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Sleeping bags have different sizes than normal baby or children's clothing. For the right size you can keep the length of your child. The size of the sleeping bag is equal to the number of cm (length) child. So if your child is between 60 - 70 cm long, then you take a sleeping bag with size 70 cm.
The sleeping bag size is the length from shoulder to toes. your child has enough space to move around and you don't need an extra cm. to be counted.
|Age||Size sleeping bag||Full length baby|
|0 - 3 months||60 cm||50 - 60 cm|
|3 - 6 months||70 cm||60 - 70 cm|
|6 - 12 months||80 cm||70 - 80 cm|
|12 - 18 months||90 cm||80 - 90 cm|
|18 - 24 months||110 cm||90 - 110 cm|
In some cases, the sleeping bag size appears in regular sizes or in months. You can then keep these dimensions.
With the Bemini brand you can choose from the four ages below. Measure your child from the shoulders to the toes and see in the left column which age category he or she falls into.
Tip! The sleeping bag with legs is quite large. It is best to look at the length in cm (from shoulders to the toes, see image below) and then take the correct size.
Example. Measure your child from the shoulders to the toes, for example 75 cm, then take size 6> 24 months and not a size larger. Even though your child is almost 2 years old. The sleeping bags with legs fall quite large because they also have to fit well as a normal sleeping bag and it is also not comfortable if a sleeping bag is tight.
Tip! Read more information and tips about the Bemini Sleeping Bags here.
|Season||Temperature||Most used TOG values|
|Summer||20 - 24 degrees||1.0 or lower|
|Spring / fall||18 - 21 degrees||1.3, 1.7|
|Winter||16 - 20 degrees or colder||2.3, 2.5 or higher|
In addition, each sleeping bag states which season it is suitable for. That way you can make your choice even easier.