Pattern and Colorway: Carry On, Baby
Fiber: 100% cotton
Release date: July 2017
Size tested: 4.7 meters (size 6), 66 cm wide
Stats of (willing) wrappee at time of test: 22 months, ~24 pounds, ~33 inches
Thickness (thin to thick): medium thick
Softness (soft to scratch): medium soft
Density (airy to tight): medium, slight airy
Texture (raised or flat, coarse to smooth): medium, from the pattern
Soap (dry to soapy): leans to dry on the dark side, leans to soapy on the light side
Glide/Grip (glide to stick): medium grip, medium low glide
Support (light to heavy): newborn to toddler, single pass
Stretch (none to lots): medium low
Cush (none to marshmallow): medium
Flop (none to silky): medium high
Care (easy to difficult): easy
DBG is now synonymous with well-textured patterns in my mind. Their patterns really pop, and not just visually but from a tactile perspective too. This raised texture provides a nice contrast to the glide of the wrap, giving it the grip to hold passes in place.
Weather advice aside, the wrap wasn't bulky heavy or a trouble to maneuver in place at all. Not too thick to get a good seat, tighten well, make a chest pass, etc. It was still floppy and moldable with just a little less stretch than Spellbound. Easy to use, easy to care for, easy on the eyes. Freakin' worth it.
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Thank you to DBG Baby for sending this carrier for review! This post is not sponsored by any company or group.