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July 24, 2018
Would you like to go for a walk even on a day when might rain? You take a raincoat for your child and put her rain boots on, but what to do with your child carrier? Do you even need it?
You might think that if your child wears her rain gear, there is not much point in covering your hiking carrier. Or you might just take an adult size rain poncho and protect not only your child but also the child carrier.
It will work only if the wind is calm. But once winds pick up, your child will feel discomfort and a rain poncho will fly all over the place.
We designed the raincover for our baby hiking carrier to have three attachment points. There is a strap which attaches behind the shoulder straps, and the raincover also buckles to each side of Panda's hip belt. So even on very windy days, your child will stay dry and warm.
The raincover for Panda Child Carrier weighs only 192 grams and doesn’t take much space. You can buy it here.
Watch the video to see how to put the raincover on Panda Child Carrier:
April 26, 2021
We all know toddlers love to be involved in what mum and dad ‘do’. But they can also be unpredictable, and disappear in the blink of an eye. A toddler hiking carrier is one way to keep your little one safe on the farm, and lets them learn and help with daily chores.
September 05, 2019
Do you like shopping at Amazon? Ordering with a few clicks and waiting when it is delivered. But will it get you the baby carrier which you will actually use?
March 18, 2019
You will be amazed to see how a child with disability strives in nature. How she smiles when you leave your special needs stroller at home and go for a walk. Read if a baby hiking carrier will be the right choice for your child. And you might even get funding for Panda Child Carrier.
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