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Buckle Baby Carrier: Front Carry (crossed straps)

Age: from 5 months

Put the carrier waist belt around your waist (or slightly lower), fasten the belt buckle. 

Tighten the belt until it fits tightly, secure the safety elastic band on the waist buckle webbing.

Move the panel of the carrier forward.

Adjust the width of the back panel base, it should be narrowed for babies from birth up to 5-8 months. To narrow the back panel, move the panel along the belt to the center (at both sides) and fix with a velcro tape. For babies older than 8 months the panel should be fully spread.

Take the baby in your arms and place him in front of you, positioning his legs to the sides. Lower the baby’s bottom until it is just above the waist belt.

Lift the back panel up, holding the baby close with it. Place the shoulder straps over your shoulders one at a time, holding the baby’s upper back with your free hand each time. Reach behind your back and secure the buckles on the connecting strap. To maximize comfort you can adjust the height and length of the connecting strap.

Take the baby in your arms; position him correctly and lift the back panel of the carrier up. Hold the child’s upper back with one hand, and place one shoulder strap over your shoulder with the other hand.

Swap the hand holding the baby. Reach behind with the other hand and take the loose end of the shoulder strap.

Supporting the child with your forearm, bring the end of the strap to the opposite side of the carrier; fasten the shoulder strap buckle with both hands. Do the same from the other side. 

Adjust the length of the shoulder straps using fit adjusters if needed. Secure the safety elastic bands on the buckles webbing at each shoulder strap.

The final look of the crossed shoulder straps from back.

And in front.


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