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All Position 360

All Position 360 ★★★★★ ★★★★★

Four ergonomic wearing positions, including our first forward-facing carry option for you and baby to discover the world together in ultimate comfort.

Four ergonomic wearing positions: front-inward, front-outward, hip and back carry.

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Four Position 360

Age: 0-24 months

  • 0-4 months (7-12lb): Must use Infant Insert (sold separately)
  • 4-24 months (12lbs–26.9lbs): Without Infant Insert - Use once baby can sit knee to knee in a frog-leg position in Carrier

Ways to Use:

  • Everyday use

Benefits:

  • Baby close and kissable
  • Can nurse easily
  • Baby faces in to avoid overstimulation
  • Hood can hold a sleeping baby's head and provide shelter from sun and wind
  • Baby's weight leans towards your center of gravity making her feel lighter

Watch-outs:

  • As baby gets heavier, front carry can strain the back
  • Curious babies sometimes prefer a front seat view of the world (facing out). You know your baby best

Age: 5-12 months

  • 14-22lbs

Ways to Use:

  • Best for babies who are ready to face the world
  • Recommended for limited durations (10-15min) of carrying time

Benefits:

  • Baby has a front seat view of the world and can satisfy their curiosity
  • Co-viewing situations (ex. zoos, aquariums, short walks) where parent and baby can engage together

Watch-outs:

  • Baby must face you until he or she can hold their head upright
  • If your baby appears to be sleepy or overstimulated, turn them around immediately to an inward-facing position
  • Baby's weight pulls away from you which can make it feel heavier, so we recommend varying carrying positions as much as possible

Tip:

  • Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby

Age: 6-24 months

  • 17.2lbs–26.9lbs

Ways to Use:

  • Best for around the house

Benefits:

  • A great hands-free way to carry your baby
  • Good for when your toddler wants to be picked up
  • You have more space on one side for doing household chores or reaching

Watch-outs:

  • Baby's weight is completely on one side of your body, so we recommend varying hips and carry positions as much as possible
  • Takes a bit of practice to master this position

Age: 6-36 months

  • 17.2lbs–33lbs

Ways to Use:

  • Best for longer treks, hiking, or extended wearing

Benefits:

  • Baby's weight leans in making him/her feel much lighter than using other positions
  • Baby has great visibility of the environment around him or her
  • Baby can turn in towards parent to avoid an overstimulating situation
  • Great carry position for an older baby or toddler

Watch-outs:

  • Takes a bit a practice to master this position
  • Never carry baby outward facing on your back

Tip:

  • Use "selfie" camera mode or a mirror to check on your baby
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Instructional Videos

Newborn Insert
3 Month Insert
4-6 Month Insert
Ergobaby 360 Carrier -- Front-Outward Carry
Ergobaby 360 Carrier -- Front-Inward Carry
Ergobaby 360 Carrier -- Hip Carry
Ergobaby 360 Carrier -- Back Carry

Manuals

360 Baby Carrier Instructions

360 Baby Carrier & Infant Insert Instructions

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