Bugaboo Breezy Canopy

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100% of 13 reviewers recommend this product, with an average user rating of 5/5 stars

The multi-functional Bugaboo Breezy Sun Canopy provides sun protection, head-to-toe mosquito protection and extra ventilation on hot sunny days. Highly durable fabric is water and oil repellent and provides UPF 50+ (excl. integrated mesh panels), while fine mesh lets cool breezes through. A zip-up window allows extra ventilation and easy access to your child. Position the canopy to ensure your child is protected throughout the day. Need extra shade? Our integrated pop-out sunshade has you covered. Available for all Bugaboo prams (excluding the Bugaboo Ant).

Features:

  • The Bugaboo Breezy Sun Canopy provides UPF 50+ sun protection (excl. the integrated mesh panels)
  • The fine mesh allows cool breezes through plus the innovative construction ensures optimal air flow
  • Teflon coating gives fabric water and oil repellency
  • Mesh part can be zipped up for a clean look
  • Available in a range of colours
  • Dedicated bugaboo breezy canopy for each prams model
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100% of 13 reviewers

recommend this product

with an average user

5/5 stars

Most Helpful Review
Great in hot months keeps flies away. Love that it extends all the way and people can see in without touching your child. Great colours and light weight
Great in hot months keeps flies away. Love that it extends all the way and people can see in without touching your child. Great colours and light weight
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Most Helpful Review
Great in hot months keeps flies away. Love that it extends all the way and people can see in without touching your child. Great colours and light weight
Great in hot months keeps flies away. Love that it extends all the way and people can see in without touching your child. Great colours and light weight

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