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Stokke Xplory's Forest Accessories Kit

Check out this gorgeous way to give your Stokke Xplory a spring ’09 makeover


Posted: 16 March 2009
by Laura Lee Davies

The Stokke Xlory
It's no great surprise that, despite its weighty price tag, the Stokke Xlory is such a popular pushchair. Well-designed to bring your baby closer to you, but flexible enough to last you until your toddler no longer needs wheels to get around, the Xlory is a lovely, modern buggy.

But if you hanker for change and are put off the cost of replacing your Xlory with a new model or an alternative brand, you'll love the Forest Accessories Kit, which can add a completely fresh look to your existing model for a total RRP of just £97.

The Stokke Xplory Forest Accessories Kit, £97 The Stokke Xlory
This kit offers a completely new look, featuring a canopy, parasol, nappy wallet, changing mat and insulated bottle bag.

The kit is available in two lovely patterns that will suit any of the standard Xplory colours you already have. Forest Olive is a warm and sophisticated take on pretty florals, with designer swirls of orange, olive and rich reds to suit the season. It goes really well with the basic Orange, Red, Olive or Yellow options. And to go with the Turquoise, Cream or Black basic colour, the Forest Cream pattern is a funky alternative that suits both male and female preferences.

To see them as they appear with the Xplory, go to www.stokke-stroller.com.


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