The wrap itself, Nenes de Leche (translates as ˈchildren of milkˈ, isn’t that cute?) is a true newborn skinny piece but quite rough to touch, with plenty of lumps and irregularities of the twill – this is understandably due to being all made of recycled materials and it creates a very interesting structure of the wrap, which fully compensates the lack of a pattern in my opinion. Being rough, it slides very little while tying and holds tight in the carry, but it is not springy or elastic very much and it was not easy to tighten it perfectly. I felt my shoulders quite considerably with my nearly 9kg Emilka after a while in the front cross carry – it really is not a toddler piece. On the other hand, I would not recommend it for little babies because of its rough structure.
I also want to comment on the length of the wrap – the information I had when I signed up for the testing was that it should be size 6. In reality, I measured 434 cm, and moreover, the wrap has very long bevelled tips. Therefore, I am quite positive it is a size 5, dear AYU, please do not feel offended (however, size 5 is my base so I was OK with it in the end).