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Our rating: Gunamuna is another newcomer in the world of baby sleep sacks. In case you’re wondering, Guna and Muna are the nicknames of twins the company’s founder’s friend has. The company refers to their Gunapod product as “the smarter wearable blanket” which offers a variety of ways to zip and unzip. It’s a lightweight wearable blanket that’s quite soft and snuggly and great if your little one tends to get too hot during sleep. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth The “fleece” Gunapod uses a combination of 80% viscose (a semi-synthetic rayon type fabric) and 20% cotton. While it may look really warm, it actually has sort of a soft, thin, sweatshirt like material which is great for warmer months [&hellip

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Our Rating:  The perfect year round sleep sack. Never worry if your little one is too hot or cold in this all-weather sleep bag made from Australian merino wool. One size fits babies ages 3 months to 2 years and is adjustable depending on size and preference. While it is more pricey than most, you definitely get what you pay for with the Woolino 4 Season. It is America’s #1 rated baby sleeping bag and the 2012 winner of both the Mom’s Choice Award and Creative Child Magazine’s Top Choice of the Year Award. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth Made from GOTS certified organic cotton on the outside and 100% natural, hypoallergenic, ultra light Australian merino wool on the inside. [&hellip

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Our rating: The Baby Deedee Sleep Nest baby sleeping bag is one of the best selling sleep sacks available. In 2011, it won both a Red Tricycle Totally Awesome Award and Creative Child Award for best product. The Sleep Nest is the closest you will come to a baby sleeping bag with its cocoon-like design. The Sleep Nest is most suited for cooler climates and winter time while the thinner Lite version that Baby Deedee manufactures is more of a summer time sleep sack. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth With a 100% cotton exterior and lining, the Sleep Nest is actually classified as 75% cotton/25% polyester. While it may look sort of like a little sleeping bag, it’s actually much softer than you would expect. Instead [&hellip

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Our rating: The Baby in a Bag Sleeping Bag (not exactly the best name if you ask us) comes in five different fabric/weight choices and three sizing options ranging from 3 months to 3 years. Unlike many sleep sack brands, there are both a Minky Dot and a luxurious Royal Silk model (pictured) for an even softer nights sleep. Soft and snuggly is a good way to describe this brand. All versions of this wearable blanket are machine-washable and dryer friendly on a low setting. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth While many European sleep sacks are rated on the TOG scale (warmth measurement), the different versions of the Baby in a Bag Sleep Bags are based more upon material and individual preference than others. For example, the [&hellip

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Our rating: Made from 100% cotton muslin, this single layer sleeping bag is perfect for warm weather. Aden + Anais are known for their products that become softer after washing, and the original cotton muslim sleep bag is no exception. Safer than loose blankets, this wearable blanket offers both comfort and breathability. With a TOG rating of 0.6, it is best suited for room temperatures from 75 to 81 degrees, a higher temperature range than most on the market. You probably won’t be using this one during the winter months. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth This Aden + Anais product is manufactured from a single layer of 100% open weave cotton muslin. It is best for warmer weather and should be considered over most if [&hellip

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Our rating: Who in their right mind would spend so much money on a sleep sack? That’s probably one of the most common questions parents ask themselves if they come across the Merino Kids baby sleep sack. The truth is, year in year out, Merino Kids’ customers rave about this product and are glad they made the choice to spend a little extra up front and go with the best. As the #1 selling merino wool sleep sack in the world, it is for parents who want the very best. Like any product, it’s not perfect but it sure comes close. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth 100% natural and hypoallergenic, Merino wool has the amazing natural ability to regulate body [&hellip

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Our rating: It would be an injustice to not review the top selling sleep sack in the US, but is it really the best? With dozens of different variations of its “wearable blanket”, HALO is the most well-known brand and is used by more than 1000 hospitals around the country. It even has the distinction of being recognized as “Hip Healthy” by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute. The HALO sack, particularly the cotton or fleece version, is a good inexpensive option to see if your baby responds well to wearing a sleep sack (most will!). It’s a great natural progression after swaddling. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth If you’ve tried other brands of baby sleep bags, the first thing you’ll [&hellip

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Our rating: The Grobag Baby Sleep Bag is the UK’s #1 selling sleep sack (this is where this type of product originated) and winner of multiple awards. There are many different options to choose from when selecting a Grobag. The choices of material and thickness are based on the TOG scale, which rates the warmth of a product. The sacks come in 4 different thicknesses and cover a temperature range from 54 to 81 degrees. Sizes of the baby sleep sack range from infant to 3 years old, with bags also available for older children. Unlike a lot of other brands, Grobag gives enough options for everyone. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth 100% cotton outer shell, cotton jersey lining, and [&hellip

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Our rating: What makes a Baby Aspen sleep sack so unique is its design. They are literally too cute for words! While they only seem to offer five different designs of their Snuggle Sack, the “My Little Night Owl” and “Snug as a Bug” designs are by far their most popular. Many people actually use Baby Aspen Snuggle Sacks as Halloween costumes or for dressing up for a photo shoot. They are THAT adorable! Material and Warmth High quality materials are used and you’ll immediately notice these sleep sacks feel more heavyweight than most other brands. Inside is a 100% ultra-soft cotton lining. The outer shell is polyester but feels quite soft and snuggly. Some designs have different outer textures. For instance the owl design [&hellip

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Our rating: San Francisco based Nini & Pumpkin’s recently introduced their first product, the Moon Cocoon; and it appears to be a good one. Its main selling point is the unique, patent-pending design which offers greater versatility and a longer lifespan than its competitors. This allows it to be used as the only sleep sack from infancy through age 3 and even beyond. From being a finalist in the 2014 NY NOW Best New Baby and Child Gear category to being mentioned in many online blogs, the new Moon Cocoon sleep sack (aka wearable duvet) is off to a great start. Here’s our full review. >>  Click to check current price   Material and Warmth One of the first things you’ll notice about the Moon Cocoon is that [&hellip

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