Oscha Baby Wrap Sekai Sail

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Oscha Baby Wrap Sekai Sail

Oscha Baby Wrap Sekai Sail

Regular price $185.00 USD
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Oscha Baby Wrap Sekai Sail

Wrap Qualities: Hint of cush, Buttery soft, Shimmery, Lovely drape, Easy care

Description:

✔ Perfect for all ages ✔ Soft & Mouldable ✔ Eco-friendly blend

Woven on a gorgeous fade of fresh ocean blues this beautiful baby wrap features a blend soft organic cotton and shimmery golden Tencel for a lovely, buttery soft baby carrier.

This organic cotton and Tencel baby wrap comes ready to use straight from the bag. With a lovely shine and a hint of cush, this handmade baby wrap is perfect for smaller kids but is supportive enough for toddlers too when using multi-layer carries.

Low impact and produced from wood pulp using a closed loop system, Tencel is a great, ethical alternative to cotton and offers silky softness, strength and a wonderful shimmer. Our organic cotton is softer and stronger than most normal cottons, produced ethically this cotton is grown with care and without chemicals keeping the land, and farmers, healthy.

Oscha Slings are ethically handcrafted in Scotland.

Details:

Material:  50% BCI Organic Combed Cotton, 50% Tencel 

Colors: 
Shdes of Blue

Fabric Weight
: approx. 320 GSM (heavier weight)

Fabric Width:  26 inches / 66 cm 

Care Instructions: Wash at 30 degrees, avoiding bleach and fabric softener. Hang to dry, cool tumble dry can be used but air drying is recommended. Iron on a cool setting.

Please allow 1.5 weeks for shipping.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping Information

Free Shipping on Orders over $150

In-stock orders are processed within 72 business hours after receiving your order confirmation email.

 
If an item is on back-order, you will receive an email to notify you.

Once your order is shipped from our warehouse, you will receive an email notifying you your order has been shipped. 

Please note, we see delays in the initial scan of packages at USPS and Canada Post, and this is outside of our control.

We appreciate your patience. 

International Shipping

Outside of North America? No problem! Shipping charges for your order will be calculated and displayed at checkout. 

Internationally, we offer Carrier Calculated Shipping and a $15 Flat rate Partially Tracked Shipping

Your order may be subject to import duties and taxes, which may be incurred once a shipment reaches your destination country.

Little Zen One is not responsible for these charges if they are applied, and so they are your responsibility as the customer. 

How do I check the status of my order?

When your order has shipped, you will receive an email notification from us which will include a tracking number you can use to check its status. Please allow 48-72 hours for the tracking information to update as there are delays at Canada Post and  USPS with the initial scan. 

In North America, If you haven’t received your order within 10 days of receiving your shipping confirmation email, please contact us at hello @ littlezenone.com with your name and order number, and we will look into it for you.

If you are outside of North America, please allow 21 days before contacting us.

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Refunds, returns, and exchanges

We accept returns up to 30 days after delivery if the items are unused and in its original condition (not tried on), as per our Return Policy.

If your order is eligible for a return, we will refund your order amount minus the shipping costs and a 10% restocking fee. Please view our full return policy here.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at hello @ littlezenone.com.

Size Guide

Welcome to Little Zen One Baby Carriers and Babywearing Accessories.

First, please check out our interactive woven wrap size chooser here.

When choosing the size for a woven wrap there are a few things to consider:

  1. The size of whomever is using the wrap.
  2. The carries you would like to do.
  3. The size of your child(ren) being wrapped.

Typically, the first wrap people get is their base. The base size is the size you can do the most carries with!

First wrap? Get your Base Size!
A "base size" can be determined by the shortest length of wrap you need to do a Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC). This size will allow you to do many  full length carries. Every body is different, but most will find their base in the 5 - 7 range. Your child’s size won’t make a noticeable difference in your base size.

Women's Base Size:

US shirt size 4 - 8              -> Size 5 wrap

US shirt size 8 -12              -> Size 6 wrap

US shirt size 14 - 20          -> Size 7 wrap

US shirt size 22 - 26           -> Size 8 wrap

Wrap Size M IN. Feet
   
 2 2.7 106.29 8.85

3

 

3.2

125.98

10.49

4

 

3.7

145.66

12.13

5

 

4.2

165.35

13.77

6

 

4.7

185.03

15.41

7

 

5.2

204.72

17.06

8

 

5.7

224.4

18.7

 

Once you’ve determined your base size, you can find your “shorty” size wrap by subtracting 2 sizes. If your base size is a 6, you will usually find a size 4 will work well for a Ruck carry tied in front.

Sizes are based on Didymos measurements, but they can vary due to the unique nature of woven material.

Size 2 = 2.7m, Size 3 = 3.2m, Size 4 = 3.7m, Size 5 = 4.2m, Size 6 = 4.7m, Size 7 = 5.2m, Size 8 = 5.7m.

The width of Didymos wovens will range between wraps. While most widths will work for everyone, wide wraps would be better for toddlers, and a more narrow wrap would be better for infants. However, I use narrow wraps with my toddler. Again, this comes down to preference.

If you have a wrap you’d like to measure, use a soft tape and measure along one rail. Follow this video for detailed instructions.

Woven wraps are measured along one rail. A rail refers to the long edge of the wrap (like train tracks).

The majority of machine wovens, like Didymos, are finished with tapered ends allowing for a trimmer knot and easier tie-off. You will discover your preferences with practice. You may find long tails get in your way. Alternatively, you may find you love the look of long tails, or want to explore different “finishes” those long tails can be used for.

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