Fellhof Meribel Lambskin Footmuff
€119.00% €159.00 incl. VAT excl. shipping costs
Lambskin footmuff for newborns & babies
Our MERIBEL footmuff ensures the perfect start in babies life. This lambskin footmuff is perfect for the carrycot of your pram. Your newborn will always feel warm and protected.
MERIBEL: the features of the footmuff for newborns and babies
It's not just the size of the MERIBEL lambskin footmuff, which is suitable for children up to around one year of age, that is impressive. The lambskin is also the right choice in terms of hygiene - the natural material is easy to care for and can be washed at 30°C with our special fur shampoo. The temperature-regulating lambskin inside and the water-and-wind-repellent yet robust outer material are particularly comfortable for babies. The MERIBEL model is also easy to open and close with the central zip. Reflective stripes on the outside of the lambskin footmuff ensure increased safety on evening walks.
Lambskin pram footmuff for newborns & babies
Our MERIBEL footmuff is the perfect size for pram tubs. A footmuff for newborns must fulfil different requirements to those for older children. It must regulate the temperature inside particularly well, be especially hygienic and therefore extremely easy to care for and also practical to use. Lambskin provides a remedy for all these points. The natural material absorbs moisture and has an insulating effect in winter and a cooling effect in summer thanks to its long fibres.
Overview Lambskin footmuff MERIBEL for pram tubs
- OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified
- Size: ca. 36 x 76 cm
- Suitable for children up to approx. 12 months
- Lining: Merino lambskin
- Durable outer material
- Wind and water-repellent
- YKK zipper
- Opening at foot end
- Precut holes for a 5-point harness
- Medicinally tanned
- Washable up to 30°C with our special lambskin shampoo
- Non-slip inserts in the back
- Reflective strips for greater visibility and safety
- Please note: follow care instructions when washing your footmuff. Washing instructions can be found here.