What’s the difference between Half and Full Wrap Conversions?
Difference Between Wrap Conversions
A common question asked regarding Baby Tula Wrap Conversions is “what’s the difference between the different types?” We created the following graphic to help show you the differences!
While our ‘regular’ Standard, Toddler and Free-to-Grow carriers are made with canvas and twill fabric, our Wrap Conversion Carriers are made using popular woven wraps. The prices vary due to additional cost in sourcing woven wraps. Wrap Conversion Carriers were made for babywearers who love the look and feel of woven wraps but want the simplicity of a buckle carrier.
There are 2 types of wrap conversions: Full and Half – which also come in Coast variations!
- The Full Wrap Conversion is made entirely out of woven wrap material meaning shoulder straps, body panel and waistband are all made with a woven wrap, front and back. (also comes with Coast mesh panel)
- The Half Wrap Conversion is made with the woven wrap on the outside of the shoulder straps, body panel and waistband, and has canvas material on the inside.The canvas reinforces the wrap which can make it more supportive. (also comes with Coast mesh panel)
- The Coast version of the Wrap Conversion is made with a center panel of breathable mesh and a mesh hood. This version provides added airflow.
When it comes down to it, all Baby Tula Carriers will support your baby and/or toddler ergonomically and comfortably: canvas, Wrap Conversion, half or full!
Want to learn more about our Wrap Conversion Carriers? Visit our Wrap Conversions 101 blog post!