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Bespoke footmuffs

(10 Posts)
MummyWeatherwax Thu 12-Sep-13 18:22:54

So I remember reading a number of threads recommending makers of bespoke footmuffs. We have a bugaboo bee, which has unusual straps, so thought this would be our best bet.

But I can't find any of the threads now! Can anyone help?

fairimum Thu 12-Sep-13 20:22:48

Snunkie are fantastic and gret customer service!

Tedder Thu 12-Sep-13 20:28:45

Get the Bugaboo's great.

bundaberg Thu 12-Sep-13 20:31:11

roro taggy are great. you can find them on facebook

Dontletthemgetyoudown Thu 12-Sep-13 20:31:17

Snunkie is good but personally I think the bugaboo one is the way to go.they are snug but also big enough for an older toddler. And top of my list perfect match for the buggy.

MummyWeatherwax Thu 12-Sep-13 22:07:33

Thanks for your feedback.

I was kind of reluctant because the bugaboo one was so expensive, but still looked like it dragged on the ground? Does it do that in real life?

Dontletthemgetyoudown Thu 12-Sep-13 22:31:35

I never found that. I didn't have the bee plus though but the one before. It is quite long without the child in it but when the child is in it it comes up a bit. It doesn't drag on the floor though.

Tedder Fri 13-Sep-13 07:00:38

No it doesn't drag on the floor but it is big which is good as it can accommodate a toddler, my DD used it until she was over 3. It is expensive but I'm not sure there's a huge difference between it and the customs actually. And, as I keep justifying my Bugaboo accessories spends, there is a good resale value.

GwendolineMaryLacey Fri 13-Sep-13 07:06:18

Agree. I've had some fabulous footmuffs made but, for my Bee I kept coming back to the Bugaboo one. It's lovely and thick, really cosy. You won't get better and, by the time you've paid out for a custom one the difference is negligible.

MummyWeatherwax Fri 13-Sep-13 13:20:43

Thanks for your input all. It seems like branded is the way to go!

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