The Complete Original is LilleBaby's flagship child carrier built for versatility as your little one matures from infant to toddler. Designed for parent and child comfort alike, LilleBaby included innovative features to support a natural spine alignment while carrying a 7-45 lb child while simultaneously supporting proper infant positioning in the carrier. With two-way adjustable padded shoulder straps that can be worn parallel or crossed and an adjustable waist belt, you can easily customize the carrier to fit your form and your desired carry style. From a front, back and even a side hip carry, you have six ergonomic carrying positions to accommodate your little one's preferences and the activity of the day. Feel confident heading out on long hiking adventures or spending a day touring around town, as the Complete Original will keep you both comfortable no matter what the day holds. Enjoy hands-free mobility as the carrier support your child and a larger zippered cargo pocket lets you stash an extra diaper, snacks, and accident essentials. When that inevitable mess does happen, easily throw the carrier in the wash for a quick and easy clean up so you can both get back out there and enjoy the day.
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LilleBaby Complete Original Child Carrier
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