Tula Explore Baby Carrier Wander
Tula Explore Wonder in an outdoorsy print. Perfect from newborn!
This carrier brings together the newborn-suitable features of the Tula Free To Grow Carrier, and the world-facing features that many parents desire, in a single, fantastic carrier. The seat area narrows across the width and height for younger babies and adjusts with them as they grow. The Explore can also be used in the world-facing position.
Expert recommended: if you want a carrier to use from birth, with the option of world-facing positioning, then the Tula Explore is a superb option for you.
The new Explore Baby Carrier from Tula - their first carrier that allows you to use it in an ergonomic front facing position. It offers all the features you and baby need: variable width settings for use from newborn to toddler, adjustable head support, and multiple carry positions including forward-facing and back carry.
French Marigold has large blooms and bouquets of flowers filling a soft dove-grey backdrop with a subtle display of colour.
Tula Explore Wander - The Details
Every carry position your baby will need, including facing out.*
Suitable from 7 - 45 lbs (3.2 - 20.4 kg).
Innovative body panel with an easy-to-adjust design to accommodate to fit from newborn - toddler.
Padded, adjustable neck support pillow.
Made from breathable & lightweight cotton that's easy to clean and machine washable.
Padded shoulder straps provide optimal neck & shoulder comfort and offers quick adjustments for multiple wearers.
Wide padded waistband helps evenly distribute weight.
Padded leg openings to keep baby comfortable.
Waistband pocket and removable hood.
Care - machine wash cold with mild detergent. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not dry clean.
* Before beginning to use the Explore Carrier in the facing out position, your baby should have head and neck control and their chin should clear the top of the panel when facing out. We also suggests a weight range for the facing out position of 13-22lb for shorter intervals of time for optimal comfort. Watch baby for signs of sleepiness or over-stimulation. Baby should not sleep in the front carry facing out position.