Kol Kol Onbuhimo Carrier Mittai
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Kol Kol Onbuhimo Carrier Mittai

Price: A$78.00
  • Item #: 012516
  • Manufacturer: Kol Kol
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KOL KOL ONBUHIMO CARRIER Mittai

 ONBUHIMO FEATURES

Kol Kol Onbuhimo comes with soft, comfortable shoulder straps that work similarly to those of a backpack. Designed for quick back carries, this carrier can be used when your toddler is at least 71cm tall, approximately 1 year old.

  1. 100% Lightweight Handwoven Cotton: Breathable fabric that supports baby and ensures comfortable wearing even on the hottest of days (220 gsm).‚Äč
  2. Ergonomic Position: Back carry lets you hold your child in the most natural way by supporting their entire bottom for safe development of the baby’s body.
  3. Design: Features padded straps and Perfect Fit Adjusters that help you get the best fit for you and your toddler. 
  4. Hood: Supports the head while the child is asleep, provides privacy when nursing and shields baby from the sun. 
  5. Leg Padding: Ensures maximum comfort for the child by making sure the edges of the seat don’t chafe the child's thigh. 
  6. Weight range: 10 to 25 kgs 
  7. Age: 12+ months.
  8. Miniumum height requirement : 71cm
  9. Body panel: 22" height by 18" width (approximately 56cm height x 46cm width)

Our Onbuhimo is tested and complies with ASTM F2236 and CPSIA (16 CFR 1226) standards.Handwoven fabric comes with a lot of character - loose threads, uneveness and snags. This is absolutely normal, and doesn't affect the safety of the product in any manner. They aren't flaws as much as much as stamps of their handwoven character.Slight difference in colour from the product image is possible. We try our best to take photos in natural light without any studio equipment. Unfortunately, a camera or a monitor cannot match the perspective of an eye. Please keep this mind when you shop.

Onbuhimo carriers originated in Japan and hold significance in the culture and community of Japanese families, as part of the traditional practices of baby and child nurturing.

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