BreathableBaby Mesh Crib Liner Review

This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.

Baby bumpers are very controversial. You want to prevent your child’s arms or legs from getting caught in the slats of the crib, but you have heard horror stories about SIDS and a baby not being able to roll over and suffocating. Some baby bumpers have a bad name for falling off and are not tightly secured which poses a safety risk to your child.

The solution is using a 100% mesh liner. The liner is made from breathable materials and uses max airflow technology. It’s engineered to promote oxygen flow and helps minimize the risk of suffocation. This has been many parents first choice for over a decade.

BreathableBaby Mesh Crib Liner

81MU8cdSJnL. SL1500

This crib liner is the answer if you are scared of your child’s limbs getting stuck in the crib slats, but you are also scared that they might suffocate on a traditional crib bumper. We want to keep your little ones as safe as possible and give you peace of mind that your child will be safe while they sleep. The super soft mesh allows oxygen to flow freely through the material.

If your child presses their face against the mesh and can’t get up they will still be able to easily breathe through the mesh. The liner is made from hypoallergenic poly mesh fabric and is machine washable.

Who Needs This Product?

This product is perfect for if you have a small baby that cannot pull themselves up to sitting position yet. The mesh allows your child to still breathe easily while preventing your child’s limbs from getting stuck in the slats of the crib. If your baby is strong enough to lift themselves and pull into a standing position you should consider the BreathableBaby CribShield full coverage mesh liner. This is the same product, but is for when your child is a bit older.

The liner comes in a variety of colors and is great value for money. The hook and loop design makes it easy to install and is adjustable to fit most four sided slatted cribs.

Here is an easy to follow YouTube video to show you just how easy it is to install the BreathableBaby crib liner

This BreathableBaby crib liner has been designed with the latest airflow technology and promotes the oxygen flow to keep your little one as safe as possible while they sleep. Made from 100% breathable mesh fabric it is super soft to the touch and tested for air permeability. The hook and loop system keeps the liner in place and is very easy to install. The BreathableBaby liner comes in a variety of colors and prints and is a great addition to any nursery.

The benefits of the Breathable Baby mesh crib bumper are as follows:


  • Prevents your child’s limbs from getting stuck in the crib slats
  • Made of mesh and features Air Channel technology, reducing the risk of suffocation
  • The material promotes airflow technology and prevents your baby from breathing in their own carbon dioxide.
  • Safer than regular baby bumpers
  • Available in a variety of different colors and designs
  • The liner is made out of hypoallergenic poly mesh fabric
  • Machine washable
  • Collapses to prevent your child climbing out of their crib


  • Some babies are able to easily pull down the crib liner and end up getting their limbs caught in the rails
  • The material is breathable and soft but it does not offer the baby any protection from bumping their head
  • Depending on the size of your crib the liner could slide down

The BreathableBaby mesh crib liner is very easy to install. Simply take the long panel and position it to the back side of the crib.

Watch this easy to follow YouTube video for further instructions.

The BreathableBaby mesh liner comes in two pieces: one long panel and one shorter panel. The Velcro and ties hold the mesh liner in place. The liner is easy to install and comes with instructions for added convenience.

What We Like

  • Machine washable
  • Hypoallergenic liner
  • Air Channel technology

What We Don’t Like

  • No protection from bumping head

Alternative Solutions

Some experts argue that even though the mesh is more breathable you should not put anything that is unnecessary in the crib. A great alternative solution are vertical crib bumpers that attach to each crib slat individually. This helps increase the airflow and helps reduce the risk of suffocation. Because each slat is covered individually it is virtually impossible for your child’s limbs to get stuck in the slats.

Bumper pads for cribs will always be debated. As technology improves so will the options to keep your baby safe. Traditional bumper pads have been banned in many different countries and if you are considering using baby bumpers it is suggested to use a safer option such as the BreathableBaby mesh crib liner.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Special offer for our visitors

Get your Pregnancy and Baby Free Guide

We will never send you spam. By signing up for this you agree with our privacy policy and to receive regular updates via email in regards to industry news and promotions