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ergoPouch make premium, natural fibre sleepwear and sleep solutions for babies and kids that are ergonomically designed and TOG-rated for warmth.

We know there are no easy fixes and magical solutions when it comes to babies’ sleep. But we do promise your baby will be safer and more comfortable in sleep when wearing natural-fibre products which are designed to suit their sleep needs as they grow, develop and change. Because sleep is a journey and not a destination, we’re here to support your baby and family with safe, TOG-rated sleepwear from pregnancy to preschool.

Made from certified organic and natural fibres with ethical and sustainable manufacturing processes, our products care for the environment as much as they do your child. An ergoPouch is non-toxic, skin-friendly and will last several years across several children.

We aim to take the guesswork out of dressing your child safely for sleep, no matter the temperature. All pouches contain a FREE Room Thermometer and What to Wear guide, which together work to provide safe sleep guidance to choose the right sleeping garment for your baby.

Visit www.ergopouch.co.uk to learn more and save 10% when you use code NPA10*

*Not available in conjunction with any other offers

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