Silver Cross unveils all new Wave

The single to double pram has launched in three new colours with sustainable fabrics.

Silver Cross has introduced three brand new colourways to its best selling Wave range. The new palette takes inspiration from warm earthy tones, with natural and timeless colours that each include a black name Onyx, a soft grey named Lunar, and a woodland green named Cedar.

Each new colourway features soft textured materials and luxurious faux leather. Wave’s outer fabrics now feature materials crafter from recycled plastic bottles, while the pushchair is delivered in fully recyclable outer packaging.

Wave’s flexible design means it’s ideal for one, two, or even three little ones. Parents can choose from seven single to double configurations straight out of the box, or can add a tandem seat, second carrycot or ride-on board to create up to 30 configurations.

Featuring a bamboo lined carrycot, which is suitable for overnight sleeping and Silver Cross’s Genius Harness system, the new Wave offers style, comfort and convenience.

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