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“Paint Palette” is a bright abstract pattern inspired by all the colourful things you’ll create with your babe as they grow.
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Tula Coast is designed to bring a cool ocean breeze to your day! This line of Tula Baby Carriers offers a reinterpretation of our original framed panel design using breathable mesh material which creates a ventilated carrier perfectly suited for active lifestyles and warm weather locales.
Supports safe development for baby’s body
Provides optimal neck & shoulder comfort and offers quick and easy adjustments for multiple wearers
Hand-made from 100% OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified canvas
Back carry and front carry options to provide a natural, ergonomic position best for long term, comfortable carrying that promotes healthy hip and spine development for baby
Provides superior comfort to help evenly distribute weight, also includes large front pocket
Keeps baby comfortable to allow for longer wearing
Allows for long-time use from infancy to toddlerhood. Standard baby carriers can be used from 7 - 20 kg/ 15 - 45 lbs and toddler carriers from 11 - 27 kg/ 25 - 60 lbs. Standard-sized carriers can be used from birth with a Tula Infant Insert*
Fully printed twill base with coordinating removable hood in breathable mesh fabric to support head while sleeping, sun protection while out and about, and extra privacy while nursing
Not sure which is the best carrier for you? View our comparison chart to find the best baby carrier option!
*Infants and newborns weighing 3.2 - 7 kg/7 - 15 lbs must use the Baby Tula Infant Insert(sold separately). Infants more than 7 kg/15 lbs must continue using the Baby Tula Infant Insert with the Standard Tula Baby Carrier until the baby can hold head up consistently for an extended period of time, and is tall enough to be placed in a fully seated position with knees dangling freely with knees above bottom in an ergonomic M-shape position.
We do not recommend back carrying your child until your baby has strong and consistent head, neck, and torso control, and can push him or herself independently into, and remain in, a seated position on a consistent basis.