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Top 10 Best Baby Carriers and Wraps in 2021 (Moby, Boba, and More)

Babies are still defenseless and need a lot of care and attention, but parents have chores to do, places to be, people to meet, and lives to live, too. But just carrying a baby everywhere is tough, since they tend to be a lot heavier than they look! A good carrier or wrap is vital.

But every carrier is different because every baby is different. However, there are a few things every parent can take into consideration when choosing a carrier, which will help you tailor your choice to the needs of you and your baby. We'll go over them while also providing you with 10 of our favorites, including Boba's Baby Carrier, which was our number one choice.

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Betty
Dr. S. Amna Husain
  • Last updated: 03-12-2021
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Top 10 Best Baby Carriers and Wraps

Here are what we found to be the best carriers, wraps, and slings available online now. Some are very comfortable, some are very secure, and some are very convenient. Figure out what your priorities are before choosing.

1

Boba4GS Classic Baby Carrier

Classic 4GS - Dusk

$99.00

MaterialCotton
Colors8
Weight capacity7 to 45 lbs.
ExtrasMachine washable, free extenders for waist and chest, iPhone pocket, hood pocket, purse strap holder
2

Ergobaby360 All Carry Positions Baby Carrier

$150.46

MaterialCotton
Colors10
Weight capacity7 to 45 lbs.
ExtrasStorage pouch, machine washable, UPF50+ tuck away hood, padded lumbar support
3

Baby K’tanOriginal Baby Wrap Carrier

Black, large

$49.95

MaterialCotton
Colors14
Weight capacity8 to 35 lbs. (more sizes available)
ExtrasDouble loop design
4

Hip Baby WrapRing Sling Baby Carrier

$49.95

MaterialCotton
Colors10
Weight capacity8 to 35 lbs.
ExtrasFair trade, handwoven, eco-friendly, non-toxic
5

BobaBaby Wrap Carrier

$39.95

MaterialSpandex, cotton
Colors12
Weight capacity7 to 35 lbs.
ExtrasMachine washable
6

Beco Baby CarrierGemini Baby Carrier

$88.82

MaterialMesh, moisture-wicking fabric
Colors5
Weight capacity7 to 35 lbs.
ExtrasPadded leg holes, shoulder straps with safety catch, pocket on waist belt, breastfeeding release buckle
7
MaterialCotton
Colors20
Weight capacity15 to 45 lbs.
ExtrasMachine washable, removable hood, adjustable design
8

MobyWrap Baby Carrier

$44.99

MaterialCotton
Colors10
Weight capacity8 to 33 lbs.
ExtrasMachine washable, instructional guide included
9

LILLEbabyComplete All Seasons Baby Carrier

$99.00

MaterialMesh, cotton, polyester
Colors7
Weight capacity7 to 45 lbs.
ExtrasStorage pocket, removable sleeping hood, extendable torso, adjustable side panels, machine washable
10

InfantinoSash Mei Tai Carrier

$36.62

MaterialCotton, polyester
Colors-
Weight capacity8 to 36 lbs.
ExtrasDetachable hood, machine washable

Compare the Best Baby Carriers and Wraps

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1
Boba 4GS Classic Baby Carrier 1

