It's Winter and everyone is COLD!! It's the time where we bring out the long sleeves and hats and gloves. In some places it's a must to bundle before you go out. Well let's bundle up with this!
Welcome to the Baby it's Cold Outside Event!
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Founded by French designer Rebecca Campora, 7 A.M.® ENFANT offers a wide selection of versatile, urban and stylish baby accessories combining good design, fashion and versatility. The award winning baby outerwear “Le sac igloo®” and “Blanket212 evolution®” are a statement among the baby essentials; reflecting the vibrant colors and modern style of the city and high technical demand of outdoor activities. Just as versatile and suitable to streets, camping sites or slopes, 7 A.M.® Enfant’s various products are found wherever the baby comfort is demanded.
Le sac igloo
Le Sac igloo® is available in three sizes. Featuring five-point harness openings, it can be easily adapted to both strollers and car-seats. The hood zips down and can lay flat on the stroller or car-seat. The water-repellent shell protects children from snow, rain, and wind; Premium fiber insulation and a soft cotton lining provide ultimate comfort to even the youngest users. For warmer temperatures, when removing the snapped fleece blanket your igloo will be entirely lined with cotton. The unique 7 A.M.® signature front cover can be detached and used as a blanket by itself in warmer weather. Without having to remove the child, parents can slip the elasticized pouch over a car-seat or stroller in a matter of seconds.
Check out this video to see the cozy Le sac igloo in action keeping babies warm!
WarMMuffs from 7 A.M Enfant7AM continues to bring families comfort by providing a smart solution for the winter season, making the cold outdoors a time to enjoy for the person pushing the baby stroller. While securely holding the stroller the caregiver’s hands are kept cozy and warm, with the flexibility of easily using bare hands to tend to the needs of the child.