As promised, some more of our fav sneak peeks from last week’s HUGE baby gear and stuff show in Las Vegas, ABC. It was an exhausting and exhilarating week, walking the show, seeing old friends, and making new ones. Here are some pics of what stood out to our team:
The people at Thule believe in the value of an active life – whether you’re in the city or the great outdoors. Established in Sweden in 1942, Thule’s products are designed to help people transport the things they care for safely, easily, and in style so they are free to live an active life. At the ABC Show they showcased their line of multifunctional child carriers that help people take their kids along for the ride. Seeing this cheerful bike with child seat and chariot certainly made me wish I was outdoors!
Fashion continues to drive stroller development. Britax showcased The Affinity Stroller, which is available with a black, silver or white frame and a variety of colors. The Affinity featured at the show with a white frame and purple seat was so popular with buyers and exhibitors, the Britax staff had added a small post-it note to the stroller with the note “stroller not for sale.” The Affinity is arriving in March, will be wide distributed and will retail for $599 stroller frame & seat + $99 color pack.
Our friends at Stokke introduced the Scoot Stroller in Urban Blue, a gorgeous shade of show-stopping turquoise. Described as a “compact, connection stroller,” the Scoot retails for $599 and includes rain and mosquito nets and is car seat adaptable with the Maxi Cosi car seat. The optional Scoot Soft Bag creates a cozy environment to make the Scoot newborn-ready for infants from birth to six months. Stokke’s Knitted Blanket, hanging on handle bar, has small snaps on each side that attach to the stroller’s canopy to keep it in place.
Fareskind debuted at the show and we got a chance to chat with the delightful husband and wife team behind these high-end stroller liners. Created out of a desire to find a non-synthetic sheepskin liner for their own children, the new line has a Danish influence and features 100 % Merino Sheepskin from Australia. Liners range from $79 to $249, are machine-washable and can be used year-round according to the owners.
In a sea of strollers, car seats, carriers and a myriad of products for infants and toddlers, this gorgeous wall of succulents caught our attention. When we looked closer, we were not surprised to discover Lolli Living had created this welcoming entrance to their booth. A variety of crib sets and linens were featured along with this adorable fabric teepee.
Click on any of their links to find out more about these companies and their products. We we not paid by any of them to click away on our iphone camera or share these images with you. Enjoy!