$5 FLAT RATE Shipping on All Orders!

"Marrakech-Orange Spice" Linen Sling

$97.50

Size
Add to Wishlist

Product Details

Marrakech-Orange Spice Linen Sling
by: Comfy Joey   
                                                                                                                            
Comfy Joey is proud to present its Linen Sling Collection. These luxurious slings are made in the USA with the versatile CJ Hybrid Shoulder, which allows wearers to spread the sling fabric wide to hug the shoulder, virtually eliminating pressure points, or gather the shoulder fabric narrowly, maximizing freedom of movement for your arm with very little bulk. We have tested the CJ Hybrid Shoulder with wearers of different builds, and we think you will love it.

 Our 100% linen fabric, airy and supportive, though a bit stiff at first, will soften with wash and use. Linen slings are good for newborns or toddlers, and excellent for summer heat.

Care: If your sling gets a smudge or two on it, gently wash in cool water and hang to dry.

Shoulder: CJ-HybridTM Shoulder  
Care: Cold Wash/Air Dry  
Fabric: A Single-Layer of 100% Linen  
Hardware: Medium Silver   
Use: Birth to 30 pounds

**To maximize user comfort given the supportiveness of this fabric, we recommend using these slings from birth to 30 pounds, although they can be used safely with babies of up to 35 pounds.**

Comfy Joey's Linen Slings feature the CJ-HybridTM Shoulder
 For slings, which are designed to be adjustable, size is essentially a matter of how how long you prefer your sling tail. We suggest choosing the size of sling that matches your fitted shirt size (ex: size Medium fitted shirt=size medium sling).

 Our measurements are taken on unthreaded slings, from the top to the bottom of the tail. Sizes go up in 5-inch increments, so Small slings are 73” long, Mediums are 78” long, Larges are 83” long, and XLarges are 88”  long.

 By nature, Comfy Joey Linen fabrics will display the color variations, loose threads, and tiny snags characteristic of natural fibers. These variations should in no way be considered flaws or defects, as they serve to enhance the fabrics unique beauty. 

 

View More