KINBUILT Diaper Bag - With Changing Pad & Stroller Straps

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KINBUILT Diaper Bag - Tarpaulin Bottom
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KINBUILT Diaper Bag - Tarpaulin Bottom

KINBUILT Diaper Bag - With Changing Pad & Stroller Straps

120.00

A large Stay-Open compartment inspired by the classic tool bag for active parenting and everyday childcare.


Product Features

Stay-Open Frame

  • Spacious rectangular volume for cleaner item nesting.

  • Structured body and wider footprint won't tip over.

Simpler Access

  • 4 exterior bucket-like pockets for frequently used items.

  • No noisy flaps, or buckles to fumble with!

Performance Materials

  • Water-resistant exterior. Waterproof bottom.

  • Reliable YKK® zippers. Rugged Duraflex® hardware.

Secured Front Pocket

  • Wide zippered opening reveals 4 inner stash pockets.

  • Ideal for cards, medicine, keys, wallet, phone, or tablets.

View More Features Here!

Dimensions

16” L  X  8.5” W  X  11” H

Includes

  • Changing Pad
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Stroller Straps (X2)
  • Contact Cards (X2)
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Can I say how excited I am that someone has finally made a diaper bag that A) Fits under the seat on the airplane, B) Does NOT fall over (probably my fave feature), and C) Has the perfect blend of structure and unstructuredness (probably not a word, but you get it)?! Nice work KINBUILT!
— Sara S.