ERGObaby Four Position 360 Baby Carrier
Their World in All Directions
Why the Four Position 360 Baby Carrier?
FOUR ERGONOMIC POSITIONS
For the first time, Ergobaby gives parents the option of four comfortable and ergonomic ways to wear baby: Front-Inward, Front-Outward, Hip and Back carry positions.
MAXIMUM COMFORT FOR PARENT
Our new, supportive wide waistband and padded shoulder straps provide comfort and evenly distribute baby's weight.
COMFORT & PROPER ERGNOMICS FOR BABY
With our unique, structured bucket seat, baby will always be in an ergonomic frog-leg, seated position with her spine in an optimal "C" position.
With the Ergobaby Four Position 360 Baby Carrier, you now have four comfortably safe, ergonomic positions to nurture her developmental growth with your loving support and attention.
Made of 100% cotton and machine washable.
- STRUCTURED BUCKET SEAT - Keeps baby ergonomically seated in all 4 positions, with knees even to or above hips, with baby's spine in curved "C" position. Button adjustments let parents adapt the seat width to the baby's size & position.
- EXTRA WIDE VELCRO WAISTBAND - Exceptionally comfortable waistband can be worn high or low on the waist depending on preference and provides extra support for the low back.
- EXTENDABLE BACK PANEL - Can be rolled down for front-outward, or upwards for the inward facing positions to provide extra head, neck and back support for baby.
- PADDED SHOULDER STRAPS - Helps evenly distribute baby's weight in combination with the wide waistband to maximize parent comfort.
- SLEEPING HOOD - Provides support for baby's head while sleeping, protection from sun and added privacy while nursing. A parent favorite features.
Age: 0-24 months
- 0-4 months (7-12lb / 3.2-5.5kgs): Must use Infant Insert (sold separately)
- 4-24 months (12lbs–26.9lbs / 5.5kgs–12.2kgs): Without Infant Insert - Use once baby can sit knee to knee in a frog-leg position in Carrier
Ways to Use:
- Everyday use
- Baby close and kissable
- Can nurse easily
- Baby faces in to avoid overstimulation
- Hood can hold a sleeping baby's head and provide shelter from sun and wind
- Baby's weight leans towards your center of gravity making her feel lighter
- As baby gets heavier, front carry can strain the back
- Curious babies sometimes prefer a front seat view of the world (facing out). You know your baby best