Available in five colour combinations.

I am a big fan of 7 A.M. Enfant’s products (you can check out my reviews of the Blanket 212evolution and Pookie Poncho). And it seems they’re liking this website because they want to give one lucky reader a Cygnet Cover CC100 (valued at $78 USD)!

This lightweight, 3-in-1 blanket will keep your kiddo (age 0-4T) warm and safe in cold weather, and uses a hook and loop system to fasten to any car-seat, stroller or baby carrier. With prime insulation on the inside and a water repellent and windproof outer shell, the Cygnet Cover CC100 will take you through lots of weather conditions. It’s perfect for hitting the trails, heading out for a walk, or skating at the local rink.

How to Enter

You’ve got a few options! Enter multiple times for extra chances to win.

1. Comment below with an answer to the following question: What would you use the Cygnet Cover for?

2. Follow me on Twitter @meghanjward and send a tweet about the contest. Be sure to mention @meghanjward and @7amenfant, so that I know you’ve entered.

3. Share the photo below with your friends on Instagram (you’ll find it in my feed)! Mention @meghanjward and @7amenfant so that we can see your post.

4. Share the photo on Facebook and tag Meghan J. Ward – Writer and 7 A.M. ENFANT.  Hey, why not follow along while you’re at it?!

I’ll put all your entries in the pot and choose a winner randomly on Monday, January 27 at 5pm (MST)! 

Enter to win a Cygnet Cover CC100 from 7 A.M. ENFANT!

Contest open to USA and Canada only.

Winner can choose the colour of his or her choice (black/gray, midnight blue/gray, neon pink/beige, neon green/black, lilac/marron glace).

What would you use the Cygnet Cover for?

Author: Meghan J. Ward

Meghan J. Ward is an outdoor, travel and adventure writer based in Banff, Canada, and a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Meghan has written several books, as well as produced content for films, anthologies, blogs and some of North America’s top outdoor, fitness and adventure publications. She has a forthcoming travel memoir (Fall 2022), to published by Rocky Mountain Books.

32 thoughts

  1. I would use it for traveling and during times I explore/stay where it’s colder out.

  2. This would be perfect to keep our little one warm when we go on hiking adventures and when we travel to colder areas.

  3. Rob and I would use this during our morning dog walks around the Canmore engine bridge. Pretty soon our little one will be enjoying Canmore’s pink sunrises with us- after months of us describing just how beautiful they are!

  4. I would love to use this on walks around Calgary with our little girl. There are a ton of beautiful parks here I’d love to check out and this would help me feel better about keeping her warm!

  5. I would use this to keep my baby boy warm during his first adventures here in the Canadian Rockies; whether it be cross country skiing across Emerald Lake or early/late season hiking 🙂

  6. I would love to have this so that I can put my 7 month old in his carrier on cold/windy Exshaw days so I would finally have no excuse to get out, go for walks, and finally get rid of this baby weight 🙂

  7. This looks awesome. Perfect for cold nights at camp, and early morning jogs with the wee one in tow! : ) So excited to discover this with baby #2 on the way in less than 6 weeks! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  8. We’re expecting and we also love to be outdoors. We would use the cover for our baby when she’s in her carrier, stroller, or car seat to make sure she’s comfy and warm.

  9. Need something to keep the babe warm on those cool/windy days. With a toddler to keep a hold of, something that straps on would be great (blankets just don’t do it!)

  10. Everything! Winters are long in the mountains and babies need good covering up for hiking, skiing, car rides, gondola rides and more…

  11. I would use the Cygnet Cover to keep our little 3-month-old lady warm and cozy during our weekly rock climbing trips. The hikes in and out can be chilly and the belay areas are often shaded which can give off a pretty good chill if the wind sweeps through.

  12. This is very cool! I’d use it for everything – but mostly the stroller and baby carrier, because right now blankets keep slipping off!

  13. I would love this for my daughter (3 months) for our climbing and hiking trips. She has been out to the climbing wall with us almost every weekend since she was 18 days old! She would sure make use of this!

  14. I’d use it on my baby’s stroller to keep her warm this winter and the new couple of winter seasons.

  15. I’d use it for my son, for hiking, walking, running or snowshoeing, or just getting cozy outside on cold days!

  16. To keep my baby (and future babies) warm during our beautiful but cold winter season(s) in Banff!!

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