Soft Structured Carriers
“ I bought my angel pack about 4 years ago. The price tag may sound a bit steep but for a product that continue to use and reuse I think it has more then paid for itself. With my first child we purchased a popular brand and model and after about 3-6months we gave it away and only used it maybe 2-3 times. It was bulky, complicated and uncomfortable. The angel pack was a...” --eclipsegrafx
“ 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
“ Awful straps around the back, very uncomfortable. Dangling crotch area is obviously uncomfortable for baby as well. I hate it! ” --Ps Mamae
Whether you're out with your child wandering the urban jungle or hiking with them in the hills, the Outback offers a more performance-oriented approach to the soft-structured carrier. A durable, water-resistant, rip-stop nylon exterior and air-mesh lining makes it perfect for hot weather or hiking the trails. Parent and child will stay cooler with the air-mesh lining, which wicks away...
Cruising through your day with your child in a versatile, soft cotton baby carrier is what it's all about. Whether it's a visit to the park, a long walk on the beach, or a quick stop at the farmer's market, it's designed to carry your child on your front or back. The Cruiser has an integrated seat that fits on most chairs, so you can enjoy meals together without having to...