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6 Kids Products in Pantone’s 2021 Colors of the Year

On-trend gear for little ones.

Fun finds inspired by the two shades the color experts at Pantone named their 2021 Colors of the Year—Ultimate Gray and Illuminating.

Doll Pram

pantone 2021 color of the year

Quality and detail make this Dolls Pram in vintage gray an outstanding pick for toddlers who love playing to pretend. The functioning sun hood can be folded down while your child plays, to help keep their “baby” asleep during long walks.

Puffer Jacket

pantone 2021 color of the year

Keep your little adventurer warm this winter in this bright and cheerful Puffer Jacket. Sporting front pockets, a fixed hood, and a chin guard, it’s equipped to keep your kiddo toasty while they play in the snow. Plus, it’s machine washable.

Rubber Rain Boots

pantone 2021 color of the year

Dress your little one in these kid-size Rubber Rain Boots for stylish puddle splashing. Made with 100 percent natural rubber and offered in seven bold colors, these all-season shoes have nearly 1,200 five-star reviews on Amazon. The flexible material and durable, non-slip tread makes them totally play-proof.

Muslin Cloth

2021 pantone color of the year

Swaddles are an absolute essential for new parents. This Muslin Cloth is made with buttery soft linen that’s suitable for sensitive and delicate skin. Wrap your baby in this blanket for warmth, use it as a breastfeeding cover, or grab it when you need to dab up little messes.

Lioness Wallpaper

pantone 2021 color of the year

Add a fierce pop to your child’s bedroom with this Lioness Wallpaper. The gray and white design offers a neutral, modern feel, while the lion and leaf print appeals to kids. Another perk: It’s removable and sticks to walls easily with a non-toxic adhesive.

European Balance Scooter

pantone 2021 color of the year

A shiny, bright coat of paint, faux leather saddle, and authentic sidewall tires make the European Balance Scooter all the rage. Help your child develop their balance and coordination, whether they’re scooting down cobblestone streets or gliding through your cul-de-sac.

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