What size should I choose?
When choosing a wrap or a carrier, every parent wonders what size to choose. While on our website we always contain numbers / sizes, it turns out that they cause a lot of confusion. Below, a small pull-down of the sizes and how to interpret them when shopping online.
However, we always recommend to try it on wraps or carriers, fit and try more than one option first. This is especially important when choosing wrap or carrier for the first time.
For this purpose, it is worth making an appointment with an advisor or visiting a store with wraps and baby carriers.
There are 2 basic things to choose the right wrap:
● the size of the wearer's clothes
● the binding we will use
You can find such a table of suggestions on our website when choosing each wrap.
How to interpret these sizes?
4, i.e. 3.6 meters - a wrap for a person with a size of 36-42; perfect for kangaroo, simple backpack and bindings on the hip
5, i.e. 4.2 meters - a wrap for a slim person, under 36; you will be able to make all the bindings from it (including a pocket, double hammock and 2x)
6, i.e. 4.6 meters - a wrap for a person with a standard body size 36-42; you will be able to make all the bindings from it (including a pocket, double hammock and 2x)
7, i.e. 5.2 meters - a wrap for a person wearing a size larger than 42/44; you will be able to make all the bindings from it (including a pocket, double hammock and 2x)
The sizes of ring slings are given in the S, M, L system.
We should choose the size of the ring sling based on our size, but it is assumed that the most popular and comfortable RS sling is the one in size M - that is 2 meters.
It is perfect for mums with a slim figure (where the remaining hanging tail can be easily wrapped around the circle) and mums with a larger size.
EverySlings carriers come in one size in a given model.