Long babywearing period, with facing-out and back-carrying too
From 8 lbs/21 in (3.5 kg/53 cm) to 33 lbs (15 kg), approx. from newborn to the age of 3
4 front and back carrying positions
Choose whether you want to carry your child facing in (two height positions), facing out or on your back.
Ergonomic leg position
The wide, fully adjustable seat area ensures a comfortable and ergonomically correct position for your childâ€™s hips.
Padded shoulder straps for superior carrying comfort
Luxuriously thick padding in the shoulder straps gives you superior carrying comfort.
Pressure-relieving waist belt
The wide, sturdy waist belt gives you excellent pressure relief and good carrying ergonomics.
Built-in infant insert
Baby Carrier One Air has two height positions. Use the upper height position for newborns (at least 8 lbs/3.5 kg) so your baby is carried in the correct position close to your face. Your baby should be close enough for you to kiss the top of their head.
Adjustable head support
The head support protects newborns and gives the correct support until they are able to hold their head up unaided. For older babies, you can also keep the head support unfolded when your baby is resting or sleeping in the baby carrier. You can easily fold it up or down and adjust the firmness of the support it provides.
Back carrying for your toddler
As your child grows heavier, back carrying in the baby carrier will be a more comfortable option for you. We recommend that you only start to carry your child on your back after the age of 12 months since you will not have the same degree of supervision.