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Halo SleepSacks’ wearable sleep blankets and swaddle sacks for newborn babies aren’t just adorable and super-soft — they’re also potentially life-saving. Designed to fit snugly and securely while your baby sleeps, Halo SleepSacks eliminate the dangers posed by loose crib blankets, which can hinder infants’ breathing if pulled up over the face. They also help babies to avoid getting sick by preventing them from kicking off their blankets during cold nights. The Halo SleepSacks collection is just one of several product series developed by Halo Innovations — a Minnesota-based company whose founder, William Schmid, lost a child to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome during the 1990s. Designed to maximize babies’ safety and well-being, Halo SleepSacks and swaddles come in cotton or polyester fleece and in large and XL sizes to fit little ones up to age 24 months.

Past Sales Featuring HALO

Sale Ended July 19, 2012

Best for Baby

We've created a one-stop shop for all your munchkin's needs. This sale features a huge selection of baby clothes (including adorable socks for tiny tootsies), gear (diaper bags and bottles), and beauty products for mom and baby, all from our favorite brands.

Sale Ended May 18, 2012

Up to 50% Off Aden + Anais and Halo

Keeping little ones cozy is top-of-mind for parents, and these Aden + Anais swaddles and Halo SleepSacks will definitely do the trick. We chatted with the Halo SleepSack's founder — learn how this wearable blanket will help your baby sleep better on our Little Inspirations blog.

Sale Ended May 17, 2012

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Sale Ended March 15, 2013

Halo SleepSacks & Aden + Anais

Keeping little ones cozy and safe is always top-of-mind, so try Halo's signature SleepSack. The wearable blankets are recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, and are engineered to stay put. Other bedtime basics like swaddles and sheets from Aden + Anais will also help send little ones to dreamland.