Baby wrap made in Czech Republic - jacqurd, made of combed cotton, hemp, Tencel, linen and silk, suitable for whole babywearing period.
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|Surface weight||201 - 250 g/m2|
Twist Oliver Baby Wrap
The babywrap has a higher weight and is woven with two wefts (triweave). This method of weaving gives the wrap plasticity and fluff and ensures comfort even when worn by heavier children. The wrap is relatively soft from the beginning, wearing it even more softly.
Tencel is great all year round - in summer you will appreciate the slightly cool touch, but the excellent properties of Tencel regarding the distribution of sweat and moisture are suitable at any time. Tencel is a durable and at the same time very pleasant fiber, the production of which is environmentally friendly.
Hemp is a very strong and durable fiber that offers excellent absorbency and resistance to UV radiation. We use it in a mixture with cotton so that the wrap is soft enough even for bare skin.
Linen is an amazing material that has a spirit, and those who liked it know why. It is stronger than cotton and has a cool impression to the touch. Its breathability makes it an ideal material for summer.
Silk is a truly luxurious and pleasant yarn: with a wonderful shine and unique properties. It absorbs water perfectly, has antibacterial and healing effects: it is very suitable for people with sensitive skin.
The edges are hemmed on opposite sides to make sure the wrap is reversible.
Washing instructions: use gentle program, 30°C, use gentle liquid detergent, don´t use fabric softener. Line dry. Steam iron on cotton settings. The wrap will shrink after the first wash - this is normal. We send the wrap longer to make sure the is corresponding to the post-wash state.
Whole production takes place in the Czech Republic. The material is certified by OekoTex 100.
We send the wrap in a cotton wrap bag along with a booklet that contains wrapping instructions and information about babywearing.
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