Review by Christine:
Soft Gear is headquartered and manufactured in North Carolina, where they pride themselves on producing American-made children’s products. Soft Gear offers innovative products that are proven to be safe, comfortable and fun. Their wide-range of anti-microbial products have non-slip surfaces to ensure every child’s health and safety.
- Germ and mold-resistant
- Non-slip surface
- Patent-pending suction cups
- Hand holds on each side
- Cushioned with 3-D molded thermoplastic elastomer foam
- Lightweight and transportable
- Chip and fade-resistant
- Easy to clean and dishwasher-safe
- Carrying case included
Soft Gear sent me a My Booster seat to try and review. My three and a half year-old hasn’t used a booster year for at least a year, and she was willing to try this out even though it is blue. After a few meals on the booster she hasn’t gone back, and it stays permanently on her seat at the table now. It took a few tries for her to figure out how to get into the booster on her own since it does suction onto the chair and she was accustomed to sitting on her knees. The suction is a nice feature since it doesn’t slip around, even with wiggly preschoolers who require many reminders to sit still.
Soft Gear My Booster is made with exclusive closed-cell foam technology and is mold-resistant and latex-free. Plus, it’s anti-microbial so microorganisms won’t degrade your booster or affect your child’s health. It’s easy to wipe down, and remove with one hand to clean. My Booster is lightweight and transportable. Retail price is $34.99 – 39.99.
In addition to My Booster, Soft Gear offers other innovative products as well. A Place Mat, Changing Mat, Deluxe Changing Mat and Deluxe Nap Mat are all durable and transportable children’s products that are practical for the parent on-the-go and at home.
Christine is our in house baby product reviewer. She has two children that are quite adorable, one is 3 1/2 months old and the other is three and in my son’s preschool class. When she’s not taking maternity leave she works at the local children’s hospital