Material - 100% Cotton
Weave type - Jacquard weave
Weight: 280 gsm
Different rail colors? No
Pattern reversed? No
Length - 1.8m
Carrier Difficulty - Beginner
Carry types - Front carry, hip carry, back carry (advanced)
Maximum rated weight - 33lbs
Child clothing size - Newborn to 4T
Minimum carrier requirements: Suitable from birth
Print Name - Symphony - Cream and Brown
Print Description - Rich hues speak for themselves in this musically themed print. Clefs and notations are woven in brown through a cream weft. The reverse is equally stunning. Simple, yet refined. Symphony is a popular pattern, with 20+ color variants to date, and it's easy to see why. Truly a woven work of art.
Different rail colors means: The long sides of the wrap vary in order to facilitate orientation for wrapping . They differ either in the color or in the pattern. This makes it easy to distinguish the upper edge from the lower edge and facilitates tightening the individual fabric bands.
Pattern Reversed means: Rings can be worn on either shoulder and the print will not be "upside down". LennyLamb ring slings are made for the left shoulder as a standard.
Product Description - Ring Slings are a quick, easy to use and lightweight babywearing option. Less intimidating to some, its biggest advantage is that you do not have to "wrap" it. Simply pull the fabric correctly through the rings, put the baby in and tighten (follow instructions provided). Ring slings can be used from newborn through toddler stages. An active toddler who wants up-down-up-down may be easier to wrap in a ring sling versus other carriers!
Start with your newborn baby in a cradle carry, and as soon as your baby can hold their head up you can also use the upright position. The weight limit is 33lbs / 15kg.
The LennyLamb RingSling has been acknowledged as a "hip healthy" product by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
Model's height in the photo: 178 cm
Model's size in the photo: L
Baby's age in the photo: 11 months
Baby's clothes size in the photo: 80
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