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Wrapeaze Review & Giveaway (US & Can)

Winters in New York can be brutal. Just walking from the house to the car is rough some days! I do my best to make sure both my boys are bundled up every morning when we start our daily commute. Not a fun task for me, or the boys, but certainly a necessary one. I was delighted to be able to review a new unique line of products from Wrapeaze to add to our winter-weather arsenal.

Matthew was happy to model his new blue camo hat we received. The material of the hat is very soft and warm. The hat extends to his neck and chest, creating a great extra layer of warmth, filling in that gap that’s usually exposed between the end of the jacket zipper and the neck. It’s perfect for protecting him from cold winds. I liked that the hat wrapped around his head with a Velcro closure, making it easy to get on and off, which is a great feature for a longer hat. We also received the hooded wrap version that was perfect for Noah – very easy to wrap around him in the car seat. It’s also very cute – with two little bear-like ears on the top!

Started by a mother of two young boys, Wrapeaze offers a line of products that are made to provide great protection from the colder weather. From hooded wraps perfect for all ages, to hats, to adaptive clothing great for older adults. They even have a line of rain gear. The products are meant to be easy and functional – definitely what I found to be true with my boys

You can find out more about the Wrapeaze line of products for kids and adults on their website and on Facebook.

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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Gina

Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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