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This video from Babyssentials gives you a review of Agoo clothing for active babies.
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Agoo Clothing for Active Babies
Hi, I’m Erica with babyssentials.com and today I’d like to talk about a company that makes children’s clothing called Agoo. Now, Agoo makes clothes of active kids and they really do take active into consideration when constructing their clothing. It’s all breathable, it’s all very comfortable and it really does have movement in mind and you can really tell—the first thing that I said when I pulled the products out which I’ll show you in a little bit why this material is great, it’s really stretchy, it’s really great from moving active children.
So I also want to talk about another aspect of Agoo which I really think is neat and that’s the time that they’re very eco friendly. In fact all of their undergarments, sock and their leg huggers which I’ll show you which are really cute are all made from bamboo. So basically, when you’re—they’re using bamboo as their material it’s great because it’s hypoallergenic, it’s made without—it’s made in a sustainable way meaning there’s no pesticide and there’s no chemicals in cultivating the bamboo which is great because it’s good for the environment. But it’s also nice because all of their clothing is antimicrobial meaning that it kind of eliminates any unwanted odors. And it’s also great because a lot of their clothing has kind of wick away feature almost like boarding clothing for adults so if a child is very active and sweaty it’s going to wick ways moisture but it’s also great because the bamboo material is very warm and keeps the body heat in while getting the moisture away. So I really like the fact that they use bamboo as a big material in their clothing.
Another thing that’s great about the Agoo clothing line is that their clothing is between 35and 50 ups so it’s really going to protect your child from the sun’s harmful rays which is a fabulous feature when you’re picking out clothes for your kids especially when they’re going to be outdoors a lot. I also want to talk about generally the fact that these clothes are kids friendly. They’re all very stretchy,they’re anti-snag and another thing that I think is fantastic is they used hagless labeling so a lot of time kid get of the itching the back of their neck because the tag digging into them that problem is eliminated with any clothes that you get from Agoo. So I also just want to show you couple of things that they’ve fun stuffs, really cute stuffs. The first, this is the Duchess hoodie they comes in different colors as well but this seems really cute I was—as you can see I’ll show you it’s very stretching material, it’s very comfortable and you can tell that it would really wick away any moisture. And move to the pants, it’s so cute with the little bows that come with duchess pant so they go together. This is the twazzie hoodie which is almost like a one B with a hood and there’s some variation done as well. Let me show you it’s very stretchy, very comfortable, geared toward of moving child and active child. And last but not least, one of my favorite things that they make. These are leg huggers and these are really, really great specially if your child is going to be around the house, hanging out. These are great to keep those little legs warm. They’re very breathable, they’re antibacterial, these are one of the materials that are made out of bamboo—and well it’s cute can't get cuter than this. So these are the leg huggers one of my favorite picks. Of course they make tons of other different styles between undergarments, windbreakers, and plash kind of sweat for your child so you should definitely check out all that Agoo has to offer. So again, extremely comfortable, hagless materials, stretchy, geared toward movement and extremely eco friendly as well made from bamboo, no chemicals or pesticide and also the fact that clothing ups protection between 35 and 50 is fantastic as well so we all Agoo. My name is Erica with Babyssentials.com I hope you found this review helpful and we’ll see you next time.