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Maya Wrap Lightly Padded Sling


$66.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Built in pocket with zipper. Machine washable. Variety of wearable configurations.

The Cons:Expensive for what it is. Can be uncomfortable after any period of use. Learning curve.

The Maya Wrap Lightly Padded Sling is a baby carrier that falls in the middle of those offered by Maya Wrap.  As the name suggests, this is a wrap-style baby carrier that has slight padding on the shoulder section of the sling.

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Product Shot 2  This padding provides a more comfortable wear, and the rails are still unpadded allowing easy adjusting of the sling.  The sling design allows the child to be carried in a variety of positions, while keeping them close to the carrier.  Suitable for newborns, it can also handle children up to 35 pounds, and the build in pocket is usefull for storing small items. The Lightly Padded Sling is available in a wide variety of hand-loomed machine washable fabrics, and is available in 4 sizes; from Small to X Large.

Features

  • Wear newborns through toddlers in a variety of positions
  • Made of beautiful hand-loomed, breathable fabrics
  • Built in pocket for keys, diaper, cell phone etc.
  • Unpadded, open tail that allows for perfect adjustability and is convenient as a nursing cover
  • Fits easily into a diaper bag or purse
  • Machine washable
  • Recommended for children up to 35 pounds
  • Instructional DVD included

Sizes

  • Small: Below 5'2"
  • Medium: 5'2" - 5'9"
  • Large: Above 5'9"
  • X Large: Large frame

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    built in pocket with zipper

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    machine washable

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    variety of wearable configurations

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    many colours and patterns including undyed

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    comes with instructional DVD

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    discrete for breast feeding

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    expensive for what it is

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    can be uncomfortable after any period of use

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    learning curve

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