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Introducing The Airflow Bumper

Airflow bumpers were designed and developed in conjunction with Dr. William Fox, Division of Neonatology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Dr. Thomas H. Shaffer, Director of Respiratory Physiology, Professor of Physiology and Pediatrics at the Alfred I. duPont Institute and Intertek. They feature patented engineering that aids in the prevention of suffocation and rebreathing of carbon dioxide. Evaluated by pediatricians and approved for safe sleep, it exceeds current bumper standards and has been fully safety tested, including suffocation testing. The four-piece construction offers flexibility and adjustability with 2 long panels measuring 10.25" x 52" and 2 short panels measuring 10.25" x 27".

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Quality Design

Our products are designed to meet or exceed the highest quality safety standards, and unique innovations, such as the patented airflow bumper, help set new standards in safety without compromising style. Fresh, imaginative designs are distinctly detailed for an exceptional quality product.

The Nurture Imagination airflow bumper has been pediatrician evaluated and approved for safe sleep. It exceeds current bumper standards and has been fully safety tested including suffocation testing. Airflow bumpers feature patented engineering that aids in the prevention of suffocation and re-breathing of carbon dioxide. The four-piece construction offers flexibility and adjustability.

The 4 pc bumper includes 2 long panels measuring 10.25”x 52” and 2 short panels measuring 10.25” x 27”.

Airflow Bumpers

A Few Commonly Asked Questions

Q. What if the holes don't line up perfectly with the slats in the crib?
A. This will not affect the performance of the bumper. It was tested both with holes lined up and not aligned and passed suffocation testing both ways. The four-piece construction makes adjustment easy.

Q. The ties are too short for thicker, heavier cribs. Can you make them longer?
A. One of the new standards for bumpers specifies that ties must be 9" or less. Ours are 8.5".

Q. Can the airflow engineering be applied to the thicker, pillow-like style bumpers?
A. No. The new standard for bumpers specifies a thickness of no more than 1" and that they must be collapsible to impede climbing.