“I thought I would love this sling, but really haven't used it much. I find it makes my back and shoulder ache. The ring digs into me. My baby doesn't like it as much as a wrap or soft-structured carrier. It just hasn't been our preferred baby-wearing style, which is too bad because it is SO pretty! ” --MinneapolisMama
“ I have the Bali Breeze in the Hope colorway. It's absolutely beautiful. I love that it's so breathable and airy. It's great for a warm day, or going to my grandmas since she keeps the house pretty warm. I think a Bali Breeze is a great way to venture into the world of woven wraps on a budget. The only things that I don't like about it are that the bigger my son gets, the more I have to be...” --PerfectlyMe
“If you are only going to get one carrier (and don't need/ want to do back carries with an under 9 month old) then buy this carrier! When I was pregnant I bought a boba, was given a moby and the maya wrap. I used the moby for the first few months but occasionally put my baby in the maya. Then I moved on to the boba and bought a mei tai to do back-carries while I...” --Taqah
“This is hands down my favorite wrap! It never gets saggy with a heavy baby, it's perfect for nursing in. I can't say enough good about it!” --Goddess3_2005
“ I LOVE my Maya Wrap! I got it when my son was about 2 months old because the Baby Bjorn I had was beginning to hurt upper back and shoulders. We still use the Maya currently, and my son is 18 months old and about 30 pounds. I love the variety of positions that this sling offers...we have used them all! Now we use the hip carry exclusively, and both my son and I love his being so...” --Elismommy
The WrapDuO by Wrapsody is one of a kind. Though it was designed for water use, it is similar in support and comfort to other stretch wraps on the market. We have never seen anything else like this wonderful, fast-drying fabric, as comfortable and light as your favorite swimsuit. From fabric to labeling, this product is made in New England, USA.