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Natibaby Greece Lagoa (Hemp Blend)

Brand Name: Natibaby        
Wrap Name: Greece Lagoa

Reviewed by: Sarah Montgomery
Size of Wrap: Size 5
Fabric Content: 70% Cotton, 30% Hemp 

How long has this wrap been used by you? 
2 weeks                    

What size is the wrapee (ex: age, height & lbs):
20 months, 30 inches tall, 24lbs

What were/are the exact measurements (ex: Length & Width):
4.3 meters long, 27” wide

What is the thickness of this wrap (ex: thin, Med, Thick): 
Medium thickness

Did/Does it have cush:
(The Definition of Cush varies but could be described as marshmellowyness, soft, moldable, comfortable, ability to adapt to your body)
It was very moldable and easy to wrap with, very soft to the touch.

How did it feel on your shoulders: 
Comfortable, not diggy at all even with a sloppy wrap job, It is a bit slippery in a Ruck unless you make sure to twist then shoulders well.
How much diagonal stretch does the wrap have (ex: none- ace bandage like): 
Some diagonal stretch.

How supportive did you find it in a single layer carry? 
It was supportive and comfortable for a single layer carry. I used it in a Ruck for about 30 minutes at a time and found it very comfy.

How supportive did you find it in a double layer carry? 
It was very supportive in a double layer carry. Wearing my daughter while shopping she felt very light. I did again find the fabric to be more on the slippery side and needed to make sure my passes and knots were very tight.

Who do you think this wrap would best be geared to (ex: babies, toddlers, New Babywearers, Advanced Babywearers): 
I think this wrap would be good for semi-experienced wearers. I think it would be fine for either babies or toddlers. I think it would be a great wrap for someone just starting out with back wrapping as I found it especially easy to get a seat with and it is also easy to slide the passes when doing multiple layers. I think it might be a challenging wrap for a brand new wrapper to learn to tighten with though.

Would you recommend this wrap to a friend? Why? What did you love about it?
I would recommend this to someone who wanted a supportive and soft blend that is easy to wrap with. It knots a little on the thicker side and is a bit slipper for tightening knots. But I loved how easy I found getting a seat to be in it and I felt like it molded well to my daughter so it was harder for her to pop the seat once she was in.

Please tell us a little more about yourself (ex: how long have you been wearing, how many different wraps have you tried, what is your babywearing background): 
I have been wearing for almost 2 years, and have tried several different wraps in that time period. I am a Volunteer Babywearing Education with BWI of North Central Illinois and help teach babywearing at 1-2 meetings per month. 


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