Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Summer Splash Sponsor Spotlight: Flap Happy

My boys are very fair skinned so sun protection is a must for us... We always lather on the sunscreen and wear protective clothing whenever possible. A few months ago I heard about a company called Flap Happy and I was very excited to learn that their swimwear and flap hats are made with UPF50+ fabric to keep kids skin protected from the suns harsh rays.

Founded by designer and mother of four, Laurie Lipson Snyder, Flap Happy began 25 years ago after Laurie had an idea for a hat that would protect her children’s faces and necks from the sun and elements. After developing the multi-million dollar hat company, Laurie introduced a clothing line, expanding Flap Happy to swimwear, playwear, outerwear and headwear lines. Available in vibrant colors and playful prints, Flap Happy’s clothing and swimwear are fun for boys and girls, including infants, toddlers, and kids sizes through 10.

We were recently sent an adorable pair of hibiscus shark print surf trunks and a matching original flap hat to review. The trunks are super cute, comfortable, and very easy to wear... Not to mention very easy to take on and off for pull-up changes (no we're still not potty trained yet!), and the hat is perfect for keeping Trevor's head and neck protected on sunny days. 


Flap Happy surf trunks can be purchased in a variety of fun and colorful prints for $26.95 and the matching flap hat can be purchased for $18.95 at www.flaphappy.com and in specialty stores across the US. And guess what? Flap Happy is offering a pair of surf trunks to one lucky winner during Summer Splash!

Disclosure: I was provided with the product(s) mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this post. All opinions are my own.


Mama Nibbles said...

Gotta love a matching set! I am not too keen on hibiscus patterns but those are nice.

TinyTyrant said...

Flap Happy hats are awesome! They make summer outings so much less stressful, since your child's neck is more protected from the sun...

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