Best Baby Carriers

The right baby carrier keeps your baby close, even when you don’t have any spare hands to carry them. This can promote parent and baby bonding, gently helps your baby transition from womb to world, and more easily lets you cross off tasks from your to-do list. Continue Reading...

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Manduca · includes 5 listings

4.8 from 115 reviews

The Manduca Baby Carriers draw upon an orthopedically sound design to support babies. They're also lightweight and wearer-friendly, so parents and carers can remain just as comfortable as the bubs being carried around.


Hug-a-Bub · includes 5 listings

4.5 from 240 reviews

Made to softly yet securely support your baby using organic cotton, Hug-a-Bub won the 2019 Awards for Best Baby Carriers.

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BabyBjorn One

BabyBjorn One

4.5 from 96 reviews

The $229.95 BabyBjorn One baby carrier is suitable for babies 0-3 years, or who weigh 3.5-15 kg.

Boba Wrap

Boba Wrap

4.7 from 33 reviews

The Boba Wrap, $74.90, is suitable for babies 3.63kg to 15.87 kg and is made from French Terry cotton and Spandex.

Beco Gemini

Beco Gemini

4.6 from 22 reviews

Beco’s Gemini Baby Carrier is versatile in function as well as appearance, as it’s available in 10 appealing designs. For example, the ‘Stella’ features a circular geometric print, set against a deep blue background.

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Types of Baby Carriers


These involve wrapping a large piece of fabric tightly around your body and baby’s body. You may need to practise a few times to get the hang of it, especially if you’re new to baby wrapping. The sturdiest baby wraps are made from cotton, linen, wool or hemp, and are called woven wraps. You can even wear your baby on your back using a woven wrap.

Wring slings

A wring sling is like a version of a woven wrap that has rings below the shoulder. After threading the fabric through the rings and putting the sling on yourself, you can wrap your baby from bottom to top (shoulders). With a ring sling, you can front carry, back carry or hip carry. Adjust the looseness or tightness by pulling on the fabric or pushing it back through rings.

Soft structured carriers (or SSCs)

These come with padded shoulder straps and a buckled, padded waistband. They are supportive and don’t require much practise to use (other than figuring out which positions your baby likes to rest in best). SSCs may have options for front-carry facing in, front-carry facing out, back carry and hip carry.

Less common baby carriers include mei tai carriers, and frame/backpack carriers (mainly for hiking with toddlers).

Baby Carrier Quick Tips

  • Make sure the carrier you choose is age appropriate for your baby. For example, some carriers aren’t suitable for newborns or babies that can’t hold their heads up.
  • Look for a carrier that evenly distributes weight and mainly puts it on your hips (especially in a structured soft carrier).
  • Choose a carrier that will be comfortable to wear year-round. Some SSCs come with newborn inserts, but these can often get hot and heavy in summer.

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