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    Default Looking for carrier with long straps

    Hi,
    My husband is a bigger guy (6 foot 3 and solid) but I want to buy a carrier that we can both wear with baby.
    I know Baby Bjorn gets a bad wrap but looking at the new One model or possibly a Tula. Just not sure what will fit?
    Thanks!

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    The One does have long straps. I'm not tall, but wide ☺ Goes around me with no trouble and lots of room to spare.

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    Okay great! Thanks!

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    See if you can go into a shop and try some on to see what you like ☺

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    Tula's got heaps of strap length too

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    I've thought about that and really must, but it's really hot where I live at the moment so just haven't gotten around to it. I'm so bad! I order so much online!

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    I really like the patterns of the Tulas. Ah decisions! Thanks for the info!

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    My guy is over 6 foot and uses a Tula

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    I have an ergo sport that went around me when I was 94kgs (size 18) with some room to spare and fits hubby easily (over 6ft)

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    Ergo make a large ergo i believe?

    Eta. Link: http://www.babesinarms.com.au/ergoba...-x-tra-carrier
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