Chimparoo Woven Trek

$159.95
Article number: 13441
Availability: In stock (1)

The Chimparoo TREK is designed for those who desire an ergonomic and supportive soft structured carrier combined with the soft, flexibility of a woven wrap. 

Sporty, comfortable and chic, this carrier is perfect for home, a walk around town or a hike in the forest.

* Simple to put on & easy to use
* Front, hip & back carrying positions
* Adjustable & multi-positional shoulder straps 
* Padded shoulder straps & semi-rigid waistbelt
* Ergonomic adjustment & support system
* Designed to be used with stirrups 18 mos+
* Stretchy head support & integrated newborn seat

Instructional & Safety DVD Included

Fits babies 7 lbs - 45 lbs
Made of Woven Organic Cotton

You can use its integrated seat for newborns right from birth. The stretchy and adjustable sleep hood fully supports baby’s head when necessary. The carrier’s structure is built to comfortably accommodate a child up to 18 months and beyond with the stirrups. 

There are 3 possible carrying positions: Front, Hip & Back

Adaptable to most body types of wearers, men and women alike. The long waist belt and chest straps make adjustments easy. Shoulder straps can be worn crossed or rucksack style with the chest clip. 

Simple to put on and easy to use, the TREK is made from woven organic cotton and is certified free from toxic chemicals. 

We HIGHLY recommend reading the instructions on how to use a carrier safely and instructions specifically for the TREK, as well as watching the available videos.

About Chimparoo
Founded in 2007, Chimparoo is a Canadian company whose main objective is to promote baby wearing. With their extensive background, knowledge and passion, Chimparoo designs the best baby carriers and accessories on the market with a genuine concern about health, environment and economy.

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