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Didymos Cranberry Indio

Brand Name: Didymos

Wrap Name: Cranberry Indio

Reviewed by: Brittany Marsh

Size of Wrap: 6

Fabric Content: 100% Cotton






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

What size is the wrappee?
10 months, 21 lbs, 28 inches

What is the thickness of this wrap?
thin, but not too thin.

Does it have cush?
There is a little cush, but it’s a thin wrap so it is not super smooshy

How does it feel on your shoulders?
It was a very comfortable on my shoulder with the ruck straps sandwiched.

How much diagonal stretch does the wrap have?
There is enough stretch to help the passes get in place without too much slack.

How supportive did you find it in a single layer carry?
It was supportive enough to keep my 21 lb daughter in place but I can’t imagine doing a front wrap cross carry or kangaroo carry with a child much larger and feel like it is supportive enough. So perfect for little babies!

How supportive did you find it in a double layer carry?
This was perfect for a double layer carry! I did a double hammock with her and this wrap was extremely supportive with the carry.

Can you compare this wrap to another wrap already on the market?
This wrap is right on par with other Didymos 100% cotton wraps.

Who do you think this wrap would best be geared to?
I think this wrap would be best geared toward a beginner. This would probably be the best first Indio for anyone.

Would you recommend this wrap to a friend? Why? What did you love about it?
I would! It is the perfect shade of pink and will definitely look great with a pair of blue jeans. I loved how comfortable it felt in my go-to carry (double hammock). That is what sells a wrap for me.


Please tell us a little more about yourself:
I’m a 26 year old college student and first time mom. I've been babywearing for 10 months since my daughter was born. I have tried 20 wraps and counting. I am used to many babywearing carriers and slings but my strongest point is ring slings. Babywearing is a huge passion of mine!







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