Introducing our baby wrap
Let's talk about these fibers. Tencel is a versatile fabric that can be combined with a wide range of materials to create the perfect balance to get the qualities we want. Tencel is strong and absorbs moisture while maintaining its softness. Cotton, of course, is a favorite fabric in carriers, and it's soft, durable, lightweight, and also absorbs moisture. When blending these fibers, we get a baby wrap with the stretch, softness, and perfect amount of support.
Choosing the carrier for you
Now, why would you want our baby wrap over our ring sling? Ring slings are ideal for carrying your newborn up until they're a toddler, and it's fast, easy, and can provide support without extra layers. Many caregivers like the multilayer support of a baby wrap, especially with newborns who need that additional head support. Keeping the baby snug between the wrap and themselves gives a sense of security that baby will not move around too much. It's easy to slip baby in and out of your wrap once you initially tie it on. Great for running errands, getting your big kids to school, or going for a walk. While both carriers have the same weight limit, the wrap really shines for newborns and babies before they get to 25 lbs.
So while we weren't obsessed with stretchy wraps when we first started our company, going through the process of designing these has made us fall in love with this type of carrier. Add in the hope&plum quality you've come to know, and it's a win. We know you'll be convinced too.