Lambskin Pram/Stroller Liner (Natural)

The natural fibres of lambs’ wool are hollow and breathable which means that these liners are warm in winter and cool in summer. They ensure durability and safety with the desirability of softness, comfort and luxury from a natural material. Great for use in your pram/stroller, infant seat, bassinet or on the floor to keep baby feeling comfortable and secure. Every baby should have a lambskin pram liner! It’s the perfect gift for the special little ones in your life.

Our liner has been tried and tested in a wide range of prams/strollers including Bugaboo, McLaren, Valco, Silvercross, Mamas and Papas, and Joolz.

When used for bedding (i.e. in a bassinet or carry cot) it is recommended that babies under 12 months old are positioned on their backs and the lambskin is covered with a fitted sheet.

Product Features

  • 100% genuine Australian lambskin with quilted polyester lining allowing the pram/stroller liner to be reversible.
  • Natural (beige) colour with dimensions of 75 x 30 cm and a wool height of approximately 3 cm.
  • Universal fit with 9 harness points making the liner compatible with most prams and strollers. NOTE: The pram/stroller straps must be able to detach from the seat in order to insert them through the slots in the liner.
  • Suitable for ages 0-36 months.
  • Comforts and soothes your baby in the pram, stroller, car seat or even on the floor.

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2 Responses to Lambskin Pram/Stroller Liner (Natural)

  1. Amazon Customer says:

    Lovely quality item This cover is gorgeous, soft and thick, with a nicely finished quilted underside. It has three slots to adjust the shoulder straps, so would fit many different pushchair models. The reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is that it’s missing a strap or two to secure in the back of the seat, or maybe a flap to secure it to the top of the seat. Without it, the cover often moves out of place as the baby wriggles. We’re using it on an umbrella stroller, this might not be a problem if you have it in a pram…