath any Winter TOG rated sleeping bag.