Hoppediz® Woven Wraps

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Price: €59.25
4.90 out of 5
10 Reviews

Hoppediz® Woven Wraps



Product Description

You can use our HOPPEDIZ® Jacquard slings with many carrying variants. The detailed and illustrated tying instructions supplied with each sling have been established together with the occupational therapist and carrying consultant Bettina Attenberger, and they are based on the knowledge of the Trageschule Dresden®. The compact instructions show step by step how to tie our baby sling. You may order our tying instructions even separately.

Special features of the HOPPEDIZ® baby sling:

  • Two labels mark the centre of the sling. This makes it much easier for you to find the centre when tying.
  • The baby sling is cut diagonally/parallel at the ends so that the ends of the sling are easier to knot, making sure that they are not too thick or bulky.
  • A pouch is located at the end of the sling offering space for keys, purses or even tissues. It is 20 x 25 cm, and it is easily closed with 2 practical hook-and-loop fasteners.
  • The natural yarns are dyed before machine weaving (yarn dyeing). Therefore, our colourful but unpretentious designs are truly colour-fast. Thanks to this, our baby slings still look new even after countless washes – naturally using washing powder without fluorescent whitening agents.

100% cotton, tested for harmful substances Design
Florenz 70% cotton, 30% linen, tested for harmful substances

washable up to 60°C

available in different lengths

Additional Information

Design Agadir 4.60m x 0.70m, Chicago black 4.60 x 0.70m, Chicago smoke blue 4.60 x 0.70m, Darjeeling Pastelgreen 4.60m x 0.70m, Florenz 4.60m x 0.70m, Los Angeles orange 4.60 x 0.70m, Los Angeles turquoise 4.60 x 0.70m, Marakesch 4.60 x 0.70m, Marrakesch-kiwi 4.60 x 0.70m, Miami
4.90 out of 5

10 reviews for Hoppediz® Woven Wraps

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Orla O Grady on August 12, 2014:

    I have been lucky enough to try out the Hoppediz Los Angeles wrap in yellow and orange. I honestly have nothing but good thingd to say about this wrap. It was sooo soft and mouldable and made wrapping so easy. I tried lots of different carries with it, FWCC, BWCC, DH and ruck and all where perfect everytime. The material glides over itself making passes super easy. It creates a super sturdy, supportive wrap job every time.
    When I seen the picture of the wrap I was in two minds about the colour, but in reality it is a beautiful colour. (I’d normally go for blues, greens, purples). The two colours and the pattern make a beautiful double hammock :-) The other thing I was a bit sceptical was the pocket on the tail. I originally tought that it might make tieing off difficult, but it doesn’t interfer with tieing at all.
    This is a super wrap, suitable from baby to toddler (although my wrapee is only 10m). I also think Its a super wrap for a first time wrapper, while still offers everything an experienced wrapper would like.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Eilis Concannon on August 12, 2014:

    Hi everyone,
    So I had just over a week to test out the Hoppediz Los Angeles wrap.
    Beautiful Orange & Yellow colouring with gender neutral star pattern. I used it mainly on my daughter who is 6 months old but let the big lad have a quick test run too! (He is 2yrs old)
    We tried several different styles of wrapping and each worked very well. The wrap was extremely soft & comfortable to use – baby & toddler both felt weightless.
    The pocket came in handy – although a little unusual its came in handy. :)
    I just want to say a big thank you to Kangaroo Babies for the opportunity & loved giving it a test run!
    I def recommend this wrap for not only people used to wrapping – but also to those that are new to wrapping!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Kristin Halla-Mootz on August 27, 2014:

    I was given the opportunity to test out he lovely Hoppediz Los Angeles in a size 6. I was excited about the colour as I love orange and I love bright colours! It didn’t disappoint and the red of the ‘wrong’ side is so much fun to show off when wrapping. My wrappee is a 7 month old 20pound leg straightening chubber. He is worn most of the day as we do a lot of hill walking and hiking, and live on a farm. A wrap for us needs to be comfortable and supportive and breathable so we don’t overheat!
    This wrap came to me snuggly soft and blankety. I tried it in a variety if carries; dh with various finishes, bwcc with sweetheart finish, ruck tied tibetan, robins hip carry (bit much in a six cos of the tails). Hubby even gave it a go in a dh on one of our walks!
    I found it soft and extremely moldable, passes glided into place beautifully and it was very easy to tighten inch by inch to get a great fit. The wide width made it easy to get a lovely deep seat that my ds wasn’t able to pop, I did find it was a little less grippy than I prefer, but not so much that it made it hard to wrap with.
    It was breathable on our long hikes and so comfy on my picky shoulders. And ds snuggled in and slept every time he was up so I’d say he approved too! The pocket also came in super handy for my phone and car keys :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Dani Farrell on September 28, 2014:

    Hi all,

    I was lucky enough to test out the to-die-for orange and yellow Hoppediz Los Angeles wrap and found it a dream to work with. A relative newcomer to the wrapping world, I had previously tried a number of other brands but found them heavy and awkward to use. The Hoppediz was completely different and I found myself immediately at ease with handling all 4.6m of fabric with a wriggling 6 month old.

    While testing this wrap I attempted a number of wrap styles and found myself passing the fabric like a pro, this has to be down to its incredible softness and agility, as I am in no way an expert.

    Supper supple, it was gentle against the skin and did not cause any irritation (100% snuggly, soft cotton). This is especially important for me as both my daughter and I have incredible sensitive skin and at times suffer from mild eczema.

