Elastisches Tragetuch


for the start into babywearing

The elastic baby sling is wonderfully suited for the start into babywearing. Soft as a t-shirt, you can wear it all day long and cuddle your baby in and out. For even more bonding, simply put it on as the first layer of clothing and feel your baby skin to skin. Due to its elasticity, we recommend it for weights up to max. 9 kg to ensure that your baby is always optimally supported.


Woven baby sling


the jack -of-all-trades

The woven baby sling is the all-rounder among baby carriers: It is suitable from the very beginning until the end of the individual carrying age. There are no limits to the tying variations, use the sling for carrying in front of the stomach, on the hip or on the back. Perhaps also as a swing or hammock. Our slings have a surface weight of 135 to 230 g/m², are 70 cm wide and available in different lengths.




Your everyday helper for short carrying distances

The ring sling impresses with quick and even easier attachment using two rings. Since the weight is on one shoulder, it is particularly suitable for short distances. Your child sits either on your hip or in front of your stomach. When sitting on the hip, your child looks forward physiologically healthy and takes part interestedly in everything you do. The ring sling is your faithful companion in the household and on playground tours. Our ring slings are made from woven baby slings, are 70 cm wide and 2 m long.


Newborn baby sling


for the tiniest ones

With a surface weight of only 135 g/m², the ultra-lightweight baby sling is perfect for newborns. The premature baby sling made from the same material is extra narrow at 45 cm and available in two lengths.


A sling offers a lot of advantages, especially for your baby:  

Using a baby sling satisfies your baby's need for closeness.

The squat-straddle position in the sling supports healthy hip development.

For crying babies, adjustment difficulties and regulatory disorders can be significantly reduced by carrying them in a sling.

Your baby can never get enough of warmth and security. Slings strengthen the parent-child bond for years. This bonding strengthens the child's basic trust and empathy with other people.

During bonding in the sling, more oxytocin is released, also known as the cuddle hormone. Oxytocin improves milk production.

The right sitting position

In order for your baby's hips to mature correctly, your child's legs should be in what is known as the ergonomically M-shape position. The knees are drawn up and spread at about the level of your child's belly button. To keep the legs in this position, the sling should always reach from the back of the knee to the back of the knee. The baby sling - as flexible as it is - can be adjusted to fit your baby exactly. In addition, your child's back should be well supported so that you can bend forward and your baby can maintain body contact.

The baby carrier as an alternative

You don't want to learn how to tie a sling, but you still like to be comfortable? Then take a look at our baby carriers: Baby carriers are quicker and easier to put on than slings, but not as all-purpose.

Discover our baby carriers!

Babywearing through all seasons

Newborn babies are not yet very good at regulating their body temperature. But a baby sling or baby carrier will help them to do so.

Tips for the cold season:

  • Carry your child on your body under your jacket. Your body is like a natural hot water bottle in winter.
  • Don't forget the hat, most heat is lost through the head.
  • If the skin colour is bluish marbled or paler than usual, your child is too cold. If the back of his neck is sweating, he is too warm.

Tips for the warm season:

  • If the head is red and the neck is damp, your child is too warm.
  • Cool your baby down by undressing the baby.
  • Walk and stand in the shade if possible.
  • Do not forget sunscreen.

Babywearing is beneficial for the health

The slight movements that occur when carrying stimulate your baby's bowel activity. This reduces annoying colic caused by carrying. Through the parents' body heat, babies learn to regulate their own body heat better and faster.