Browse our selection of boys sleepwear for teens and tween. Let him choose from two-piece pyjama sets. There are pants and shirts for winter and T-shirts and shorts for summer. The key is for him to find a style that is comfortable and easy to wear that he won’t mind lounging around in his PJs in the morning. For younger boys, consider a fleecy onesie, which will keep him warm and he’ll love the fun characters that will set his imagination going. This is also an easy opportunity to stock up on underwear – from vests to boxers or briefs – just add a few to your cart and your son will always be sorted.
Yes, you’re past the bedtime tantrums and maybe even the negotiations because with teenagers you’re asking them to get out of bed, but you still need to get them into pyjamas and into bed. Get your boys’ sleep routine started with the right pyjamas to ensure they’re comfortable and that they get the right amount of sleep. Most tweens and teens don’t sleep enough, often pushing their bedtime later and later. Routines are not just for kids. Workout how much time they need in the mornings to get ready and work backwards to plan the best bedtime. Get them into the routine of having a warm shower, getting into the preferred pyjamas and reading rather than watching TV before bedtime. Make sure he’s not too hot or too cold, so ensure he’s wearing the right set of PJs and that they fit comfortably – not too tight around the middle and not too loose that it’ll twist around his body. Then check duvet and room temperature. With the right sleepwear and routine, you can be sure your tween and teen boys will sleep soundly.