Boba

2
Ergobaby 360 All Carry Positions Baby Carrier 1

Ergobaby

3
Baby K’tan Original Baby Wrap Carrier 1

Baby K’tan

4
Hip Baby Wrap Ring Sling Baby Carrier 1

Hip Baby Wrap

5
Boba Baby Wrap Carrier 1

Boba

6
Beco Baby Carrier Gemini Baby Carrier 1

Beco Baby Carrier

7
TULA Ergonomic Baby Carrier 1

TULA

8
Moby Wrap Baby Carrier 1

Moby

9
LILLEbaby Complete All Seasons Baby Carrier 1

LILLEbaby

10
Infantino Sash Mei Tai Carrier 1

Infantino

Name

4GS Classic Baby Carrier

360 All Carry Positions Baby Carrier

Original Baby Wrap Carrier

Ring Sling Baby Carrier

Baby Wrap Carrier

Gemini Baby Carrier

Ergonomic Baby Carrier

Wrap Baby Carrier

Complete All Seasons Baby Carrier

Sash Mei Tai Carrier

Features

Easy to Wear and Adjust and Includes Foot Stirrups for Extra Leg Support

The Most Ergonomic for You and Your Baby

Loops Over You and Takes Just a Few Seconds to Wear

Perfect for Short Trips and Indoor Activities

A Stretchy Wrap that Provides a Lot of Support and Comfort

Best for Hot, Sweaty Summers: Mesh Carrier, No Infant Inserts Necessary

Offers Two Ergonomic Carrying Positions and A Bunch of Stylish Designs

Keep Your Baby Close and Snug

Easy to Control Airflow and to Slip In and Out Of

A Seat for Your Baby and Wide Straps that Will Conform to Any Body Type

Price$99.00$150.46$49.95$49.95$39.95$88.82$79.15$44.99$99.00$36.62
MaterialCottonCottonCottonCottonSpandex, cottonMesh, moisture-wicking fabricCottonCottonMesh, cotton, polyesterCotton, polyester
Colors810141012520107-
Weight capacity7 to 45 lbs.7 to 45 lbs.8 to 35 lbs. (more sizes available)8 to 35 lbs.7 to 35 lbs.7 to 35 lbs.15 to 45 lbs.8 to 33 lbs.7 to 45 lbs.8 to 36 lbs.
ExtrasMachine washable, free extenders for waist and chest, iPhone pocket, hood pocket, purse strap holderStorage pouch, machine washable, UPF50+ tuck away hood, padded lumbar supportDouble loop designFair trade, handwoven, eco-friendly, non-toxicMachine washablePadded leg holes, shoulder straps with safety catch, pocket on waist belt, breastfeeding release buckleMachine washable, removable hood, adjustable designMachine washable, instructional guide includedStorage pocket, removable sleeping hood, extendable torso, adjustable side panels, machine washableDetachable hood, machine washable
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How to Choose a Baby Carrier or Wrap – Buying Guide

Babies are unpredictable. When asking about anything related to them, veteran moms or dads are your best bet for decent advice. And that’s why we turned to Betty, a stay-at-home super mom, for advice on baby gear.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

Introducing Our Expert


Betty is a wife and mother of two who spends her time chasing after her toddler and digging herself out of piles of diapers and laundry. She is a blogger at Mombrite, where she writes about her hilarious mishaps and glorious victories as a mom. 


You can laugh with her through the chaos that is parenthood on her blog or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Understand the Differences between a Carrier and a Wrap

There are two main contraptions you can carry your babies in: carriers and wraps or slings. They’re useful for different things.

Great for Long Trips: Baby Carriers Support the Baby and the Parent Carrying the Baby

Great for Long Trips: Baby Carriers Support the Baby and the Parent Carrying the Baby
Baby carriers are sturdy and durable. And you get to hang your baby from you in a variety of fashions. Most have three or five carrying positions (facing you, facing the other way, sideways, like in a cradle, or balanced on your hip or on your back). You can adjust depending on where you are and what you’re doing.

If the carrier comes with a belt, it’ll shift some of the baby’s weight away from your shoulders and onto your hips so you don’t end up sore. This is great for when you’re going to be carrying your baby for a long time or if you have stiff shoulders or back pain. The only drawback, really, is that carriers are big and difficult to stuff into bags.

Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

In general, baby carriers are wonderful for any occasion. It's quick and easy to position babies in the carrier and buckle up—plus, they provide great back support to help with the weight of your baby in the front.


Carriers are also easy to breastfeed in when you are on the go—you just need to drop your baby lower in the carrier and throw up a nursing cover (or go with the two-shirt method) and you can walk around and breastfeed hands-free! 

