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Stokke brings out the Scoot Softbag

Stokke ® Scoot Soft bag is a new accessory specially designed stroller Stokke ® Scoot. 

It can be used from zero to about six months of age. A safe place where young passengers can keep warm and rest while enjoying the ride.

Stokke ® Scoot Soft bag is convenient and easy to use, and is designed to give newborns the extra warmth and protection they need to feel safe. The gentle kokongformen gives baby a soft and safe resting place.

To read more, please visit the Stokke website here.

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