As summer draws closer, the children dream of playing in the sun, digging in the sand, and eating tons of ice cream. And how best to dress for the pool, than with a beautiful Zoocchini kids hooded towel.
Having taken both the US and Canada by storm, these colourful and extremely high quality hooded towels are animal themed and are sure to make water adventures much more enjoyable this year. Each towel is cosy, super soft and warm, perfect for snuggling into after a dip in the pool.
And they all have their unique individual details such as hand grabs, paws, tails, fins, teeth, horns, manes and feathers, so your little ones can enjoy an unexpected opportunity for imaginary play. They even make bath time more fun.
Zoocchini’s kids hooded towels are suitable for ages 2 + and your little one can choose from 15 different characters including Devin the Dinosaur, Leo the Lion, Sherman the Shark, Sushi the Tropical Fish and Allie the Unicorn. Loomed from 100% Cotton Plush Terry, kids will delight with the plush softness of these extremely entertaining towels.
These beautiful Zoocchini kids hooded towels are available online from Potwells, who only stock products that have been given the seal of approval from their own kids, so you know that these towels get a big thumbs up.
What's more, the lovely people from over at Potwells are letting me give one of the super cool towel away to one lucky blog readers. How fab is that! So, for your change to win a Zoocchini kids hooded towel, of your choice, from Potwells, just fill in the Rafflecopter form below.
Ends midnight 17th May
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