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Maya Wrap Maya Tie


$85.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Gives the baby a sense of security that she's somewhere instinctively safe. Can discretely nurse in public. Doesn't overheat the baby, stays breathable and comfortable.

The Cons:Takes a little practice to get the hang of it.

The Maya Wrap Maya Tie is an upper model baby carrier offered by Maya Wrap.  This is a sling-style carrier that is based on the Asian style Mei Tai baby carrier.  The excellent weight distribution and wide shoulder straps make this very comfortable for extended periods of time.

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Product Shot 2 It is designed to be used as a front carrier for smaller babies, and as a back carrier for larger children up to 40 pounds.  It can be easily packed into a diaper bag or backback, and the has a convenient built in pocket for keys, diaper, cell phone, etc. The Maya Tie is available in a wide variety of hand-loomed machine wash/line dry fabrics and comes in two sizes.

Features

  • Made of beautiful hand-loomed, breathable cotton
  • Distributes weight evenly across booth shoulder and around your waist.
  • Wear babies in front and older children on your back
  • Easily adjustable
  • Fits easily into a large diaper bag or backpack Built in pocket for keys, diaper, cell phone etc.
  • Machine wash, line dry
  • Recommended for children up to 40 pounds
  • Size medium: Waist smaller than 32"
  • Size Large: Waist larger than 32"

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Pros
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    gives the baby a sense of security that she's somewhere instinctively safe

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    can discretely nurse in public

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    doesn't overheat the baby, stays breathable and comfortable

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    holds the baby securely, keeps you maneuverable

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    supports both shoulders, keeps you even

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    enough storage to keep a few wipes and other essentials

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    can be reversed when the baby becomes a toddler so you can carry her "backpack style"

Cons
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    takes a little practice to get the hang of it

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