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    So, I notice that LKS have finally got new stock in, and interestingly, are now stocking a very limited range (only two colours) of their long-sleeved footless sleeper in sizes 16 (68"-70") and 18 (70"-75"). Anyone particularly tempted? I have a similar product made in the UK, but it doesn't look particularly cute (though it is very comfortable), so I'm rather tempted by the green and white stripe model.

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    I was also looking at the LKS, but no footed sleepers available in the size 16 or 18 range Hopefully someday they'll have them in larger sizes. If anyone does buy one please let us know about the quality and how they feel might be tempted to buy the footless version after some reviews

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebben View Post
    I was also looking at the LKS, but no footed sleepers available in the size 16 or 18 range Hopefully someday they'll have them in larger sizes. If anyone does buy one please let us know about the quality and how they feel might be tempted to buy the footless version after some reviews
    They've explicitly stated that they won't do footed versions beyond about age 6, because there's too much variability in foot size for a product that has a relatively low demand.

    They suggested getting someone to sew feet on for you, if that's what you want. I've actually used snaps to allow the attachment of the detachable feet from one of my other sleepers onto the rear-zip sleeper that I own.

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    Please dont forget to post if you buy it to know how good or bad it is

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    Holy cow!! Size 18 is too big for me and I am a full grown adult!!

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    I am intrigued. I think the last time I checked the sizing topped out at way too small. Although if the testimonials are true it would not be very useful to anyone without a caregiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRoseBaby View Post
    I am intrigued. I think the last time I checked the sizing topped out at way too small. Although if the testimonials are true it would not be very useful to anyone without a caregiver.
    It might be a challenge for a toddler, or anyone with significant mental disabilities, but it's hardly a challenge to a neurotypical adult. The one I own is pretty easy to undo, with practice.

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    Ha. I just posted asking about sleepers. Oops. Link?

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    I wonder if (for a small extra charge) they would put the cute bear logo on the larger sizes? It looks like the size 18 only comes without a logo.

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    I'm dreaming of ordering it, problem is I'm at around 40" waist size, I fit the height size pretty well since I'm around 70" tall so it would work, but the belly part is what gets me, that and the US dollar value right now makes the price go rocket high vs Canadian dollars.

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