Description and FeaturesJust fold, zip and stash. That’s the promise of our high-flying, far-roving, light-as-a-feather, there-when-you-need-it Boba Air. With this perfectly portable travel baby carrier, there’s practically nowhere you can’t go. Just toss it in your diaper bag, carry-on or glove compartment and you have instant access to a simple, supportive child carrier that unfolds or self-stores in seconds. A journey for two doesn’t get much easier than that.
1Weight Range: 7-35lbs
4Durable and Strong
5Simple No-guess Tying
6Allows you to Breastfeed Easily
Weight Range: 7-35lbs
The Boba Baby Wrap is ideal for newborns up to 35lbs. There really is no minimum weight requirement for the wrap as long as you follow all proper baby wearing safety precautions for newborns.
With the Boba Wrap, your child is secure and safe inside that wrap that it allows you to have both hands free. You can continue to go about your daily life with your newborn right there with you.
The seat where your baby will sit in the wrap tailors to your baby's growing body. The wrap can always adjust to extend all the way to back to the back of your baby's knee give your baby a bigger seat and complete leg, back and hip support. The wrap will also adjust perfectly to your body's contours.
Durable and Strong
Our fabric selection is unique. We use a high quality knit, woven with a touch of spandex for durability, clinging support, and shape retention. Unlike other wraps, our fabric does not sag with use (how to prevent a sagging baby). You can wear the wrap all day long - taking your little one in and out - and the fabric will maintain its shape.
Simple No Guess Tying
Tying the Boba Wrap is different than other wraps. Because of the 5% spandex, you do not need to leave any extra room for your baby when you are putting it on. It should be snug against your body, but not constricting. The fabric will form around your child nicely once they are in the wrap.
Allows you to Breastfeed Easily
The stretchy fabric allows you to easily breastfeed without having to take your child out of the Boba Wrap.