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Please follow our recommendations on the table below to determine which tog is the best one for your child.
Feel the nape of your baby’s neck – if it is damp then your baby might be too warm.
Tog’ refers to the thermal resistance of your baby’s sleeping bag. Don't worry if your baby's hands and feet feel cool, this is normal . However, when choosing the one that is right for your baby, take into consideration your local weather. The higher the tog rating (weight) the warmer the sleeping bag. Please follow our recommendations on the table below to determine which tog is the best one for your child.
You can buy a baby sleeping bag with sleeves or a hood, but it is recommended that you never use these because there is a risk your baby might overheat.
We found this to be ideal for babies in most climates, most of the year around, especially since babies nurseries are recommended to be kept between 68-72 °F.) The tog rating or weight of a sleep bag determines its thickness and therefore how warm it keeps your child. Including 1 Tog Sleeping Bags, Gro Company, and Snuz Sleeping Bags. Each of the aden + anais sleeping bags has a TOG rating. These are guidelines only - you should always check your baby to make sure they don’t overheat. Remember it is better to be cool than hot and it is quite normal for the baby’s hands and arms to be cool. The arm holes should be snug enough, so your baby cannot get their hands inside the bag.
See our most popular baby and toddler sleepsacks with This time I think we'll use a sleeping bag from newborn stage onwards, I'm due 3rd June and just wondering what tog I will need for the first 3 months.