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When selecting a new baby carrier, it is important that the baby sits deep in the carrier with enough support for the legs and the back, so that you can carry him comfortably over a long period of time.
Therefore, it is important not only to pay attention to the weight limit of the carrier but also to the width of the seat and the height of the back panel. In a carrier which is too narrow, the legs will dangle and will not only make the child uncomfortable but can also cause irritation to the skin on the legs. On the other hand, if the back panel is too short, the child can easily lean backwards which can cause neck pain.
A criteria to choose the right baby carrier size is to use the child’s clothing size as indication and not only the weight. The maximum weight indicated by the manufacturer in the table below represents the maximum weight that a carrier can allow without tearing. It is the weight at which the baby carrier was tested for safety against tear.
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Baby carrier sizes
Please note that the measurements below are indicative only and that the clothing size can vary from child to child.
*with infant insert **Without infant insert