FYI: Joovy no longer appears to be distributing The BabaSling. They no longer feature it on the Joovy web site and it is listed as discontinued on Amazon. There are a few still for sale, so for now we’ll keep our review...Read More
Category: Child Carriers
Web: mobywrap.com Price: $37 to $60. Weight Range: 8 to 35 lbs. Comments: Moby Wraps are one-size-fits-most carriers designed to allow moms to adjust the fit by how tight they wrap the baby. The wrap uses three sections of...Read More
Web site: Infantino.com Price: $35 Weight: 8 to 35 lbs. Comments: Infantino specializes in making the least expensive carriers on the market. At $35, their Sash meh dai (they’re still calling it a mei tai as we went to...Read More
Web: TulaBabyCarriers.com Price: $150 to $170 (baby version); $170 (toddler version); $270 to $650 (wrap conversions); $160 (Free-To-Grow) Weight Range: 15 lbs. to 45 lbs.; 8 lbs. to 15 lbs. with infant insert; toddler...Read More
Web: newnativebaby.com Price: $88. Maximum weight: 8 to 35 lbs. Comments: New Native’s focus is eco-friendly slings made from mostly organic cotton. This sling is styled as a one-piece pouch with no adjustments. Check the size...Read More
Web: Boba.com Price: $38 to $50 Weight Range: 7 to 35 lbs. Comments: Boba Wrap gets mostly positive feedback from readers. And it’s priced very affordably. Made of cotton with a bit of spandex for stretch, the key to happiness...Read More
Web: SollyBaby.com Price: $65 Weight Range: 7 to 25 lbs. Comments: Solly Baby’s Solly Wrap is the only wrap we know of that’s made from Lenzing Modal, a “sustainable knit made from Austrian beechwood...Read More
Web: babyhawk.com Price: $100 to $130. Weight Range: Two sizes: 8 to 40 lbs. and 15 to 40 lbs. Comments: One reason we recommended BabyHawk’s meh dai‘s for so many years: you could customize them....Read More
Web: kozycarrier.com Price: $80 to $100 Weight Range: 8 to 40 lbs. Comments: Kozy Carrier’s web site touts that this meh dai carrier has no buckles or rings—just tie it on. You’ll notice it has wide shoulder straps with light...Read More
FYI: The Aria no longer appears on Moby’s web site and is only available on a few web sites at significant discounts. Web: MobyWrap.com Price: $160 Weight Range: 7.7 lbs. to 44 lbs. Comments: The Moby Aria is a souped up...Read More
Web: WrapsodyBaby.com Price: $93 to $120. Maximum weight: 35 lbs. Comments: Gypsy Mama makes its Wrapsody wraps in three different fabrics: the Wrap DuO (can be used in water, $72), The Breeze (cotton gauze, $93), and the...Read More
Web site: CatBirdBaby.com Price: $99 Weight: 8 to 35 lbs. Comments: Catbird Baby manufactures one of our favorite front carriers, the Pikkolo, so we were excited to see they also make a meh dai (mei tai). Priced at $100, and...Read More
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