Butter soft and naturally pure, our super fine GOTS certified organic 17.5 micron merino crew and legging sets make the world's best next-to-skin, top to bottom layer.
Thermals sets make the most perfect pajamas. Temperature regulating, breathable, fire resistant, calm and soothing. Ever versatile, you can also wear them under anything to play, to school, or off hiking in the great outdoors.
- Extra-long cuffs for growth
- Knee patches for durability
- Rib fabric for stretch & warmth
- Flat lock seams for comfort & less bulk
- Anti odor, breathable, temperature regulating
Composition: 17.5micron 100% organic merino wool
This is the perfect set - my daughter lives in hers. We got a 6-12m size when she was six months and she only just out grew them now at 17 months. She is also really tall for her age these just grow with kids so well! We bought three more sets for the next year.
We originally bought these thermals for our 6 month old to grow into and use on hikes all year in Colorado. They have lasted nearly two years and have been well worth the investment. They are lightweight and durable, but keep him warm when it's cold or block the sun on spring hikes. We will continue to purchase from Nui for the whole family!
Excellent quality baby wool clothing! I love the blue color. The merino wool is thin which is perfect for living in Texas.
We have these for all our kids (7,4,2). They've gotten two years each time from a set. They're buttery soft, not itchy at all and the perfect weight for wearing under clothes. My oldest is a little rough on clothing so hers are the first to get holes (usually in the rear) but our first pair lasted at least a year before the holes started.
We had these for our first baby and loved them but they ended up with holes in the knees. This new set now has knee patches, which is really great for our second baby! She is now crawling and I'm happy to report that the knee patches really work. Thanks for this upgrade! Also, this blue was all that was left when I ordered but it is really great. It's more of a blue-gray than a straight blue.