Lite Compact Travel Baby Carrier
Tula Lite Travel Baby Carrier
When our little ones are starting to walk, they go through a stage of life in which they want to walk by themselves one moment and be carried the next. To cater to this need of ups and downs, Tula created a lightweight baby carrier that folds into its own hip pouch – our Tula Lite Baby Carrier – a fully ergonomic baby carrier and hip pouch in one. The ideal baby carrier for all your adventures near and far.
Tula Lite Features:
- Ergonomic inward-facing front and back-carry positions
- Lightweight and quick drying ripstop material
- Packs neatly into attached waistband pouch
- An additional Pouch for your essentials
- A detachable hood in an coordinated design
Efficiency meets stylish prints
When on the go, it sometimes has to be quick. Tula’s Travel Baby Carrier is easily transitioned into a baby carrier but also folded away into its waistbelt very quickly. It can be brought along on your little family adventures. You don’t have to carry a big baby carrier – but are still having a fully-functioning ergonomic baby carrier with you. This is especially handy when you are travelling by plane and want to bring a compact and lightweight baby carrier along.
Our Tula Lite Travel Baby Carrier is available multiple designs with more to come. It is crafted from a woven, quick-drying and durable nylon fabric, called Ripstop that is often used for athletic and outdoor clothing, which makes it perfect as a Baby Carrier used in summer.
Multiple carrying positions
Tula’s Travel Baby Carrier is designed for children from 5,4 kg - 13,6 kg, which is around the age of 2 - 24 months. It can be used in two different ergonomic positions, such as:
- Front inward-facing position
- Back carry position
The Tula Lite Travel Baby Carrier works for families that are looking for a lightweight second carrier or a carrier that can quickly be put away or used. Tula’s Travel Baby Carrier is designed to support a M-shaped position and is certified hip-healthy by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.