Tree Napper New
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Medical research has shown that sleeping underweight makes us sleep and feel better.
The weighted Tree Napper weaves stimulate the production of serotonin (happiness hormone), reduce cortisol (stress hormone) and give a sense of ease to help relax and fall asleep.
Thereby, the weight of the Napper softly and evenly melts across the body, providing a gentle tactile input for an immediate calming effect.
The Yarn is naturally weighted through nothing else than layer upon layer of plant-based tree fabric, making the blanket chunky soft and highly breathable.
Which weight is right for me?
Our Tree Napper is designed for a single person and comes in 3 different weights:
40" x 72"
45" x 72"
48" x 72"
As a rule of thumb, the Tree Napper should be roughly 10% of your body weight (i.e. 150lb bodyweight = 15lb Napper weight).
If you are in between weight categories (i.e. 170), we recommend going with the next higher weight category (i.e. 20lb).
All our Nappers are hand knitted and both size and weight can vary slightly.
The Tree Napper is naturally weighted through nothing else than layer upon layer of plant-based tree fabric (Tencel).
TencelTM Lyocell is made out of wood pulp in a responsible closed-loop process that uses 10x less water than conventional fibers and is fully biodegradable, which makes it one of the most sustainable fabrics.
No artificial Filling Materials
Hand-knitted the Tree Napper adds soothing weight without any artificial filling materials.
Highly Breathable and extra soft
The soft and breezy tree fabric in combination with the wide loop design makes the Napper naturally breathable, ideal for summer and hot sleepers.
All our Nappers are handknitted with love and are machine washable.
Wash separately in cool or warm water (max 30 °C), selecting either a delicate or permanent-press cycle.
Tumble Dry low. Nappers may take more than one cycle to be fully dried.
Avoid hanging the Napper as the all-natural weaves may stretch out.