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Cosy toes / foot muff recommendations please!

(11 Posts)
Cydonia Mon 24-Sep-12 11:05:29

Hi, I have a Britax B Smart 3 wheeler, have been using the carrycot or car seat with it as DS is only 4 months. He is starting to look like he'd be better off in the pushchair seat now so he can look about, so I want some sort of foot muff for it. Have looked online at buggysnuggles and cozyosko which are nice but quite pricey, are they worth the money? The Britax one is a bit dull! I would like it to last a couple of years so maybe it's best to spend a bit more for quality.

Can anyone recommend a good one? If its relevant, pushchair is red!

chocoreturns Mon 24-Sep-12 15:17:09

I have just bought a John Lewis own brand red stars one for my DS who is similar age. Its v padded fleece and looks great. I'm going to spray the front with waterproof treatment (only the bottom at the front, nowhere he may lick or chew it!!) for shower proofing. Its a good budget option. this is it

Safmellow Mon 24-Sep-12 16:55:45

I got a Kaiser from Amazon which I love. It has lasted well, has a zip up the middle and a zip off bottom so I found it easy to use.

It fit on my Sola and BJCM fine.

Cydonia Mon 24-Sep-12 17:25:47

Ooh that John lewis one looks just like a buggysnuggle I was looking at but much cheaper! Will check out the kaiser too, thanks.

Cydonia Mon 24-Sep-12 17:29:04

Hmm is red on red a bit much?! The Kaiser ones look lovely and snuggly too, especially the sheepskin ones, though they are pricey.

onetwothreefourfive Mon 24-Sep-12 19:27:52

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BikeRunSki Mon 24-Sep-12 19:32:41

I third Kaiser. We have an Iglu XL which DS used to use as a sleeping bag for camping. The foot end is reinforced and waterproofed on the inside to stand up to shoes. Not a problem at 6 months, but will be next winter and next.

BikeRunSki Mon 24-Sep-12 19:33:19

Sorry, meant 4 months. I did read the OP properly, honest!

Cydonia Mon 24-Sep-12 20:51:38

It says on amazon the kaisers are only suitable from 6/7 months, has anyone used one on a younger baby? He is fairly small for his age.

Safmellow Tue 25-Sep-12 07:16:48

Yes I used mine from about 3 months, she was small too, quite long though.

Cydonia Tue 25-Sep-12 10:00:27

Thanks, we need something snuggly it looks like it's going to be a looong winter!

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