Clothing brand BAPE created a new Baby Milo sweater for kids that glows in the dark.The brand reinvented its iconic Shark Hoodie with this new sweater by adding the Baby Milo print all over it. With a shark head graphic on the hood, this sweater is a fun play on the classic adult version. Available in either baby blue or light pink, both sweaters feature a Bapesta graphic that glows in the dark all over them.
These new sweaters are only available in kid sizes from toddler to middle school. Made with soft, high-quality materials, the pieces are perfect for adding a pop for color and fun to any kids wardrobe. This new Baby Milo sweater will be available online on February 10, with the light colors making them perfect for the spring.
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BAPE Created a New Glow in the Dark Baby Milo Sweater for Kids
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