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Virtual Baby Shower Spotlight: The Kokopax Eco Carrier

Throughout our 2010 Virtual Holiday Baby Shower Giveaway we will be taking a closer look at some of the incredible products the Project Nursery Grand Prize Winner will receive. The prize package is valued at $2,000! See our giveaway blog before December 24th for details on all the ways you can enter.

Much like Sarah Spoor, the founder of Kokopax, our Virtual Holiday Baby Shower winner will have the luxury of cooking, traveling, and moving about with the ease carrying baby piggyback. The inspiration behind this Nevada mom’s design came from vintage carriers. Sarah and her husband noticed there weren’t similar versions in today’s market. Their objective was to combine that function with modern design.

The Eco-Classic Carrier is the premium carrier in the Kokopax line. It’s canvas is 100% organic cotton and the frame is made from a sturdy and lightweight aluminum.  The shoulder straps are designed for comfort and stability, and it also includes a padded waist strip and hip belt.

Baby can be carried in the Eco-Classic from 6-24 mos of age (or up to 35lbs). For added convenience, there is a kick stand for loading, and toy ring attachment. This 3 lb carrier even fits in airplane overhead bins!

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Friday 7th of January 2011

wow this is the new innovation on baby products, baby looks comfortable with this carrier. hope i could buy this to my 4 month old niece.

____ "A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take." -- Cardinal Mermillod


Wednesday 15th of December 2010

I just love this. The way it is very convenient and all that. Function and design, indeed. It's eye-catching and very beautiful. I think it's great that you are able to use it for at least one year and a half or more :)


Wednesday 8th of December 2010

I think that this is great. One of the things I complain about when it comes to new carriers is that it really hurts my back, older vintage carriers do not seem to have this problem.