Wacotto is the stretchable stylish scarf + baby sling made in Japan. It is convenient, durable, easy-to-use, light, safe, simple, and stylish.
6 months (or when baby can sit up unsupported) up to 36 months (15 kg).
*Safe to be used by pregnant moms (keep baby on your hip)
Red & Navy
Choices of size for a better fit
With different sizes available, Wacotto will fit more comfortably both on the wearer and the baby.
The recommended size chart is based on the wearer’s height and under bust measurement.
Available sizes: L, 2L, 3L and 4L.
- Width: 30 cm
L = 42 cm
2L = 46 cm
3L = 49 cm
4L = 51 cm
Why We Love It
Compact and Light
Wacotto weighs only 70g and it can fit inside any handbag.
Safe & Durable
Wacotto is made of triple-stitched, knitted polyester and is manufactured using a seamless technique to achieve maximum strength and stretch.
It is 100% made in Japan.
Wacotto is not just a great baby carrier. It’s a stylish scarf, too.
Superior air flow
The material does not retain heat.
Comfortable & Stretchable
Wacotto supports baby’s weight with deltoid muscle, which is very strong. Hence, it is more comfortable when carrying baby for longer period.
The knit structure also spread evenly over your shoulder, thus staying in position.
Ideal Babywearing Position
Wacotto supports the C curve of baby’s spine in which it extend horizontally to cover the baby’s back. Its elastic fabric fits snuggly maintaining baby’s C Curve.
According to the International Hip Dysplasia Institute*, “the healthiest position is for the hips to fall or spread (naturally) apart to the side, with the thighs supported and the hips and knees bent”. Carrying baby in Wacotto allows this frog-position or M-Position.
Simple & Easy-to-use
No ring, no buckle, no other extra parts. Just a soft and elegant piece of fabric that securely bound you and your child in 3 easy steps.
How to Use
Some tips on wearing Wacotto!
The brand tag “Wacotto” should always face front.
The fabric must cover your baby’s back, buttock & thighs. Ensure the bottom edge of the fabric is stretched up to baby's knee joint (both legs).
Choosing the right size matters, too.
If you find it difficult to place your baby in the sling:
1. Wear the sling over one side of your neck first
2. Place baby inside the sling
3. Pull the sling over your shoulder