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    Default Ergo carrier ~ which one!

    Hi all, I'm looking at getting a ergo carrier for my now 4month old. I'm just looking for some recomendations for one that would suit hotter climates (I live in Alice Springs) is the original the best bet or will the sport or traveller one be better? I'm going to be using it for grocery shopping and trips with bub, one that will hopefully encourage sleep on the go! TIA

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    I have the original and love it! I have used it in sydney 40 degree summers as well as on holiday in Cairns (very hot and humid!) and it was never unbearably hot with it on, and DD loved sleeping in it!

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    Great, is that the one with the hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rookiemum View Post
    Great, is that the one with the hood?
    Yep it is

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    I had the original one and I'm in muggy brissy. I used it ALL the time and especially for shopping. We even used to walk all day around movie world in the middle of summer and bub was perfectly fine. I loved my ergo

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    I have the Ergo Sport, it is supposed to be really breathable but I get a sweaty tummy, even on cold winter days. But I think that's just coz my chubby bubba is pushed up against my belly, and would happen with any carrier.

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    I was recommended the Ergo Performance by my Chiro.

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    I use the performance in Darwin. But it is more humid than a dry heat. I used the original through 40 degree heat in Adelaide without issue but found it too for Darwin.

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