Slings and Wraps: You Can Slip Them into Bags and Wear Them around the House

Slings and Wraps: You Can Slip Them into Bags and Wear Them around the House

Wraps and slings are made of cloth. You can just fold them up and stick them in your diaper bag. That way, you can switch back and forth between them and your stroller when you’re on long walks. But make sure you know how to put these on correctly because your baby could fall.

Wraps are long pieces of cloth that you ravel around yourself and your baby—you essentially tie your baby to you. They’re secure, but they can also be a pain to put on outside, as they’re long and can drag on the ground.

Slings and Wraps: You Can Slip Them into Bags and Wear Them around the House
Slings are easier to put on; you secure most of them to a ring over your shoulder. However, they don’t have as much padding or support, so you need to learn how to put them on right to ensure your child is safe. But it’ll take some of the pressure off you during sudden breastfeeding sessions.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

Slings are quick to put on (though it does take more practice initially to learn how to get the ring in the right position), so it’s perfect for quick grocery runs or errands. However, you need more practice and experience to get the sling to be as secure as a carrier, so if the baby is active, you might have trouble keeping the sling tight.

Triple-Check the Age and Weight Limit of the Carrier

Triple-Check the Age and Weight Limit of the Carrier
Most carriers will tell you how old in months or heavy your baby has to be before you can use them. Usually, it’s wraps you can use as soon as your baby’s born

If you don’t think you’ll be going out much early on, you can go for a carrier targeted at infants 3 months or older—which is after the baby’s neck is strong enough to support his or her head.

Triple-Check the Age and Weight Limit of the Carrier
Some baby carriers can be used until your toddler is three, but how you carry your baby changes as he or she grows (from cuddling in your arms, for example, to piggybacks). So consider getting carriers you can only use for half a year to a year—and then switch them out as the months pass by.

Also, pay attention to the weight limits on the carriers or slings so that you can carry your baby or toddler safely! You don't want the carrier to break down on you.

Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

If you are able to afford it, it’s best to buy slings or carriers targeted at specific age groups. You do need to be careful carrying newborns and make sure that the carrier is specifically for young babies who need neck support. As for older babies and toddlers, use a carrier where you can lengthen the straps to fit your growing child’s body. 

Make Sure the Carrier Has a Wide Bottom and Supports Your Baby’s Legs

Make Sure the Carrier Has a Wide Bottom and Supports Your Baby’s Legs
If possible, choose a carrier with a deep and wide seat. It should ideally extend into your baby’s knees—so when he’s sitting in the carrier, his legs are splayed and raised into this M-shape. This takes the pressure off your baby’s hips. This is vital, as their skeletal tissue is still very soft.
The same goes for wraps. If the wrap secures the baby against your body in such a way that their legs are forced together, it could lead to hip dysplasia. You want something that will support the baby’s thighs and keep their legs splayed.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

The knees should be at hip level or higher, which takes the pressure off the hips. A lot of popular carriers in stores these days just support the crotch and the legs are left to hang down and dangle in the air. The unsupported thighs cause pressure on the hip joints and may contribute to hip dysplasia.

Find One That Matches Your Carrying Positions

With a carrier, you can hold your baby five different ways, which we'll go over in this next section.

Face Baby Towards You or Sideways for Comfort and Protection

Face Baby Towards You or Sideways for Comfort and Protection

You can hold your baby sideways, like in a cradle. This is helpful when you’re breastfeeding or soothing a fussy baby. You can also hold him or her facing you. This way, you can follow all his or her facial expressions and know immediately when he or she’s tired or upset. It also keeps newborns from getting overstimulated.

Face Baby Towards You or Sideways for Comfort and Protection

Another way you can hold the baby is by holding him or her on your hip, which takes a good deal of strain off your back. This is great for toddlers, who are heavier. He or she also has the option of looking at you or the world around him when you hold them this way. Having your child in the front position is generally the way to go.

Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

Once the baby is around 2 to 3 months, he or she will start turning their head to see the world around them. I would recommend still keeping the baby in the front position facing you and turning your body to where your baby is looking. 


