Ergobaby Carrier, 360 All Carry Positions Baby Carrier with Cool Air Mesh, Carbon Grey
- Breathable, lightweight all-mesh carrier
- All carry positions, including ergonomic, forward facing option
- Lumbar support for extra back comfort as your baby grows
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Carry baby on the front to face the world or face you, on the hip, or the back, beginning around 4 months into toddlerhood (12-45lbs). The adjustable carrier seat ergonomically supports baby in all carry positions.
Ergobaby buys back your previously loved Ergobaby carriers and breathes new life into them for new families to enjoy.
Cooler for you and baby with soft, lightweight & durable mesh.
One easy-to-adjust carrier to fit multiple wearers from petite to larger body types.
Includes UPF 50+ tuckaway baby hood for easy breastfeeding or to protect baby from sun & wind while napping. The lumbar support waistbelt and padded shoulder straps distributes baby’s weight properly, alleviating stress on shoulders and back.
100% machine washable. The drool bib carrier accessory (sold separately) allows for easy cleaning.
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|Color||Carbon Grey||Oxford Blue||Grey||Stone||Black|
|Item Dimensions||10.50 x 6.70 x 6.70 inches||6.18 x 9.13 x 10.43 inches||10.20 x 10.20 x 4.30 inches||11.00 x 4.00 x 14.00 inches||14.00 x 4.00 x 11.00 inches|
|Item Weight||1.54 lbs||1.70 lbs||1.30 lbs||1.60 lbs||2.25 lbs|
|Maximum Weight Recommendation||33.07 lbs||—||32.00 lbs||3.53 ounces||45.00 lbs|
|Minimum Weight Recommendation||12.13 lbs||7.00 lbs||8.00 lbs||0.00 ounces||7.00 lbs|
The Ergobaby 360 is a natural next step after your little one outgrows the stage of being carried in a baby Wrap or newborn carrier. This award-winning, all-position baby carrier is comfortable and functional between 12 and 45 pounds, with four ergonomic ways to babywear.
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I own an original Ergo baby carrier which I love. I was looking for a forward facing option for hot weather . I purchased the cool air 360 after trying two other mesh carriers . I often travel to hot climates and wanted a breathable + lightweight and packable for travel + forward facing option carrier .
First of I have to say that although it sucks to dish 150$ on a carrier there is good reason why the Ergo is the N 1 one brand for carriers. I’ve tried so hard to go cheaper and they’re just not as good .
I tried a mesh carrier called Lumiere and the Lillebaby and they were just so much bulkier and heavier which makes it hard to pack in a carry on bag during travel .The Lillebaby is all mesh which is nice I suppose , but the belt and lumbar support are so thick and wide compared to the Ergo that it adds a whole pound to the weight of the carrier whith no added comfort really .
The Ergo is overall much more stylish looking, lighter and packable. Also many parents have complained about the Velcro belt on the 360. People! The cool air option does NOT have a Velcro belt!!! Yay!!
On the down side I don’t completely understand the need for real buttons instead of snap buttons both to hold up the hood and to adjust the size of the seat. Snap buttons are so much more practical and fast . Other obvious defect is the lack of a pocket to put phone and keys or a snack .
I have yet to test it in 90/100 degree weather but overall I am very satisfied.
Ergo should just scrap the Cool Air version they have and figure out a better way to make it breathable.
Only gripe now as the straps under baby's arm is not padded and does still rub some. Also, a pocket somewhere would be nice.
We have used the regular ergo and she has accepted it for awhile, but I knew we would die of heatstroke if we were using this in the summer.
We have had our ergo for about a month now, and this is what I have to say:
1. Weather- this mesh ergo is so lightweight that it is like wearing a belt and two backpack straps. I can carry my baby without any extra bulk.
2. Forward facing- my daughter is a little explorer and hates riding facing me. She loves to ride in the forward facing position and kicks her feet and enjoys the sights when we walk. I am able to kiss her head, hold her feet, and see exactly what she is doing at all times. She is comfortable and can move around to grab things still (good for her!)
3. Extra perks- the straps all have a little elastic band on them that holds the extra strap material. I am on the small side, and this keeps all the extra length of straps from hanging down.
Also, I can put this on and get her in it alone with only two buckles to clip. It is a breeze!
I know people say that the ergo 360 is amazing, and I didn't really believe it would work for us, but it does. It was worth the cost.
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Die ERGObaby lässt sich super schnell anlegen und gibt mir ein gutes Tragegefühl. Meine Tochter wiegt mit knapp 10 Monaten jetzt ungefähr 10 kg und das Gewicht verteilt sich ganz gut. Ich kann mir gut vorstellen, sie in der Trage noch einige Zeit zu tragen.
Da die Anhock-Spreiz-Stellung mangels Anpassungsmöglichkeiten nicht gewährleistet werden kann, würde ich diese Trage NIE für ein Neugeborenes nehmen.
Außerdem verstehe ich nicht, warum mit einer Blickrichtung nach vorn geworben wird, die einem sowohl Trageberater/innen als auch Kinderärzte abraten. Ich hab jedenfalls nicht vor, die Trage so zu verwenden.
Um aber das Kind auf dem Rücken zu tragen, was ich zukünftig gern häufiger tun würde, finde ich diese Trage sehr praktisch im Handling.
Die Trage ist alleine/ohne Partner nicht nutzbar! Denn einmal eingestellt und geschlossen, kommt man quasi nicht mehr ohne Hilfe an die Schnallen um die Trage zu öffnen!
Außerdem fehlt es in jedem Fall an einer Verstärkung im „mittleren Rückenbereich“ - das Gewicht des Babys wird nur über die Schultern und einem dünnen Riemen auf Höhe der Schulterblätter verteilt. Rückenschmerzen sind nach wenigen Minuten vorprogrammiert! Wer konstruiert so einen Mist???