Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Leg Huggers Product Review

Agoo Apparel makers of Leg Huggers sent me a pair of LegHuggers in the Retro Bulleye pattern to review.  My daughter was in the kitchen when I recieved the package.  As soon as I opened it and she saw the leg warmers, she claimed them as hers.  They fit toddlers and infants such as my six month old.

These are perfect for little ones to wear under dresses instead of tights or with onesies.  They are perfect for my two-year old who is potty training.  Also, they make diaper changes so much easier.  When my youngest starts to crawl, they will protect her little knees from getting rug burn.

What makes Leg Huggers different from other leg warmers?  They are longer and wider so little ones can wear them longer.  They also prevent the little red lines that my daughter has gotten from other brands from the elastic. I like that they are made of bamboo which has many benefits such as being breathable, antibacterial, odor resistant, and they wick away moisture (which prevents overheating or chills from moisture being trapped between the skin and the material).  The bamboo is organic and it also protects your little one from UV rays.  They are also hyperallogenic so they will not irritate sensitive baby skin.  How can you not love a product that is more eco-friendly?

I know many of you are probably thinking that Leg Huggers are going to cost more than other brands but that is not the case.  They are about $10 per pair and they have adorable prints for both boys and girls. They do ship outside the U.S. and Canada.

You can follow Leg Huggers on Facebook.  They have a contest on their fan page until Friday, January 29th where you have the chance to win three pairs of Leg Huggers.  To enter all you have to do is tell them what design you would like to see on a pair of Leg Huggers. 


TheCrunchyWife said...

Hi :) I love your blog! Following you from MBC FFF :)


PS - LOVE the leg huggers!

Mrs. Addison said...

Those sound very cool - I may have to check them out for my daughter. Tights are always such a pain.

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