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The Moby Wrap Designs Baby Carrier offers caregivers a safe, comfortable way to carry their babies. An ideal accessory for busy moms and dads, this baby wrap keeps your baby close while freeing up your hands. It uses ultra-soft, 100 percent cotton fabric to securely hold babies, providing them with the warmth and support they need. The wrap also keeps you comfortable: it is free of straps and buckles and evenly distributes baby's weight across your body to prevent discomfort and fatigue.
Designed to keep babies happy, the Moby Wrap emulates the feeling of being carried in your arms. It wraps snugly around babies and secures them with three different sections of fabric, holding them close to the wearer's chest. This gives infants the ergonomically correct postural support that they need. When it's time for baby to sleep, one of the shoulder fabric panels can be used to support the back of baby;s head for comfort.
With no straps, buckles or other fasteners, the Moby Wrap is exceptionally comfortable to wear. Unlike carriers with straps that can dig into your shoulders, the Moby Wrap envelops your entire back and both shoulders keeping you comfortable. It also evenly distributes weight across your back and hips to make it easier to carry your baby for long periods without fatigue. In addition, the wrap can be adjusted to fit nearly any body type and size.
The Moby Wrap helps promote a strong, close relationship between adults and babies. Its design mimics the natural way of holding a baby and permits skin-to-skin contact with your infant. The Moby Wrap features tapered ends to eliminate unnecessary fabric bulk. It also provides an effective means of soothing fussy or cranky infants: babies feel safer when they feel the warmth of your body and hear your heartbeat. With a Moby Wrap, even the busiest parents can bond with their babies and give them the care, warmth and intimacy that they deserve.
Moby Wraps are available in a variety of styles, including prints, solid colors, and designs. The fabric is 100 percent breathable cotton with ideal one-way stretch. The Moby is also machine washable and was made with extra length to ensure a good fit even after washing and shrinkage. It is designed to hold children from 8 to 35 pounds.
Moby Wrap Designs Baby Carrier and instructional booklet.
Moby Wrap Moby Wrap UV - Almond Blossom
Moby Wrap is made from 100% soft cotton with ideal one-way stretch and provides comfortable ergonomic support for baby and wearer. Moby Wrap UV baby carriers offer delicate skin an extra layer of protection, ideal for newborns and babies with sensitive skin. The patented Rayosan technology by Clariant increases the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of the fabric without changing its appearance, feel or breathability.
• SPF 50+
• Machine Washable
• No straps, belts or buckles
• Detailed instructional booklet included
I used it while my son was a newborn and a tiny bit at 2 months while cleaning or cooking and it was very comfortable. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Nocturna bird
It was extremely hard to figure out how to use it and my daughter hated it. I'm 5'8 and have a broad frame, so I felt like it really didn't have much give to it, especially to keep... Read morePublished 4 days ago by M. Davis
I really wanted something I could use for back carrying, and I didn't find out till after I bought this that it wouldn't work for that because of the stretchy material - way too... Read morePublished 1 month ago by aeleiram
Used this from about six weeks (when I purchased) until now (13months). Comfortable, efficient, and small storage. Totally washable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tiffaney
This is AMAZING. So versatile. A bit hot during the summer months as the material is a super thick, heavy duty jersey knit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christi Schroeder
I used a Moby with my youngest son and loved it, so when my brother and SIL had their first child I knew I was going to buy them one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by t_ochoa