Soft Structured Carriers
“ I started using the Boba about a month ago when my son was 14 months old. It has been a wonderful carrier for us! I had been using a Beco Gemini, which I loved, with him since he was a newborn, but I have to admit that I haven't touched it since the Boba arrived. The Boba 3G just has such a great fit for a toddler. He is well supported, and I can tell that there is room to grow. I...” --TalkToMeNow
“ 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
“ I don't see this one mentioned a lot on the boards. I received it from a friend and it is hands-down my favorite carrier. I have had ring slings, wraps, etc. but this one is definitely my go-to. I have a large 5 month old (almost 20 lbs.) and it's the only carrier that doesn't leave my shoulders sore at the end of the day. I've used it as a front carry only so far, but it also has an option...” --Kuba'sMama
The Boba Baby Wrap is the perfect wrap style carrier - with its unique fabric blend and the no-guesswork tying, the Boba Wrap is a great choice for beginners and advanced babywearers alike. The simple design, free of buckles, straps or buttons makes it perfectly comfortable for both you and your baby. By evenly distributing the weight of your child, there is no time limit to how long your baby...
The Boba Air is simple to use, ultra lightweight, and ergonomic. The Boba Air is perfect for traveling or any parent on the go. The BobaAir is uniquely designed to "hug" your child. When you're don using it just fold, zip, and stash. The BobaAir is a Soft Structured Carrier that is intended for children between 15-45 lbs. The BobaAir only weighs 0.7 lbs and folds up into itself...