Composition: 77 % cotton, 23 % polyesther
Weight: 330 g/m2 according to the manufacturer
Anyone who read our spring mega-review of Dekka wraps already knows and understands – no pink, no Tilia, no polyesther for me (although the pink neon weft is not twice as bad). All the Tilias are amazingly soft and fluffy, and despite their thick-blanket-like weight their cooperation while tying and behavior while carrying puts them among the top ten wraps in my imaginary super-stack of wraps I have tried so far. Chris is not different. Moreover it does not wrinkle at all and if you are not harsh with him (and do not sweat too much) it is also as easycare as you ever dreamt of a wrap to be. This is partly thanks to the polyesther – however, these artificial materials tend to become a bit lumpy over time due to wearing and repeated laundering, just as the Plectrum Neo wrap with identical composition we previously tested. This particular Chris was not that lumpy at the time we were testing it and I cannot say if it would also catch the “lump disease” as his older neon brother, anyway thanks to the pattern and color the lumps would be less visible at least. Loose fluffy twill = prone towards pulls. But if you do not keep a pack of nosy kittens at home do not mind manage a little pull from time to time, Chris would be a truly easygoing companion.
The wrap tested in our babywearing group during the grand summer Dekka tour came to us directly from the Dekka family, however the one we tested in spring (as you can see in the photos) belongs to one of our most beloved fellow-wearers and wrapmaniacs Klára to whom go our immense thanks!