    Perfect for beginners, and the more experienced wrappers (yo!) alike, it is sold at a great price point, and comes in some fabulous colours, making this one great purchase!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rating by trionaquinn on October 5, 2014:

    I had the opportunity to try out the Hoppediz Los Angeles wrap in yellow & orange. I have never used a wrap before and I was pleasantly surprised to find it a lot easier than it looked. I was a bit nervous initially but after tying it a few times without my baby I soon felt confident enough to try it.
    I found the wrap extremely soft and my 10 week old son snuggled right in and was soon fast asleep. I found it extremely comfortable to wear and I was able to carry him for an extended period of time without any discomfort to either of us.
    I found this wrap extremely supportive and I have no doubt that it would be as supportive for older babies. I would definitely recommend this wrap, not just for someone starting out but also for the more experienced wrapper.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Mary KG on October 5, 2014:

    This wrap is extremely soft for a new woven wrap. it was very easy to pull material around and over baby when tightening due to this softness and flexibility

    I hadnt been able to use this wrap as much as i had anticipated the weeks trial i had it however i was pleased with its quality and amazing pattern the time i had it in. its worth the investment

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Kim Guerin on October 7, 2014:

    I’m gonna start by admitting I’m an out of practice wrapper as I’ve been using soft structured carriers since ds was around 9 months old!
    This wrap was extremely soft and mouldable right out of the box, and the colour was beautifully vibrant – not at all as bright as it appeared in photos.
    I did an FWCC with ds, which I hadn’t done in a long time, as he is quite heavy for front carries but is uncooperative in back wrapping. He was teething, and so very grumpy when I started wrapping, but by the time I had finished he had calmed down. Unfortunately, he only tolerated being wrapped for a few minutes before wanting out again, but for the few minutes in the wrap it was very comfortable for both of us (bearing in mind I am also 10 weeks pregnant!).
    My only previous experience with a Hoppediz was one I rented from my local library when ds was a few months old, however I found that one quite thick and hard to manage. By comparison, this one was easy to manage, and wrapped very nicely for me.
    I would recommend this as a good starter wrap, as it’s nice and soft, and it’s thin so easy to tighten and tie off, even for a beginner (or an out of practice wrapper like myself!).

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Noelle Keaney on December 2, 2014:

    I had the pleasure of using the Hoppediz Florenz wrap this week and loved it. It’s a linen/cotton blend and was soft coming to me so not much breaking in needed. It was lovely and supportive for my little girl who is over 10kg at 8 months! She was delighted to be wrapped in it too. The design and colour leave this a very versatile wrap. Despite my limited wrapping experience I would say that this is a good wrap for both beginners and those with more experience. This is a great value wrap!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rating by Jenny Lawler on January 1, 2015:

    I tried out the Florenz wrap in size 6. The design is absolutely stunning, and the monochrome colourway would go with anything, making this a versatile wrap. The linen blend is surprisingly soft – in comparison with other linen wraps I’ve tried – and I would say that this is suitable from newborn right up to toddler. I tried with a 4 month old and a 2.5 year old and it wrapped very comfortably!
    There is a pocket incorporated into one of the tails of the wrap, secured with a band of velcro. I was unsure of this at first – I thought it would be irritating when knotting tails. However as this was longer than my base wrap, I didn’t notice it.
    The only thing that I didn’t totally love about this wrap – and it is a purely aesthetic thing – was the black edging on one rail. Totally personal preference and that edge would help an inexperienced wrapper to keep track of rails so it’s probably a good thing :-)
    Overall I would happily buy this wrap, it’s a solid, soft, pliable and cushy all rounder and looks beautiful.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rating by admin on June 26, 2015:

    Review of Hoppediz Florenz 70% cotton 30% linen 220gr/m2 When Anja asked me to try out the Florenz wrap I almost bit her hand off! My first ever wrap was a Hoppediz and they hold a very special place in my heart. I loved that jacquard wrap but eventually had to pass it on because my baby was getting too heavy for 100% cotton. So when Florenz was presented to me – a linen blend – I couldn’t wait to try it. First impressions of it – I must admit I wasn’t too gone on the colour and design, I love high contrast but this needed a bit more oomph for me but that’s just personal taste. Next I couldn’t believe how thin it was – it feels too thin to be 220gr/m2. And soft, nice and soft – that would be the cotton content, although I don’t know how many mamas had it before me breaking it in! I love the linen nubs and slubs because, as with hemp, I think it adds character and individuality to a wrap. So now to put my chunk (14.2kg) up! My go-to carry is a DHTIF because I need multi passes and it’s the most secure-feeling for us. I throw him up and go for a quick 30min walk. Yup, this ticks all the boxes. Next day I throw him up again and go for a 5km walk. Hmmmm, half way through he started to sag a bit and by the time we got home he had slunk down quite a bit (I like to have him high) and I felt my shoulders beginning to hurt. I pleat my shoulder passes and if I didn’t do that- this wrap would definitely have cut into me. After that I was reluctant to put him up and do my 10km in it. But I must reiterate that my 19mth old is very heavy and carries all his weight on his butt and thighs so a lighter child wouldn’t be a problem I would imagine. This would be a great summer wrap or housework wrap. It’s incredibly airy, breathable and mouldable, passes glide with very little effort. And of course I love that there is a pocket at the end of one of the tails!! You don’t realise how handy it is until you don’t have it! Basically hurray for Hoppediz Florenz if you don’t happen to have a chunky monkey!
    Emer (Dublin)

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