Maya Wrap Introduces Their New Shoulder – The Comfort Fit!

23 Mar

maya wrap comfort fit shoulder new

I love Maya Wrap ring slings for so many reasons, but I’m even more in love with them now with the newest shoulder design called the Comfort Fit!  What’s the difference between the traditional “Lightly Padded” shoulder and the new Comfort Fit?

The LP (or lightly padded) shoulder features a unique, padded shoulder that comfortably cups your shoulder and pleats that spread out to distribute baby’s weight across your shoulder and torso. The set structure keeps the shoulder of the sling sitting comfortably on the top and ball of your shoulder without fabric coming down over your upper arm and restricting arm movement. The Comfort Fit shoulder features a classic gathered shoulder with a comfort band allowing you to adjust the spread of the shoulder to your desired width and an elastic seam across the back of the shoulder to prevent overspreading.  The more spread the shoulder is, the farther down your upper arm and back the fabric can cover, offering more support for heavier babies for some wearers.  Both shoulder styles are available now at QuirkyBaby and will ship for FREE within the US and free gift with purchase!

Here’s a quick video I made (with a very fussy little 9 month old!) to show the new design features and compare it to the previous shoulder:

One Response to “Maya Wrap Introduces Their New Shoulder – The Comfort Fit!”

  1. Elizabeth November 23, 2014 at 7:33 pm #

    Thank you SO much for this video! Super detailed and easy to understand the difference between the two.

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