Girasol WrapMySol Paradise
The Girasol WrapMysol is a meh-dai style carrier, made using Girasol woven wrap fabrics. It differs from the MySol in that it has woven wrap shoulder straps, rather than padded straps.
The WrapMysol Carrier is completely soft - 100% pure cotton with no buckles, poppers or fasteners, so it's super-soft against babies body and super-comfortable for you.
With the addition the Mysol Buckle Belt, the WrapMysol becomes a Half Buckle Carrier.
The WrapMySol is made from two layers of woven wrap fabric, which nestles like a second skin around your baby, providing optimal support.
The WrapMysol is suitable for your newborn and as they grow and grow; the body of the carrier is easily adjustable - it narrows in the width for younger babies. This is very important to promote a soft, supported position, respectful of a young baby’s physiology.
Girasol WrapMysol Paradise - The Details
Suitable from newborn to toddler.
Fabric - 100% cotton.
Carry baby on your front and back.
Made from the finely-striped Paradise design, originally by Risaroo.
Wide, flared woven wrap shoulder straps.
Comes with an integrated, adjustable hood.
Padded waist with optional belt buckle.
Matching chest strap for back carrying and a super-cool and practical hip bag.
Hand-woven and sewn by artisanal crafts-people in Guatemala under fair-trade condition.
Care - Machine washable up to 60C, preferably in a pillowcase. Mild detergent, gentle spin, no softener, no dryer.
Turn your WrapMysol into a half buckle carrier using the additional buckle belt.
Dimensions: shoulder straps: Width: 32 cm, Length: 1.95 m to the short side, 2.10 m to the long side (with tapered ends) | Waist belt - about 2.30 m | Middle: Padded part about 0.80 m | Unpadded part - about 0.70 m | Back part - about 35 cm or 44 cm | Height from waist belt - about 60 cm | Bridge at least 15 cm - 50 cm max. | Headrest - max. 23 cm
GIRASOL is widely known for handwoven baby wraps. They are manufactured exclusively for them by a specifically developed and dedicated group of dyers, weavers and tailors in Guatemala.
The story began when, at the end of 1980, Camilla and Gerhard took off for a journey to explore the South-American continent from Mexico to Peru.
They never made it to Peru however, since the breathtaking beauty of the Guatemalan highlands, the fascination of the Caribbean coast and the curiosity for post-revolutionary Nicaragua completely blew both their budget and time frame.
Their local partners are artisans, small workshops, cooperatives and independent weavers and tailors. The principles of fair trade and sustainability are paramount for all stages of purchase, production and sale.
The end result? Absolutely stunning hand-woven wraps, ring slings, and the fantastic Mysol that we have come to know and love.