ergoPouch Product Size Guide

Cocoon Swaddle Bag

Please use your child's weight to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. To comply with safety requirements, our Cocoon Swaddle Bags have a firm fit around the neck, shoulder and chest area to prevent your little one from slipping inside. You should be able to put 2 fingers inside the neck opening for the correct fit. Please do not size up to the next size until your child meets the weight requirement, for safety reasons.
 

ergoPouch Cocoon Swaddle Bag size guide

Hip Harness Cocoon Swaddle Bag

The Hip Harness Cocoon Swaddle Bag has been tested to fit the Pavlik Harness, Denis Browne Brace and Rhino Brace. Please use your child's weight to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. To comply with safety requirements, our Cocoon Swaddle Bags have a firm fit around the neck, shoulder and chest area to prevent your little one from slipping inside. You should be able to put 2 fingers inside the neck opening for the correct fit. Please do not size up to the next size until your child meets the weight requirement, for safety reasons. When on your child, the swaddle will have additional length below the harness. This length can be left as is, or rolled up underneath the harness for your child's brace to rest on, if that's comfortable for them. Once your child is out of their hip harness, they can continue to safely use the Cocoon Swaddle Bag until they are ready to move into another one of our Sleeping Bags.

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Jersey Sleeping Bag

Please use your child's weight to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. A sleeping bag should be well fitted around the neck and the armholes to avoid your baby slipping through. It should also be bell shaped in the bottom to allow for easy leg movement. Please do not size up to the next size until your child meets the weight requirement, for safety reasons.

ergoPouch Jersey Sleeping Bag size guide

Sheeting Sleeping Bag

Please use your child's weight to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. A sleeping bag should be fitted around the neck and the armholes to avoid your baby slipping through. It should also be bell shaped in the bottom to allow for easy leg movement. Please do not size up to the next size until your child meets the weight requirement, for safety reasons.

ergoPouch Sheeting Sleeping Bag size guide

Sleep Suit Bag

Please use your child's weight to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. The Sleep Suit Bag should be fitted around the neck and the armholes to avoid your child slipping through. In 'legs' mode, there should be enough length at the end of the suit to allow your child to move their feet freely. 2.5 TOG and 3.5 TOG Sleep Suit Bags should not be used in a 5-point harness or car seat for safety reasons.

ergoPouch Sleep Suit Bag size guide

Sleep Onesie

Please use your child's height to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. The Sleep Onesie should be fitted around the neck to avoid your child slipping through. 2.5 TOG and 3.5 TOG Sleep Onesies should not be used in a 5-point harness or car seat for safety reasons.

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Long Sleeve Layers

Please use your child's weight and length to find the most appropriate and safe size for them. Long Sleeve Layers are designed to be a slim-fit for comfort under their pouch.

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