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Can you provide recommendations for baby carriers that are suitable for hot climates or for use in the summer?

Hi everyone,

I'm a new mom and I'm looking for recommendations on baby carriers that are suitable for use in hot climates or during the summer months. I live in a tropical country where the weather is usually hot and humid all year round, and I would love to find a carrier that is breathable and won't make my little one and me too hot.

I've done some research online, but there are so many options out there and I'm not sure where to start. I would appreciate any suggestions or personal experiences you all have had with baby carriers that are good for hot weather. I'm open to any type of carrier - wraps, slings, structured carriers - as long as they are comfortable and safe for my baby.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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Hi there,

I live in an area with similar climate and I've found that the Baby Tula Free-to-Grow carrier works really well for me and my baby. It has a breathable mesh panel and the fabric is lightweight, so it doesn't trap heat. The adjustable straps also allow for good airflow and I find that it's quite comfortable for long periods of wear.

Another option that I've heard good things about is the Ergobaby Omni 360 Air Mesh carrier. This carrier also has a breathable mesh panel and adjustable straps for a comfortable fit. It's suitable for babies from newborn to toddler, so it's a good long-term investment.

I hope this helps!


Hi everyone,

I live in a country with hot and humid weather too, and I found the Moby Wrap to be a lifesaver during the summer months. The fabric is thin and lightweight, which made it easy to use even in the worst heat. Plus, the wrap style allowed me to adjust it based on how much body heat we were generating, so I could keep my baby cool and comfortable even on the hottest days.

If you're looking for a structured carrier, I've also heard good things about the LILLEbaby All Seasons carrier. It has a mesh panel that can be zipped up to protect your baby from the sun, but can also be left open for more airflow. The carrier is designed to distribute weight evenly, which makes it comfortable to wear for long periods of time.

I hope this helps!


Hey there,

I live in a tropical city as well, and I must say that the Boba Wrap is the best baby carrier that worked for me during summer. The fabric is ultra-soft and stretchy, providing a snug fit for your little one. Also, it has a blend of 5% Spandex which makes it wick away moisture and sweat quickly, leaving you and your baby feeling cool and dry. It's easy to fold and pack, making it perfect for carrying on travel.

Besides, the Beco Gemini Mesh carrier is also a great option for hotter weather. The lightweight mesh material allows for proper airflow, and the padded shoulder straps offer good adjustment for support and comfort. The carrier is soft to the touch, which is perfect for your newborn's sensitive skin.

I hope this helps you out. Congratulations on having a little one!



I used the Baby K'tan Breeze carrier during the summer months and it worked wonders for me and my little one. The fabric is made of lightweight and breathable mesh, which ensures good ventilation and prevents heat buildup. It's easy to wear, and you can adjust it to fit your size. Unlike wraps that require complicated wrapping, this carrier comes ready to wear out of the box, which makes it perfect for new parents who are still getting used to babywearing.

Another carrier that I'd recommend is the Nalakai Ring Sling. Made from 100% sustainably-sourced bamboo and linen, the sling is soft, strong and durable. The fabric breathes well, and it folds compactly for easy packing on the go. The ring sling is versatile, lightweight and comes in a range of beautiful colors and prints, which moms would love.

I hope this helps you in finding the right baby carrier for summers. Good luck!

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