Infinity Carrier


The Mama Collective Infinity Carrier is a must-have for new mothers and babies! The bamboo stretch fabric of the baby carrier allows for a snug fit whilst also being breathable. This wrap carrier is easy to use, lightweight and safely holds your baby close to your chest. The colour of this carrier is Beige.

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The Bestselling Bamboo Baby Carrier

Is there anything better than having your hands free while carrying your baby comfortably and safely? We don’t think so! The Infinity Carrier is a must-have for new bubbas and mamas! The bamboo stretch fabric allows for a snug fit whilst also being breathable.

No buckles! No clips! Hands-free baby wearing!

When buying a baby carrier, there are a few things you must consider:

More than any other feature, you want your baby to be safe when being carried. The Infinity Carrier keeps your baby tight and upright, which prevents accidental falls. The sling allows you to position your baby’s head comfortably and easily to ensure they can breathe. Unlike most commercial baby carriers, The Infinity Carrier promotes the optimum position for hip health.

Of course, your baby needs to be comfortable, but it is extremely important for you to be comfortable too because wearing a baby can put a huge strain on your back and neck if the carrier isn’t right. The Infinity Carrier supports your back and the soft material has enough stretch to allow you to move.

For the most comfortable wrap, please look at the 10 step guide provided here.

It is common knowledge that synthetic materials are not ideal for breathability when it comes to carriers and slings. Our baby carrier is made from bamboo material which is one of the softest and breathable fabrics in the world. 

The Infinity Carrier is made of organic bamboo which stretches but also grows with your baby. It is durable and can be used until your baby doesn’t need to be in a carrier any longer. 

Baby wearing benefits include:

  • Reduces crying
  • Helps regulate baby’s heartbeat, temperature &breathing patterns
  • Assists with breastfeeding
  • Enhances connection between mum and baby
  • Eases everyday life!
  • This is a game changer, especially if you have multiple childrenIt is very important to keep these safety points in mind whilst wearing one:
  • T: Tight. Baby should be upright and tight enough in a carrier that they’re held safely against whoever is wearing them. This helps prevent accidental falls.
  • I: In view at all times. Baby’s face should be visible to you so you can monitor their breathing. You can also keep a better eye on your baby’s mood if you can see them.
  • C: Close enough to kiss. Can you lower your head and kiss the top of your baby’s head? If not, you should reposition them in the carrier until they’re high enough to kiss with little effort.
  • K: Keep chin off chest. Look at your baby to ensure there’s a gap of about two fingers wide under their chin. If they’re in a good upright position with their spine curved and legs squatting, it’s less likely that their chin will drop.
  • S: Supported back. While you want your baby to be secure, resist over-tightening the carrier over their back. You should have your carrier tight enough that there’s no gap between your baby and your body, but loose enough that you can slide your hand into the carrier.Designed in Australia, made in China

    Tag us in your baby carrier photo! @themamacollective_goldcoast and receive a discount for your next purchase

    Material: Bamboo/Spandex knit

    Measures approx – 4.5m long by 50cm wide

Frequently asked questions:

Are wrap carriers safe for newborns?
Absolutely yes! As with any baby wearing item, you must always check that there is space between the baby face and your chest. 

Are slings or carriers better for newborns?
While slings work best for newborns in the cradle position,
wraps grow with your child since you have options for distributing the child’s weight so that you, the carrier, are most comfortable.

Can you wear your baby too much?
Not at all. Babies love to be held, so carrying a baby in our Infinity Carrier whenever you need to is ok!

When should I stop using the baby carrier?
When the baby is about 10-13kgs, the baby carrier will start to become uncomfortable with the weight of the baby and it’s at that time when you should stop using a baby carrier.

Designed in Australia, made in China
Tag us in your baby carrier photo! @themamacollective_goldcoast and receive a discount for your next purchase
Material: Bamboo/Spandex



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