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Meet Our Gender-Neutral Baby Koda Bear ‎🐻

It's im-PAW-ssible not to love our new arrival. Say "hi" to our newborn doll Koda Bear!

The first time you hold Koda Bear in your arms is something you’ll never forget. This little bean measures 17 inches from his head to tiny little toes and weighs 2.75 lbs, perfect to carry around or cuddle in your lap. He's got the most adorable brown eyes and painted black hair that are expertly handcrafted by our team of doll experts. From the shape of his/her mouth, sweet button nose, and fluttery eyelashes, to all his/her adorable expressions, we know that this baby will steal your heart right away.

Intricately molded from Ping Lau's debut sculpt, Koda Bear is brought to life to bring happiness into your home. And for sure, every moment with this baby is a moment you'll treasure forever. 💞

Artistically crafted from our GentleTouch Vinyl

Our GentleTouch vinyl is a proprietary formula for our vinyl doll’s skin. It is decadently soft and luxurious vinyl with the feel of real, baby-smooth skin. This vinyl creates the real baby feel that you’re looking for in your vinyl baby dolls. Baby dolls handcrafted in GentleTouch vinyl are snuggly soft with lifelike features carefully sculpted from vinyl molds.

To learn more about our trademarked FlexTouch™, GentleTouch™, and SoftTouch™ vinyls, click here

Bear face embroidery on Koda Bear's onesie

UnBEARably cute!🐻

Koda Bear is outfitted in grey overalls with an embroidered bear face, white ears, and leg button snaps, paired with a brown-and-white striped tee. This Asian newborn is warm and cozy in a grey beanie featuring 3D ears and a super-soft white fleece blanket with grey trim.

Browse Koda Bear's Baby Photo Album! 📷

Meet the Artist Behind Koda Bear

Ping Lau

Raised and educated in Singapore, Ping Lau started experimenting with doll sculpting in 1989. Taking several years to hone her skills, her dolls receive tremendous response and recognition whenever they are shown and are occasionally mistaken for real children.

Visit Ping's doll collection