The Gro Company Stripe 2.5 Tog Cosy Groromper - Pink

Introducing the Groromper! The luxuriously soft and comfy one-piece sleepsuit!  Specially designed to keep your bub feeling cosy and warm all night long, the Stripe Groromper makes an ideal replacement for hot blankets, quilts and duvets. Plus, with breathable mesh underarms to keep them cool, built-in leggies for full freedom of movement, and foldover foot covers with grippy dot soles, this amazing one-piece sleepsuit is the ultimate all-in-one bedding solution!

Available in baby sizing - see size chart for correct fit!


  • The Gro Company baby sleepwear
  • Design: Stripe Cosy Groromper
  • Colour: Pink
  • Tog rating: 2.5
  • The all-in-one sleepsuit built for safer sleep
  • Luxuriously soft and comfy
  • High quality jacquard construction keeps bub warm all night long
  • Use in place of hot blankets, quilts and duvets
  • Reversible zip front for easy nappy changes
  • Built-in zip-guard prevents rubbing and little wrigglers escaping
  • Breathable mesh underarms for cooling air flow and temperature regulation
  • Built-in legs for full freedom of movement
  • Foldover foot covers with grippy dot soles
  • Five-point harness compatible - perfect for travel!
  • Conforms to the highest safety standards
  • Materials: 100% jacquard fabric
  • Machine washable
  • Country of origin: Australia
Shipping & Returns

Leaves warehouse in 1 - 2 business days

*Estimated Delivery between 5/08 and 10/08. This is an estimation based on the sellers past performance. Actual delivery time may vary.


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18 July 2020

Fast shipping, good quality product

06 June 2020

Only downfall is the zip does up from the top which makes it a little more difficult with a wriggling child

18 May 2020


25 July 2020

23 July 2020