Recently shortlisted in the UK Mother&Baby Awards 2020 for the Best Changing Bag, this beautiful, functional and unique Mama Qucha Nappy Backpack in turquoise is a diaper / nappy bag designed to carry all your baby and toddler essentials for a large day out (with or without the pram) like a day at the beach!
Mesh on base of main compartment to let crumbs / sand out
Secret base zipped water resistant compartment
Extra large zipped front pocket (to fit any nappy clutch - for easy access items for a nappy change);
Large water-resistant side pockets with snap closure - to fit large water bottles for yourself and numerous baby bottles or water bottles for your baby / toddler(s) for a big day out. Or just for easy access items.
Four large internal pockets with mesh base - so crumbs and sand fall through to the base
Large main compartment to fit large items such as baby blankets / jackets / or a Mama Qucha large wet bag containing approximately two towels. The Mama Qucha insulated bottle carrier has also been designed to fit in this large space.
Top zipped outside pocket for sunnies and delicate items
Thoughtfully designed padded straps with pockets on the straps for easy access items such as coins, cards and keys (please note, a smartphone / iphone does not fit in these pockets)
Quality YKK zippers with leather pulls
Nappy bag features: Dummy storage pocket, removable pram straps, easy reach back compartment for change mat storage. The backpack style leaves your hands free to chase any active toddlers.
Material: 100% cotton canvas, 100% cotton drawstring, embossed vegetable tanned leather logo, vegetable tanned leather zipper pulls, YKK water resistant zippers throughout and waterproof YKK zipper in base compartment, brass hardware, water-resistant side and base pockets lined with PVC-free and BPA-free plastic.
Note: Please exercise caution when placing your bag on the handles of your pram or stroller, as an overloaded bag may cause the pram to tip due to unbalanced weight.
1% of every purchase goes to Clean Oceans, to help them in their goal of stopping plastics entering our oceans and waterways, with a goal of banning all single use plastics on every Australian beach by 2020!