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Pushchair and Pram Cosytoes, Aprons and Footmuffs

Pushchair and pram cosytoes, aprons and footmuffs are designed to keep babies and toddlers snug and cosy whilst out and about with mum or dad. They are available in a wide range of different colours, styles and sizes.

Different types of pushchair aprons

Pushchair and pram footmuffs and accessories are available in a wide variety of styles, colours and fabrics. Most designs have a showerproof outer shell and a cosy fleece liner. Some styles also have a detachable head piece that provides the benefits of a hood.

Designed for optimal warmth, sheepskin lined pram footmuffs typically have a quilted padded outer layer, that is made from waterproof fabric. The 100% sheepskin liner is easily removed, and can also be used on other forms of seating.

Nest cocoon style pushchair footmuffs are specially designed for young babies. The fleece liner features a detachable padded support that cushions and supports baby's head.

Standard features of pushchair cosytoes

Most styles of pushchair and pram cosytoes comprise of a tough wind and showerproof fabric outer layer, with zipper opening detachable front apron flap.

Some pushchair and pram aprons and footmuffs include an additional removal lining for extra warmth. This is typically made of sheepskin or fleece fabric.

Pushchair cosytoes typically feature a selection of shoulder heights and crotch settings that are easily adjusted for baby's maximum comfort. They also accommodate standard 5-point harnesses.

Contoured quilting and padding ensures that baby stays warm when it's cold outside. 4 way zippers allow air circulation for seating comfort.

Many footmuffs for pushchairs and prams boast universal fitting and reversible seat liner, with 4 way zippers.

Elasticated or drawstring straps secure the pushchair and pram cosytoes, aprons and footmuffs in place on the seat and frame.

Pair a pushchair footmuff with a seat liner to ensure maximum comfort for your baby.

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