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June 14, 2019 2 min read

The Winter Edit- 7 products you need to know about for the coldest months

Woah just like that winter is here! That means jumping up and down in puddles, rugging up warm, and sometimes staying inside where it's cosy. Check out the winter edit, for what's new, what's warm, and what we think you need to get through those winter months.

 

1. Crywolf Rain Boot- $49.90

These boots are made from natural rubber, they're beautiful quality, soft, and light, with contrast patterned lining. Crywolf is a New Zealand brand, and this is only their second season. We reckon they've knocked it out of the park this time.  

 

2. Auskin Sheepskin Rug- $109.90- $139.90

Make the nursery look cosy for winter with these sheepskin rugs. Available in long and short wool, and a variety of colours. 

 

3. Crywolf Eco Puffer- $119.90

The fill in these puffer jackets is made from recycled water bottles, isn't that the coolest? The amazing fibre works just like a traditional down jacket to keep you warm on those freezing cold days. Bonus, they're vegan.

 

4. Ecosprout Vintage 100% Merino Blanket- $129.90

Really soft, and pretty luxurious, these merino baby blankets are ideal for tucking baby into the capsule with on days when it's cold in the car.  Use it on their bassinet too!

5. Mutsy i2 Foot Muff- $169

People often ask us if a foot muff is really necessary. The answer is it isn't, but you will never regret buying a foot muff if you live in New Zealand. This handy sleeping bag attaches to the seat of your pram and keeps your little one warm. They're ideal for babies aged 6 months to 3 years, though we've had customers squeeze their 3-4-year-olds into a footmuff on a cold day! 

6. Lamington Merino Socks- $17.90

These socks are warm, cute, and made in NZ! Buy them for your own bubba, or buy them as a gift. We also sell lots of these to customers who are sending them to friends and family overseas.

7. Little Flock of Horrors Merino

Hands up if you love merino in winter! Super warm, but not too thick, it's the perfect fibre for layering to keep warm. Little Flock of Horrors are a cool New Zealand brand produced by a husband and wife team. We love the whole collection and dress our kids in it all the time. 

 

With all those products, we're ready for whatever winter has to throw at us!! 



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