TOG EXPLAINED 

If you've never heard of the term before, that's ok! Short for Thermal Overall Grade, TOG measures the insulation and warmth level of sleepwear and bedding.
Simply put, the higher the TOG rating, the warmer the item, and the lower the TOG rating, the lighter and less warm it is.
 

 

MEET THE DRESSING GUIDE

When it comes to bedtime, knowing how to dress bub safely is crucial - but it can also be overwhelming.
To help with that, we developed a Dressing Guide based on testing completed on baby thermal mannikins at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology to assess comfort under various temperature conditions. From layering different items to which TOG rating you need and creating the right sleep environment, see the Dressing Guide and Safer Sleep tips from our friends at Red Nose.

 

 

When it comes to choosing the right sleepwear to keep bub safe, there are many considerations.

This is why BONDS has developed its own dressing guide which has been tested on a baby thermal manikin at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

The Manikin allows more accurate assessment of babies' comfort in different conditions.

This guide is for use with Bonds WonderSleep Sleeping Bags only.

When it comes to choosing the right sleepwear to keep bub safe, there are many considerations. This is why BONDS has developed its own dressing guide which has been tested on a baby thermal manikin at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. The Manikin allows more accurate assessment of babies' comfort in different conditions. This guide is for use with Bonds WonderSleep Sleeping Bags only.

0.8 TOG - FOR WARMER WEATHER

Suitable for temperatures between 22º - 26º Celcius.

  1. Warmer Nights Wondersleep Sleep Bag 0.8 TOG
  2. Warmer Nights Wondersleep Sleep Bag 0.8 TOG

2.5 TOG - FOR COOLER WEATHER

Suitable for temperatures between 16º - 22º Celcius.

  1. Cooler Nights Wondersleep Sleep Bag 2.5 TOG