When the baby is faced inward, its spine has a natural C curve that is supported by the carrier. However, when the baby is faced outwards, it’s spine is pushed into an unnatural, arched position. With little muscles to support their spine and with no help from the carrier, the baby now feels the impact of every step the mom or dad takes.

Put Baby on Your Back to Free Your Hands

Put Baby on Your Back to Free Your Hands
Holding your baby on your back allows your hands to be free to do other things. Your baby can also see exactly what you’re seeing when he or she is on your back. However, it takes a lot of practice to get a newborn safely on your back, so make sure you consult a professional before trying.
However, not all carriers can be adjusted into the above positions, so make sure you choose something that lets you carry your baby the way you want. Carriers for newborns, especially, will usually only let you cradle your baby in your arms or snuggle them facing you.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

Just recognize—and this applies to facing babies outwards, too—you cannot see your baby’s face and the baby can be overstimulated easily. He or she will have trouble communicating to you that he or she is tired and wants a break from seeing everything, and he or she has no option to shield his or her face from all the stimulation. 

Use Caution When Facing Baby Outward

Use Caution When Facing Baby Outward

One last position you could hold your baby in is facing outwards so he or she can see the world. This, however, is not recommended for a few reasons, which Betty explains below.

Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

It's tempting for parents to turn the baby outwards so they can see the world. However, this position is never recommended for a few reasons, including the two above, plus: 


The baby’s legs are supposed to be in a “frog” position with the legs pulled up to at least hip level or higher. With the legs dangling and unsupported, the baby is now prone to hip dysplasia.

Make Sure the Fabric is Comfortable and Breathable

Make Sure the Fabric is Comfortable and Breathable
Babies have high body temperatures (Betty calls them little ovens). They usually sweat more than adults and get fussy when it’s hot. It doesn’t matter whether it’s winter or summer—you want a breathable fabric to facilitate airflow and keep your baby cool.
If you or your baby has sensitive skin, choose a carrier made out of a gentle fabric, like 100% cotton. And in summer, your baby’s bare arms and legs will be brushing up against the carrier, so get something that feels good against the skin. 
Make Sure the Fabric is Comfortable and Breathable

Also, don't forget to find something machine washable, since no doubt your carrier will get dirty from your child spitting up or from being outside in general!

Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

When thinking about fabrics for carriers, you want to make sure that the fabric is the best for the baby’s skin since he or she will be in touch with the wrap for an extended period of time


Go with a 100% certified organic fabric that is made of cotton or other types of all-natural material, and it must be free from toxic chemical dyes, especially if your baby has sensitive skin. 

Pick Something that Is Easy to Wear by Yourself

Pick Something that Is Easy to Wear by Yourself
Choose something that you can wear easily on your own. If you can, try a carrier out at a shop. If you can’t get in and out of it by yourself, you’re going to have trouble in the future.
But if you’re a devoted net shopper, at least take a peek at the reviews. Look out for keywords like “difficult,” “put on,” and “take off”—and go for carriers that seem simple and self-explanatory.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

The soft structured carriers are the easiest to put on and take off since once you adjust the straps to the right lengths, you just have to click the buckles together and you are good to go. 


Ring sling rings need to be nice and high on your shoulder so you can properly tighten the sling around your baby. Woven straps can also be hard when you're on the go and your children are active and thrash about. Both can take a few tries, so it can be difficult to adjust.

For Ultimate Peace of Mind, There’s Always Baby Wearing Classes

For Ultimate Peace of Mind, There’s Always Baby Wearing Classes
You could buy the best baby carrier in the world, but if you don’t know how to use it properly, it’s not going to be secure. (Especially wraps. Wraps are difficult.) If you need the extra support, there are local baby wearing classes or groups that will show you how to fasten your kid onto you.
For Ultimate Peace of Mind, There’s Always Baby Wearing Classes
If you’re looking for an extra twist, there’s always babywearing dance classes. You can learn Latin American dance, belly dancing, hip-hop, or ballet—without ever having to put down your baby.
Betty
Mombrite, Mom & Blogger
Betty

I would highly recommend taking a babywearing class when you are still pregnant to get familiar with the different types out there. Often, the instructors bring different carriers, types and brands, to class for you to try out. 


