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ERGOBaby 360 Baby Carrier Pure Black. Their world in all directions. For the first time ever, Ergobaby gives parents the option of 4 comfortable and ergonomic ways to wear baby: Front-Inward, Front-Outward, Hip and Back carry positions. 

The new, supportive wide waistband and padded shoulder straps provide comfort and evenly distribute baby’s weight, providing maximum comfort for parents. With the unique, structured bucket seat, baby will always be in an ergonomic frog-leg, seated position with her spine in an optimal “C” position, providing maximum comfort and ergonomics for your baby.

Front-Inward Carry:
Age: 0-24 months
0-4 months (7-12lb / 3.2-5.5kgs): Must use Infant Insert (sold separately)
4-24 months (12lbs–26.9lbs / 5.5kgs–x12.2kgs): Without Infant Insert - Use once baby can sit knee to knee in a frog-leg position in Carrier

Ways to Use: Everyday use

Benefits:
Baby close and kissable
Can nurse easily
Baby faces in to avoid overstimulation
Hood can hold a sleeping baby's head and provide shelter from sun and wind
Baby's weight leans towards your center of gravity making her feel lighter

Watch-outs:
As baby gets heavier, front carry can strain the back
Curious babies sometimes prefer a front seat view of the world (facing out). You know your baby best


Front-Outward Carry:
Age: 5-12 months or  14-22lbs / 6.4-10kgs

Ways to Use:
Best for babies who are ready to face the world
Recommended for limited durations (10-15min) of carrying time

Benefits:
Baby has a front seat view of the world and can satisfy their curiosity
Co-viewing situations (ex. zoos, aquariums, short walks) where parent and baby can engage together

Watch-outs:
Baby must face you until he or she can hold their head upright
If your baby appears to be sleepy or overstimulated, turn them around immediately to an inward-facing position
Baby's weight pulls away from you which can make it feel heavier, so we recommend varying carrying positions as much as possible

Tip: Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby


Hip Carry:
Age: 6-24 months or 17.2lbs–26.9lbs / 7.8kgs–12.2kgs

Ways to Use: Best for around the house.

Benefits:
A great hands-free way to carry your baby
Good for when your toddler wants to be picked up
You have more space on one side for doing household chores or reaching

Watch-outs:
Baby's weight is completely on one side of your body, so we recommend varying hips and carry positions as much as possible
Takes a bit of practice to master this position


Back Carry
Age: 6-36 months or 17.2lbs–33lbs / 7.8kgs–15kgs

Ways to Use: Best for longer treks, hiking, or extended wearing

Benefits:
Baby's weight leans in making him/her feel much lighter than using other positions
Baby has great visibility of the environment around him or her
Baby can turn in towards parent to avoid an overstimulating situation
Great carry position for an older baby or toddler

Watch-outs:
Takes a bit a practice to master this position
Never carry baby outward facing on your back

Tip: Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby

ERGOBaby 360 Baby Carrier Pure Black. Their world in all directions. For the first time ever, Ergobaby gives parents the option of 4 comfortable and ergonomic ways to wear baby: Front-Inward, Front-Outward, Hip and Back carry positions. 

The new, supportive wide waistband and padded shoulder straps provide comfort and evenly distribute baby’s weight, providing maximum comfort for parents. With the unique, structured bucket seat, baby will always be in an ergonomic frog-leg, seated position with her spine in an optimal “C” position, providing maximum comfort and ergonomics for your baby.

Front-Inward Carry:
Age: 0-24 months
0-4 months (7-12lb / 3.2-5.5kgs): Must use Infant Insert (sold separately)
4-24 months (12lbs–26.9lbs / 5.5kgs–x12.2kgs): Without Infant Insert - Use once baby can sit knee to knee in a frog-leg position in Carrier

Ways to Use: Everyday use

Benefits:
Baby close and kissable
Can nurse easily
Baby faces in to avoid overstimulation
Hood can hold a sleeping baby's head and provide shelter from sun and wind
Baby's weight leans towards your center of gravity making her feel lighter

Watch-outs:
As baby gets heavier, front carry can strain the back
Curious babies sometimes prefer a front seat view of the world (facing out). You know your baby best


Front-Outward Carry:
Age: 5-12 months or  14-22lbs / 6.4-10kgs

Ways to Use:
Best for babies who are ready to face the world
Recommended for limited durations (10-15min) of carrying time

Benefits:
Baby has a front seat view of the world and can satisfy their curiosity
Co-viewing situations (ex. zoos, aquariums, short walks) where parent and baby can engage together

Watch-outs:
Baby must face you until he or she can hold their head upright
If your baby appears to be sleepy or overstimulated, turn them around immediately to an inward-facing position
Baby's weight pulls away from you which can make it feel heavier, so we recommend varying carrying positions as much as possible

Tip: Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby


Hip Carry:
Age: 6-24 months or 17.2lbs–26.9lbs / 7.8kgs–12.2kgs

Ways to Use: Best for around the house.

Benefits:
A great hands-free way to carry your baby
Good for when your toddler wants to be picked up
You have more space on one side for doing household chores or reaching

Watch-outs:
Baby's weight is completely on one side of your body, so we recommend varying hips and carry positions as much as possible
Takes a bit of practice to master this position


Back Carry
Age: 6-36 months or 17.2lbs–33lbs / 7.8kgs–15kgs

Ways to Use: Best for longer treks, hiking, or extended wearing

Benefits:
Baby's weight leans in making him/her feel much lighter than using other positions
Baby has great visibility of the environment around him or her
Baby can turn in towards parent to avoid an overstimulating situation
Great carry position for an older baby or toddler

Watch-outs:
Takes a bit a practice to master this position
Never carry baby outward facing on your back

Tip: Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby

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