Atlantic Puffin

£25.00

Ethical Loungers designed to be just worn and worn. Whilst the organic brushed cotton is soft enough to sleep in, it is also hard wearing and easy to wash. Just right for lounging in front of the television or kicking a ball in the garden. Our Loungers are generous enough in size to lounge in comfort and roomy and move-y enough to allow for some growing room. 

 ~split~ Atlantic Puffins - These pink and blue checked Loungers are named in honour of Atlantic Puffins, the only Puffins native to the Atlantic Ocean. Puffins love a diet of mostly small fish eating an estimated 40 a day. Luckily they can catch several in one dive! With very few nesting sites Puffins are very vulnerable and are now included on the red list of birds for conservation.Measures are being taken to reduce marine pollution, over fishing and the number of predators present in their breeding colonies.  

Loungers' Highlights

Loungers are made from 100% organic brushed cotton Iconic buttons made from natural Corozo Seams double stitched for strength - for lounging and playing Deep side pockets - to hold things you can't live without Contrasting inner fabric on an elasticated waistband

Ethical Loungers designed to be just worn and worn. Whilst the organic brushed cotton is soft enough to sleep in, it is also hard wearing and easy to wash. Just right for lounging in front of the television or kicking a ball in the garden. Our Loungers are generous enough in size to lounge in comfort and roomy and move-y enough to allow for some growing room. 

 ~split~ Atlantic Puffins - These pink and blue checked Loungers are named in honour of Atlantic Puffins, the only Puffins native to the Atlantic Ocean. Puffins love a diet of mostly small fish eating an estimated 40 a day. Luckily they can catch several in one dive! With very few nesting sites Puffins are very vulnerable and are now included on the red list of birds for conservation.Measures are being taken to reduce marine pollution, over fishing and the number of predators present in their breeding colonies.  

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