Merino Kids Adds Sherpa-Weight Option

The Merino Kids range of merino baby sleeping bags has been expanded to include a new, warmer sherpa-weight option ideal for babies and toddlers sleeping in cooler rooms.

Merino Kids Forget-Me-Not baby sleep bavg

The Merino Kids sherpa-weight sleep bag in Forget-Me-Not.

These new sherpa-weight Merino Kids baby sleep bag are available now from Merino Kids USA and through

Merino Kids sherpa-weight merino pile fabricMerino Kids sherpa-weight sleep bags have two layers. The outer layer is the strong, soft organic cotton Merino Kids is well-known, and the inner layer is a newly-developed warm merino pile fabric, similar in texture to polyester fleece except without the overheating disadvantages of synthetic fabrics and with all the advantages of 100% natural merino wool.

Merino Kids sherpa-weight baby sleep bags are offered in several distinctive new designs; Cherry Blossom pink, Forget-Me-Not blue and Stone grey.

With the introduction of the new, warmer sherpa-weight sleep bag option, parents now have a selection of four types of baby sleep bag from Merino Kids.

  • Sherpa-weight* is the warmest with a merino pile inner layer and organic cotton outer layer.
  • Winter-weight* is the next-warmest with a superfine merino inner layer, an organic cotton outer layer, and an additional organic cotton insulation layer between.
  • The popular classic Merino Kids merino baby sleep bag, suitable for use all year round, has a superfine merino inner layer and an organic cotton outer layer. Limited edition sleep bags offer the option of a linen outer layer.
  • Organic cotton baby sleeping bags, with two layers of organic cotton, are suitable for warmer rooms.

Each is available in sizes for babies 0-2 years and toddlers 2-4 years. For newborn babies there’s the Cocooi newborn baby sleep bag made in 100% superfine merino wool.

*The new Merino Kids sherpa-weight sleeping bags are known in New Zealand and Australia as ‘winter-weight’, and the North American winter-weight sleeping bags are known in New Zealand and Australia as ‘duvet-weight’.

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