Kids’ and Infant Bunting: Patagonia

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Highlights: Low Bulk Bunting for Easy Transition Between House, Car & Stroller

Patagonia’s Infant Synchilla Bunting takes the hassle out of transitioning between house, car, stroller and carrier in the cold weather. The soft, easy care double faced fleece is made from 85% recycled polyester and is available in solid or bold prints. The zippered inseam allows for diaper changes and can be configured with open or closed legs. Convertible mitts are built into the arms and flip easily over the hands, eliminating the need for mittens.

Patagonia Infant Synchilla Bunting (below)

Patagonia Infant Synchilla Bunting

The hood opening has elasticized sides for a smooth contoured fit. Since this one piece bunting doesn’t require boots or mittens, you’ll save time getting out the door on those chilly days. You’ll probably just want to bring along a simple hat to layer underneath the hood. There’s also a Hi-Plush version of the Infant Synchilla Bunting.

Infant Synchilla Hi-Plush Bunting (Leah 7 mos)

Patagonia Infant Synchilla Hi-Plush Bunting

The Hi-Plush variety made from high-pile 100% polyester fleece which is also double-faced for insulating comfort. The Infant Synchilla Bunting is recyclable through Patagonia’s Common Threads Recycling Program. Additionally, Patagonia is a member and co-founder of 1% For The Planet, pledging 1% of sales to the preservation and restoration of the natural environment.

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Maria Plasterer

Maria Plasterer lives in the Chicago Metropolitan area with her husband Paul and two children, Leah 5 and Alex 4. She hopes to share her perspective on well designed products, great services and other tips that can make life with small children a little easier and safer. Find Maria on Google+

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