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Keep your active lifestyle after you have a new baby. You now have the freedom to continue to seek adventure, travel, visit, and play, just as you had before. The GoCrib travel crib gives you this freedom.

The GoCrib travel crib is a standard size, ultra portable crib that packs into a lightweight backpack for ultimate freedom. Its rigid-inflatable structure sets up quickly, and creates a strong and safe environment for your baby anywhere you go. Easily take the travel crib on vacation or to grandma's. But, this portable crib is not just for overnight trips - take it to the park, the beach, a soccer game, a friend's house, or simply in the living room for day-to-day use...your baby still needs to sleep and play while you are on the go, and the GoCrib travel crib is the easiest way for you and them to do so.

For Sleep, Play and Beyond:

The GoCrib travel crib creates a wonderful sleep and play area for your baby. The insulating mattress keeps them padded from the ground, and the strong, angled sides keep the travel crib stable and sturdy, even with your little one standing up or with siblings leaning against the sides. The closeable side door gives your child an easy way to crawl in and out so they think of it as a fun place to be (rather than a prison). This creates a familiar place for your baby so they will sleep well in their portable crib when on the go. And when they sleep well, you sleep well.

Easy Setup and Packing:

Set up the GoCrib travel crib is fast and simple.  The included dual-action pump inflates the portable crib in less than a minute and its pressure gauge tells you when it is ready to use. To pack, the valves lock open to make deflation a snap. Once deflated, the GoCrib travel crib stuffs into its backpack just like a sleeping bag.

The GoCrib travel crib backpack enables hands-free portability, so you can still carry your baby and your diaper bag, or push a stroller. And the packed travel crib so small that the takes up a fraction of the space in a car trunk and easily fits into the overhead compartment on an airplane.


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