There are also tons of babywearing support groups out there that meet frequently so that you can ask the more experienced baby wearers for help. Some groups even have a library of carriers you can borrow so that you can try them out.

Keep Your Kids Entertained

Keep Your Kids Entertained

When kids start growing up, they'll inevitably experience days where they feel bored and want to experience something new. Why not allow them to find creative outlets for their nervous energy? Check out these tools that can keep your kids busy and satisfied!

Summary

It can be great wearing a carrier. You can bond with your child and still get a lot of chores done. But it can also lead to sore shoulders, so remember to choose a carrier that’s going to provide enough support for you and your baby.

Make sure to get one that has belts for you and wide seats for your child. It might be a hassle sorting through carriers, slings, and wraps now—but it’ll certainly pay off in the future.

Easy Snacking to Calm Down Toddlers Recommended by an Expert

While you carry your baby around, they can get fidgety or even start crying! To calm them down, packing a few snacks or some formula can help. Dr. S. Amna Husain recommends this convenient snack dispenser for these cases!

Expert's
pick

ZoLiOn-the-Go Formula and Snack Dispenser

$12.00

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    We all want the best for our babies. But sadly, not all baby products contain the safest ingredients for your little one. So choosing organic baby foods might help you reduce your baby's exposure to chemicals like pesticides since they are often grown in strictly supervised conditions. Due to the plethora of products currently sold on the market, choosing suitable organic baby food might be somewhat challenging. But don't worry! Check out our top 10 picks for some references. Peter Rabbit Organics' Apple, Pea, and Spinach Puree is one of our favorites as it's free from artificial flavors and can provide your baby with a good amount of fiber and potassium. There is also a buying guide at the end to give you some tips in finding the best organic food for your baby! 
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  • Top 7 Best Wooden Teethers in 2021 (Loulou Lollipop, Maple Landmark, and More)
    Top 7 Best Wooden Teethers in 2021 (Loulou Lollipop, Maple Landmark, and More)
    Is your child chewing his way through teethers, making you believe that there's nothing out there that can withstand those powerful gums? Perhaps it's time to give wooden teethers a try. They're durable and provide the right hardness for teething babies. That's why we looked for the best ones out there. For starters, take a look at Promise Babe's teething rings which are customizable, versatile, and made from 100 percent beech wood. We've got six more options for you to consider, plus a buying guide to assist you in choosing the best wooden teether for your little one. 
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  • Top 10 Best Sensory Toys for Kids in 2021 (Melissa & Doug, Intelex, and More)
    Top 10 Best Sensory Toys for Kids in 2021 (Melissa & Doug, Intelex, and More)
    Are you looking for a fun way to provide your child with stimulating sensory play? Sensory stimulation provides the building blocks to a wide range of milestones throughout childhood and beyond, making it an essential piece of the developmental puzzle. If you'd like a toy that will inspire and delight your little explorer, then you’ve come to the right place!Sensory toys can be an engaging way to provide interactive stimulation while supporting overall development, so we’ve compiled a diverse list of the 10 best options available. Our top choice is a versatile set of magnetic building tiles from Playmags because they'll inspire your child's imagination, promote motor skills, and provide visual and tactile stimulation. Don’t forget to check out our comprehensive buying guide to help steer you in the right direction.
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  • Top 10 Best Kid's Craft Kits in 2021
    Top 10 Best Kid's Craft Kits in 2021
    Craft kits are great tools to promote creativity and self-expression in children. The activity choices are also endless, ranging from painting to building, to cutting paper. However, the plethora of options also makes it hard to choose a suitable craft kit for your child. You probably need to consider a lot of factors including the materials of the craft kit and the interests of your child. Therefore, to help you figure out which craft kit to purchase, we've combed through various reviews on Amazon and compiled a list of the top 10 craft kits recommended by users. We also created a buying guide at the end to give you some more tips in choosing the most suitable kit for your child! 
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