Peg-Perego Aria Twin Stroller, Java

Peg-Perego Aria Twin Stroller, Java

  • Travel system compatible: “60” side accommodates a car seat and “40” side is perfect for an older child
  • As children grow, older sibling can sit in the “60” side and younger one can use the “40” seat
  • Large, individual hoods are independently adjustable and ratcheting
  • Individual child trays independently open/remove for easy access to each child
  • Stands alone when folded

The redesigned 2010 aria twin 60/40 is the ideal solution for parents with children of different ages. This innovative, side by side system offers a unique split seat configuration. The aria twin is travel system compatible the perego primo Viaggio sip 30/30 car seat can be attached to the “60” side with the stroller’s retractable anchors. The “40” side has a comfortable seat for big brother or sister. The stroller fits through standard doorways and has dual “freedom of movement” harnesses,

List Price: $ 359.99

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Bobi Women’s Slub Cowl Neck With Cap Sleeve, Java, Large

Bobi Women’s Slub Cowl Neck With Cap Sleeve, Java, Large

  • Fitted body
  • Cotton slub fabric

Cowl neck top with cap sleeve

List Price: $ 50.00

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Authentic Pigment 5.6 oz. Pigment-Dyed & Direct-Dyed Ringspun Long-Sleeve T-Shirt, JAVA, Large

Authentic Pigment 5.6 oz. Pigment-Dyed & Direct-Dyed Ringspun Long-Sleeve T-Shirt, JAVA, Large

  • 94% preshrunk ringspun cotton, 6% organic cotton
  • generously cut
  • seamless rib at neck
  • double-needle stitching on front of neck and bottom hem
  • shoulder-to-shoulder tape

94% preshrunk ringspun cotton, 6% organic cotton; generously cut; seamless rib at neck; double-needle stitching on front of neck and bottom hem; shoulder-to-shoulder tape; rib knit cuffs.

List Price: $ 31.44

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