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Size Guide

Happy Nappy Products

Improved Happy Nappy

Where to Measure

1. Measure around baby’s waist (at belly button height)

2. Measure around the tops of baby’s thighs

3. Using the Improved Happy Nappy size guide on page 4, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The Happy Nappy should be fully pulled up over tummies, to ensure any under nappies are fully covered

• A little rolling may occur, this simply serves to strengthen the seal

• The leg bands should fit snugly around the thighs

The above is also applicable for how to measure the Happy Nappy Board Short products

Happy Nappy Costumes & Board Shorts

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s waist (at belly button height).

2. Measure around the tops of baby’s thighs

3. Measure from the nape of baby’s neck to baby’s crotch area

4. Using the Happy Nappy Costume size guide on page 6, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The Happy Nappy part of the costume should be fully pulled up over tummies, to ensure any under nappies are fully covered before inserting baby’s arms

• The leg bands should fit snugly around the thighs

• If baby is between sizes, we recommend choosing the size that best matches the thigh measurements

Splash Jammers

Where to measure:

1. Measure around child’s waist (at belly button height)

2. Measure around the child’s legs (mid-thigh)

3. Using the Splash Jammer size guide on page 9, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The waist band part of the Jammers should be fully pulled up over tummies (belly button height), to ensure any under nappies are fully covered

• The waist and leg bands should fit snugly around the child’s stomach and mid-thigh

• If the child is between sizes, we recommend choosing the size that best matches the thigh measurements.

Baby Wetsuits

Happy Nappy Wetsuit

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s waist (at belly button height)

2. Measure around the tops of baby’s thighs

3. Measure from the nape of baby’s neck to crotch area

4. Using the Happy Nappy Wetsuit size guide on page 11, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The Happy Nappy part of the wetsuit should be fully pulled up over tummies, to ensure any under nappies are fully covered

• The leg bands should fit snugly around the thighs

• If baby is between sizes, we recommend choosing the size that best matches the waist measurements

Baby Wrap Wetsuit

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of baby’s neck to crotch area

3. Using the BabyWrap size guide on page 12, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• Our BabyWrap wetsuits are designed to be adjustable concerning the fit, we recommend that if baby is between sizes, going for the size above, the Velcro fastenings can be fastened snugly to baby if the wetsuit little bigger

• The baby wetsuit should fit snugly around baby’s chest and crotch areas.

Warm-in-One Wetsuit

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of baby’s neck to crotch area

3. Using the WarmInOne size guide on page 13, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The ankle and wrist bands should rest on baby’s wrists and ankles. Some riding up may occur during swim time, this is perfectly normal

• Ankle and wrist bands should not cover baby’s hands or feet, this can restrict movement. If this happens the WarminOne is too big for baby and a smaller size is recommended

Sunsuits & Wetsuits

UV All-in-One

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of baby’s neck to crotch area

3. Using the UV AllinOne size guide on page 25, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The ankle and wrist bands should rest on baby’s wrists and ankles. Some riding up may occur during swim and play time, this is perfectly normal

• If baby is between sizes, we recommend choosing the size that best matches the body measurements

UV Combi

Where to measure:

1. Measure around child’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of child’s neck to crotch area

3. Using the UV Combi size guide on page 27, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The sleeves and legs on the UV Combie should end at the child’s elbows and knees for maximum flexibility of movement

• The UV Combie should feel and look fitted but not too tight or baggy on the child

The above information can also be applied to our UV Sunsuit products

Shortie Wetsuit

Where to measure:

1. Measure around child’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of child’s neck to crotch area

3. Using the Shortie wetsuit size guide on page 28, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The sleeves and legs on the Shortie Wetsuit should end at the child’s elbows and knees for maximum flexibility of movement

• The Shortie Wetsuit should feel and look fitted but not too tight or baggy on the child

The above information can also be applied to our Jacket and Shorts products

Flotation

Floatsuits

Where to measure:

1. Measure around child’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of child’s neck to child’s crotch area

3. Using the FloatSuit size guide on page 31, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• ALWAYS measure the child without the FloatSuit on, this will give the most accurate measurements

• The FloatSuit should feel and look fitted but not too tight or baggy on the child. The floats should fit comfortably around the chest

The above information can also be applied to our Short John FloatSuit and UV FloatSuit products

Flot Jackets

Where to measure:

1. Measure around baby’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Using the Float Jacket size guide on pages 34-36, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• ALWAYS measure the child without the Float Jacket on, this will give the most accurate measurements

• The Float Jacket should feel and look fitted but not too tight or baggy on the child

• The Floats should be positioned around the child’s chest and not below, resting on the stomach

Sun Hats

Where to measure:

1. Measure around child’s head (around the temple)

2. Using the Hats size guide on page 47 and 49, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The sun hat should rest nicely on the child’s head, it should neither be too tight or too loose on the child

Disability

Splash Jammers

Where to measure:

1. Measure around the wearer’s waist (at belly button height)

2. Measure around the wearer’s legs (mid-thigh)

3. Using the Splash Jammer size guide on page 55, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The waist band part of the Jammers should be fully pulled up over tummies, to ensure any under nappies are fully covered

• The waist and leg bands should fit snugly around the stomach (belly button height) and mid-thigh

• If the wearer is between sizes, we recommend choosing the size that

Splash Costume

Where to measure:

1. Measure around wearer’s chest (from under the arms)

2. Measure from the nape of wearer’s neck to the crotch area

3. Using the Splash Costume size guide on page 53, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The swim nappy part of the costume should be fully pulled up over the stomach, to ensure a snug yet comfortable fit

• The leg bands should fit snugly around the thighs

Splash Shorts

Where to measure:

1. Measure around wearer’s waist (at belly button height)

2. Measure around the top of the thighs

3. Using the Splash Shorts size guide on page 56, match the measurements taken to the sizes available

Our Advice:

• The Splash Short should be fully pulled up over the stomach, to ensure a snug yet comfortable fit

• A little rolling may occur, this simply serves to strengthen the seal

• The leg bands should fit snugly around the thighs

The above is also applicable for how to measure the Splash Board Short products