This carrier can be used from birth (7 lbs/3.2 kgs) up to 42 pounds (19 kgs) in up to six different positions:
The patent-pending convertible seat supports your child in the correct ergonomic sitting position through each stage of development. An ergonomic design balances the baby's weight to wearers' hips and shoulders, and alleviates physical stress for the wearer.
High performance fixed shoulder pads and a built-in foldable neck support and harness ensure the child and the wearer will be comfortable no matter where you go.
Made from 100% cotton, the Nordic lives up to it's robust and functional name.
The Infant Cradle Carry insert allows you to use the EveryWear in a cradle carry position for infants. Your newborn baby can sit nestled with legs to one side, and as your child becomes ready to be carried upright, you can use the insert for added support in the upright carrying position.
Fits waists 24.5 to 48.5 in (62.23 to 123.2 cm)
* Max weight for each function depends on wearer’s strength and comfort, and child’s weight and preference.
Cradle Carrier – from birth until baby is able to support head independently (approx 4 - 6 months) with the infant cradle insert (sold separately)
Front Facing In – from 7 lb (3.2kg) with use of included harness and neck support until child is able to support head independently
Front Facing Out – from when child is able to support head independently (approx 4-6 months) and up
Hip – from when child is able to support head independently (approx 4-6 months) and up to 42 pounds (19 kg) (approx 5 years)
Back – from when child is able to support head and is ready to sit with legs wrapped around caregiver’s waist (approx 5 to 6 months) up to 42 pounds (19 kg) (approx 5 years)
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Follow these steps to convert the seat from wide to narrow:
First, unsnap buttons on seat flaps and release flaps from waist belt by pulling belt through the flaps.
Then, fold seat flaps to the inside/lining side of the carrier and snap the flaps together (use the two snaps located inside the flaps).
To fasten the waist belt, run the male buckle through elastic safety band and connect with female buckle. It should "click" into place. Run loose webbing strap through elastic safety band. Roll up excess webbing and fold the elastic loop (on edge of webbing) around the strap-roll to keep it from hanging loose.
To unbuckle the waist belt, squeeze on both side of the buckles to release male from female buckle. Flip male buckle in towards belt and tuck it under the webbing and safety band. Pull on webbing strap to release buckle.