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Old 09-24-2012, 09:20 PM   #33
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Re: Would you be interested in these?

Originally Posted by mummybelfield View Post
Like the idea but how durable are these bags? I fear that my LO would be able to get trhough to the poly filler
They are serged and then stitched again at all seams, with a two-row stitch to secure the window. Handles are reinforced with a tight zig-zag through all layers. The window layer is sturdy denim and the facing layer is either heavyweight cotton/canvas or lightweight fabric lined with an additional denim layer.

My oldest Hide & Squeak bag is over 1 year old and still like new, even though it was a prototype with single-seams only. My daughter has taken it on car trips, jumped on it, played catch with it, and it is barely worn. Note that I don't recommend your kids jump on or throw these as general practice

These aren't for use as a dog toy, but they are designed to hold up to long-term use. If there were ever a tear or puncture, the poly beads are non-toxic, rounded, and very small, but you should treat a damaged Hide & Squeak bag as you would any damaged toy.
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