- What: Wildkin Lunch Boxes
- When: 3 years and up
- Why: Durable, affordable, cute
- Where: Amazon
Has your child graduated from their Skip Hop Lunch Box? Perhaps you’ve grown tired of brown paper bags, or want a roomier lunch box that can hold extras like snacks or masks. If you want a dependable insulated lunch box for you kids, end your search with Wildkin Insulated Lunch Boxes.
These insulated lunch boxes have plenty of room inside for a meal, snacks, and more. The soft-sided insulated material keeps food hot or cold as needed. Even with the extra room, it fits easily into most backpacks, yet holds most lunch containers, like Easy Lunch Boxes, with room to spare.
An inner mesh pocket works great for storing notes, utensils, napkins, sanitizer, and more. Outside, a zippered pocket keeps items separate from the food compartment. One of my kids uses the outer pocket for snacks, another uses it for spare masks, and the third stores his rock collection there. Inside the lunch box, in addition to the mesh pocket lining the upper lid, you’ll find a sturdy stretchy Velcro strap to hold a water bottle or Thermos food container in place. A handle on the outside makes it easy to grab the whole thing and go.
You can find Wildkin Lunch Boxes in all sorts of patterns popular with kids, from horses and butterflies to trucks, sports, and dinosaurs. The inside wipes clean, with minimal crevices to collect crumbs. And the rugged outer material holds up well to whatever kids throw at it. I’ve even tossed ours in the washing machine a time or two. My kids have used theirs five times a week for well over a year and they show no cracks, rips, or other signs of wearing out.
If you want a solid lunch container that can go the distance, get your hands on Wildkin Lunch Boxes.