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Soft Structured Carriers

Catbird Baby Pikkolo Carrier

Catbird Baby Pikkolo Carrier

“I bought the Pikkolo to have an option for a buckle carrier where my little one could have his legs out rather than in. The Pikkolo has an adjustable base which allows both small babies to be legs out and also any baby to face forward while still sitting ergonomically. I tried it out, immediately, with my 3yo son, and was amazed at how comfy it was, even with him. The baby was far more...” --HeatherB

100% Positive Reviews
Mama by Design Calyx Soft Structured Carrier

Mama by Design Calyx Soft Structured Carrier

“ I don't have enough good things to say about this carrier, and I'm very sad that they're not being sold right now. My first experience with it was wearing a tester for hours at a conference with a heavy child on my back. Almost every other carrier I owned was causing shoulder pain, but the sculpted, shaped shoulder straps made shoulder pain nonexistent with this. Not only that, I'm a...” --jenrose

100% Positive Reviews
BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Original

BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Original

“ 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

100% Positive Reviews
Baby Bjorn Active Carrier

Baby Bjorn Active Carrier

“ Awful straps around the back, very uncomfortable. Dangling crotch area is obviously uncomfortable for baby as well. I hate it! ” --Ps Mamae

67% Positive Reviews
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