What is the thickness of the Boba Baby Wrap? Will it be too hot to wear in the summer? How does it compare to other wraps, both stretchy and woven regarding the heat?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

The Boba Baby Wrap is a higher quality fabric that is denser than the other cotton stretchy wraps on the market (i.e. the Moby or the CuddlyWrap). With the greater density comes the benefits of durability, extra support, and security. On the other hand, there is the factor of added warmth. It is 95% cotton […]

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My baby seems to be sinking down when I am walking – Am I tying it right, or do I just need to tie it tighter?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

Remember when tying the Boba Baby Wrap it is not necessary to leave any extra room in order for your baby to fit inside. The wrap should be tied tight. There should be no bulges or wrinkles and there should be no part of the wrap that is loose or hanging from your body. If […]

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Why does the Boba Baby Wrap cost only $38? Is the material of a lesser quality than other wraps?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

You can rest assured that the material we use to make Boba Baby Wrap is in most cases double the cost of comparable baby wrap knit fabrics on the market. We at Boba Baby Wrap strongly believe that ALL women, regardless of their financial situation, should be able to wear their baby in a baby […]

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What is the difference between Classic and Organic?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

The main difference between the Classic and Organic collections for both the wrap and the carrier is the cotton in the fabric. The cotton used in all of our Organic products is 100% Organic Cotton. The Organic Boba Wrap still contains the 5% spandex as the Classic Boba Wrap does, however the 95% Cotton is […]

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What is the weight limit/age recommendation for the Boba Wrap and for the Boba Carrier?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

There are technically no weight restrictions for the Boba Wrap. It has been tested at 45 pounds and showed no signs of stress or overuse. It is ideal for the first year of life, but you may use it as long as you and your baby are comfortable. The Boba Carrier is made for babies […]

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What positions can I use for your wrap and carrier?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

We only recommend positions that are 100% ergonomic for both parent and child. The Boba Wrap is only recommended for use with the front carry (not forward facing) position. The Boba Carrier is recommended for both the front carry (not forward facing) position and the back carry position. The forward facing carry in any baby […]

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What are the sizes of both the Boba Wrap and the Boba Carrier?

by Lesleyon September 22,2011 in

Both the Boba Wrap and the Boba Carrier are designed to fit most adults. The Boba Carrier has a waist belt that is 25 inches long and extends up to 58 inches. The shoulder straps are 20 inches and extend up to 40 inches long. The Boba Wrap is 5.5 yards long and is 19 […]

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