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The Hug-a-Bub® Pocket Baby wrap carrier combines ancient wisdom and contemporary choices. The Hug-a-Bub® pocket baby wrap carrier allows you to include your baby in daily life and develop closeness with your baby as the wrap is comforting to your bub as they are held in a womb like embrace. The Hug-a-Bub® baby wrap carrier provides security and superb ergonomic support for you and bub as it is supported with an extra front pocket which supports even the heaviest bub and the fabric is velvety soft and stretchy.
Material – 100% organic interlocked stretch cotton (Global Organic Textile Standard Certification)
Age/Weight –3.5kg Newborn to 14 kg toddler
Size - One size fits most, suitable for all carers male & female
Note: If you are a little extra huggable size 18 or over we have Hug-a-Bub® Extra Huggable size available in Byron Blue.
Pioneering design ensures peerless support for baby’s neck and spine
Perfect load distribution for parents
Holds baby securely in a womb like embrace
Non rigid structure moulds perfectly to baby and your shape
Wide straps over both shoulders
Wide hip strap supports the weight
Recommended by numerous professions including midwives, obstetricians, physiotherapists, and osteopaths
Allows you to have hands completely free
Heavenly soft feeling material
Fold away for easy storage and travel
Hug-a-Bub® observes fair practice and trade conditions
Designed in Byron Bay Australia, Made in India
Please Note: It is very important to follow the Manufacturer's instructions when using a Baby Wrap and also follow the T.I.C.K.S Rules for Safe Babywearing. There are also some instructional videos in the 'Video Tab' above.
“In my opinion the Hug-a-Bub® wrap carrier is by far the best design, the straps are wide and pass over both shoulders, distributing the weight evenly across the whole back and preventing any one area of the spine from being placed under more strain than another. The Hug-a-Bub® Wrap carrier also has a wide hip strap, which is really important, as it means that the pelvis – rather than the spine – takes the weight” Coby Langford, Paediatrician Osteopath
How to wear your Hug-a-Bub wrap carrier?
Learning to use a Hug-a-bub® compared to using a sling is not unlike learning to tie laced-shoes for the first time. There is a simple tying method that, once learned, will ensure you get optimum comfort and support from the Hug-a-bub®. It may require a little patience during the first 1 or 2 practices, but once you are use to it, it will become second nature. Please watch the Product Videos Tab for instructional You Tube links for tying techniques and wearing positions.