wool babe sleeping suit size chart

Size Chart


Size Shoulder to crotch Chest Armhole Hip Thigh Cuff Inside leg Suitability
6-12 months 49cm 62cm 30cm 72cm 36cm 19cm 26cm Weight 8-10kg, Height 76cm
1 year 53cm 66cm 32cm 76cm 38cm 21cm 29cm Weight 10-12kg, Height 84cm
2 years 56cm 70cm 34cm 80cm 40cm 23cm 33cm Weight 12-15kg, Height 92cm
3 years 59cm 74cm 36cm 84cm 42cm 25cm 37cm Weight 15-17kg, Height 100cm
4 years 62cm 76cm 38cm 86cm 44cm 27cm 41cm Weight 17-18kg, Height 108cm
5 years 65cm 78cm 40cm 88cm 46cm 29cm 45cm Weight 19-20kg, Height 115cm
About our sizing -
All Woolbabe Sleeping Bags and Sleeping Suits have underarm snaps for a better fit when you start using a sleeping bag or when between sizes.
Is there any stretch in the legs? We have given them the stretch test and would say they can stretch up to 20% beyond the measurements outlined above. 
Sizing is true to size - If in between sizes please refer to the guide and measurements above.
Height/Length - Our height measurement doesn't include a child's head and neck length. Standing straight with a flat foot measure from the base of the heel up to the top of the shoulder. You may find it easier for younger children to stand with their back to a wall to do this. Make a small pencil mark on the wall at either the top of the shoulder or head and ask the child to step away before measuring from the floor up to the pencil mark.
Body length - Measure from the centre back of the neck line to the base of the crotch in a straight line.
Chest - Place tape and measure under the arms and measure around the chest at the fullest part until your fingers meet.
Hips - Measure below the waist at the fullest part of the hip bringing the tape measure around until your fingers meet.
Inside leg - With a flat foot, measure from the heel of the foot, up the inside of the leg to the crotch. Inside leg may sometimes be referred to as the inseam.
Please note - Measurements are taken when garments are laid flat. Areas such as chest, hips, armhole, thigh and cuff are calculated at twice the width to get the full measurement.