Silver Cross expands Clic offering

The award-winning Clic stroller from Silver Cross is launching in a new colour, drawing inspiration from its 2024 trend palette.

Clic Cobble is designed for year-round style with taupe-inspired neutral fabrics, a black chassis and cocoa accents.

Clic is Silver Cross’ lightest compact stroller and can be stored away easily at home, in car boots or on public transport. City smart wheels and a featherweight frame make Clic easy to push. The stroller can also be folded with one hand to self stand on its wheels revealing a pull-out strap for shoulder carrying.

In addition, Clic continues Silver Cross’ sustainability journey with soft, anti-crease jersey fabric crafted using recycled bottles.

Clic is suitable from birth to 22kg, features an ergonomic padded lie-flat seat, a Magnetic Genius buckle and UPF50+ hood with pop-out sun peak.

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