Houndstooth originated in Scotland in the 1800s and was originally worn as an outer garment of woven wool cloth by shepherds. Fast forward 130 years and houndstooth became a symbol of wealth, worn by the upper class.
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We believe that parents not only seek a quality product that looks ready to take off-road, but also has a fashion forward look and feel. My goal is to push the boundaries and revolutionize the fabrics for the brand, to ensure our products are relevant to a wide scope of consumers and markets.
Mountain Buggy has offices all around the world, with staff from every corner of the globe. Here in the New Zealand office, we celebrate our cultural diversity with an annual International Food Day!
I believe that parents not only seek a quality product that looks ready to take off-road, but also has a fashion forward look and feel.
The development of our new range started 2 years ago, with a vision to create the world' best all terrain buggy platform; a faster and smaller fold, simpler frame and the same Mountain Buggy performance.
Here at Mountain Buggy, we're all about making strong customer connections around the world. Collecting valuable feedback from people that matter - we listen, we develop, we deliver. We value our customers and know you are our most powerful voice, where we learn honest feedback to further develop products that are relevant to today's parents.
The team at Mountain Buggy are incredibly excited to announce that we have been awarded two very prestigious red dot product design awards for 2015. As our very proud MB product marketer, Matt, states"it's like winning the Oscars of the design world!"
A little bit about me and my expanding family. I'm Katie, and I'm married to the lovely Peter. We've been together for almost 10 years now, he needs a medal! We've been married for seven and a half years. Peter works at a London airport, doing his dream job and I’m a health care professional working in a busy operating theatre. We have two children and one on the way.