Bodysuit Long-Sleeve (Winter Merino)
Our long-sleeve merino bodysuits are for parents who want their babies to wear nothing but natural fibres directly against their skin.
All our Winter merino is 195-200gsm, unless it states otherwise, which means it's ideal for babies born in Winter, Spring & Autumn.
These are truly the best Winter merino long-sleeve bodysuits you will find. Soft, warm and beautifully designed to be worn against the skin underneath whatever you want. Our long-sleeve bodysuits are ideal to pack into your hospital bag.
How to wear this product:
Our classic merino long-sleeve bodysuit are sized perfectly to fit right from the start of life. They are a great one piece to use fitted against your newborn skin, without adding bulky layers for the first few months of life. With strong nickel-free domes along the bottom, nappy changes are easy. Plus our bodysuits are simple to get on and off with the envelope neckline.
During the warmer months, they might be all you wear over the nappy, and then as the seasons change, you can use to layer as needed such as a nightgown or sleepsuit.
Long-Sleeve Bodysuit Features:
- Merino long-sleeve bodysuits are perfect as a base layer for 365 days of the year for babies. Mix and match with your favorite wrap, nightgown or sleepsuit.
- Generous through the body length, so you don't grow out of them to fast.
- Easy snap domes for struggle free nappy changes.
- Designed with an enveloping neckline that stretches over the head for easy dressing for newborn babies.
Locally made in New Zealand. Available exclusively online.
Merino Wool & Babies
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