It’s wind/water resistant, works with all different strollers, and I love that the top part unzips to become a play blanket for those cold days spent inside the local B&N. Plus there’s this cool separate boot pouch kind of thing at the bottom, to keep whatever’s on your kid’s shoes (hopefully just snow?) out of the rest of the blanket. Very smartly designed.
If you really want the most bang for your buck, check out the Perrenial style in 14 swanky color combos. It costs a bit more than the Classic, but comes with a removable Thinsulate liner, so you can use it for three seasons. Four if you’re summering in Juno.
But then, I bet Juno moms have their warm blanket solutions ironed out much better than I do. -Liz
Congratulations to lucky winner Karli H!