“ I bought this to go with my Ergo Sport carrier. When I am out and about I hate carrying a purse when wearing my Ergo just because I need a place to stash my keys wallet and cell phone. This works perfectly. It fits my large wallet some hand sanitizer, lip gloss, cell phone, keys and some cash. I never have to carry a purse when I wear my little one! It fits nicely on the...” --Blessed1
“ Originally I had registered for a standard purse style diaper bag at Babies R us. A friend told me how much she loves diaper back packs because they are so much easier to haul around and hook to the stroller. They also look much more gender neutral and husband friendly. I know my husband would rather where a backpack than carry a giant purse! I got my ERGO backpack in the "camel" color. I...” --mama jojo
“ My husband and I are anti-"baby bucket." Everyone these days seems to carry their baby around in a plastic bucket with a handle, holding her at shin height and putting her on the floor for convenience. When I got pregnant, we swore we would never be "bucket people." We didn't know it at the time, but we were destined to become Ergo people instead. Need to get your...” --JulieInChicago
“I used the Ergo with my first until he was nearly three. He preferred to be on my front most of the time, right up till the end. We used it for grocery stores, walks, travel (so great for airports!) and some epic hikes. I am now using it for my second baby, age 3 months. She was too big for the newborn insert (birth weight 11 lbs, 4 oz and the insert goes to 12 lbs!), so I had...” --MinneapolisMama
“ Awful straps around the back, very uncomfortable. Dangling crotch area is obviously uncomfortable for baby as well. I hate it! ” --Ps Mamae
“ We use this carrier all the time. We love to hike and walk all over town with this carrier. One thing that I really like is that the ERGO sport carrier keeps me cool on the outings which is no small feat carrying a little love oven everywhere. Definately worth the price if you want a carrier that can take long hikes. Sometimes it seems like the straps slip on long hikes and...” --psmama
“ This is the carrier I used for small infants. It is the easiest to get them into and out of. I own two of the same ones, one for in the house and one for the car. Also good for babies who like to face outwards. Once the babies get bigger, though, the straps dig into your shoulders. It is great for easy, short trips like the grocery. ” --nicolerenee515
Introducing the new Heart 2 Heart infant insert from Ergo Baby Carrier! This innovative new design holds your newborn snug and keeps the baby's legs and hips in the proper flexed position as well as supporting the baby's head and neck in this critical stage of development. Newborns and little babies are held in an ergonomic, upright position that supports the natural curvature of the...
For use with the ERGO baby carrier, this replacement can be switched out with broken or worn straps.
This accessory extends the waist circumference by 8", taking the ERGO Baby Carrier's waist circumference from 43" to 51". It is not recommend to use more than one waist extender. Note: This extension is not compatible with the Ergo Baby Performance Carrier.