Tula carriers set out to support the physical, emotional, and social well-being of toddlers/parents. Its carriers marry functionality with overall health for both baby and carrier. It is extremely lightweight and highly functional.

Made with 100% cotton, Tula carriers are easily washable and breathable. They come with ample storage options. The carrier folds up into a convenient hip pouch when not in use, making it ideal for travel.

The most important feature of the carrier is that it is ergonomic. It adjusts easily to the physical needs of a growing child. For a newborn, it cradles the infant gently. For an older child, it offers proper support for growing bodies. The carrier’s design promotes proper alignment of the baby’s hips and spine. The extra padded seat makes it comfortable for baby to be in all day.

Not only is the product great for baby, but for parents, too. Wide shoulder and waist bands evenly distribute the weight of the child without straining the back. A buckle clip at the top allows for the strongest back bones to carry the brunt of the weight. The wide waistband supports the lower back.

The result is a comfortable, healthy product for both baby and parent.

Carriers Are An Investment

For a parent, a carrier should be an investment. A carrier ultimately should provide comfort for both parent and child. Parents should not experience back strain while carrying their child. It takes away from the enjoyment of being out and about with your baby. Not to mention that it is not healthy, either.

Carriers that allow a toddler to be carried on the hip can misalign hips. But the danger is how it impacts the lower back. Walking is compromised because weight is not being evenly distributed. Therefore, it misaligns the spine, ultimately causing lower back discomfort.

Additionally, the carrier should support baby’s growth and promote health as well. The majority of growth happens when a child is young. Therefore, proper structure becomes essential to avoid problems as they grow.

Carriers need to promote proper alignment of spine and hip. They also need to properly support the baby’s head as their skull develops.

The next thing to look for is the longevity of the product. Will it only last a few months before going up a size? Moreover, parents need to consider whether it is built to support a growing child.

Reinforced padding and stitching are handy in carrier construction. A growing child is going in and out of the carrier. There will be wear and tear.

Tula Carrier Overview

The Tula carriers come with a variety of options. The core features of the product are that they are lightweight and breathable. They are ergonomic, which aids in comfort for both baby and parent.

All carriers are fully adjustable to handle multiple users and a growing child. The carrier places the infant’s weight on sturdy bones which are able to support it. This eliminates back strain. Padded shoulder and neck straps create comfort while the wide waist band supports the lower back.

Many carriers allow a child’s feet to dangle. Tula carriers incorporate an m-shaped seat designed to promote proper support. It gives the correct hip support and encourages joint movement. The child’s legs are opened more, allowing for less pressure on their spine and hips due to the weight distribution.

Soft padded leg openings also keep the baby comfortable while in the carrier. The breathable fabric means the baby will not overheat while in the carrier, either.

While fundamentally similar, there are a few differences between Tula Carriers:

Tula Light Carrier (12-30 lbs.)

baby tula light compact baby carrier isolated on white background
  • Tula Light Carrier has a detachable hood
  • Lightweight, quick dry, ripstop fabric
  • Carrier folds into a hip pouch for convenient storage (YouTube Video)
  • Front and back carrier
  • Designed for flexibility and ease of use

Explore Baby Carrier (7-45 lbs.)

baby tula explore coast mason adjustable baby carrier
  • The Explore Baby Carrier has a six-in-one carrying position
  • Neck support is padded and can be worn in three different ways

Free To Grow (7-45 lbs.)

baby tula free to grow coast mesh baby carrier
  • Free to Grow adjusts for growth from snug baby position to early toddler
  • Front/back carry for long-term use
  • Promotes healthy hip and spine development
  • Multiple adjustments as baby grows

Baby Tula Standard (15-45 lbs.)

baby tula standard coast mesh baby carrier
  • The Baby Tula Standard Carrier has an M-position seat. It allows for the safe development of a baby’s body
  • Back and front carry, natural position
  • Can be used for 7-15 lbs only with a Tula Infant Insert (not included)

Toddler (25-60 lbs.)

baby tula coast mesh toddler carrier
  • The Tula Toddler Carrier also has an m-position seat
  • Back and front carry
  • Used for kids two-to-six years old, beginning when the child is a minimum of 32” tall

Preschool (35-70 lbs.)

  • Carrier is taller and wider
  • More durable with reinforced structure with more layers. Increased stitching as well
  • Multiple adjustments to find perfect fit
  • Used when child is a 4T size

Half Buckle (Hybrid Carrier)

  • Body panel adjusts to three width settings and two height settings for a snug position
  • Padded, crossable shoulder straps evenly distribute weight for proper support. They are easily adjustable to the wearer
  • Back, front, and hip carry options
  • No infant insert required

Signature Carrier (Limited Edition)

  • Handwoven, handmade, and soft
  • Ultimate comfort for baby
  • Crafted in Bialystok, Poland
  • Keeps your baby extra cozy
  • Created by small woven companies, textile artists, and are often women-led

Ring Sling (Signature) (8-35 lbs.)

  • Comes in standard or long length
  • Easily adjusts to growth
  • Versatile carry positions from front to hip carry
  • Compact and versatile for easy travel

Coast Mesh Baby and Toddler Carriers (15-45 lbs.)

baby tula standard coast mesh baby carrier
  • The Coast Mesh Baby and Toddler carrier contains a breathable mesh panel and ventilated carrier
  • Great for active lifestyles and warm weather locations
  • Available in all sizes
  • M-position seat
  • Seven pounds with a Tula Infant insert, which is sold separately.

The Proof Is In The Construction

Most people enjoy the Tula Carrier because it is lightweight and comfortable. Most people love the fact it’s easy to use and remark on its longevity.

Parents report they prefer the roominess of the carrier. They love the fact that the baby is free to move. They also like the deep seat which holds the baby firmly in place. The fabric is described as thin and breathable, yet strong. Users appreciate the simplicity and ease of use.

Additionally, parents love the back support. They don’t get tired or sore when carrying their child. They love the even weight distribution coupled with the wide waistband and shoulder straps. According to one lady, the carrier eliminated what she called a “carrier muffin top.”

Overall, what most parents appreciated was that it was both stylish and comfortable. The extra leg padding for the baby didn’t leave marks, dig into the baby’s skin, or make the baby uncomfortable.

Plus-sized parents appreciated the wide, extendable band, which extends from 69-145 cm. This meant that it could easily wrap around their waist.

The carrier itself was easy to clean and durable. Parents claim that it is well-worth the investment.

Comparable Alternatives Close, But Not Quite

Ergobaby Cool Air 360 makes a comparable product that is a bit more cost-effective. It has many of the same features as the Tula Carriers. It is breathable, lightweight, and easily cleaned. A baby hood is included to ease in the privacy of breast-feeding and for overall heat protection.

ergobaby 360 all position baby carrier with lumbar support and cool air mesh

It can be worn forward or rear facing, is ergonomic, and has lumbar support. The only con is it does not have the same age range as Tula. It also does not have as many storage options.

The Ergonomic 360 Baby Soft Carrier, made by Glisoo, is comparable to the Tula. It has a wide belt for lumbar support. It also has multiple storage options. Six positions make it very versatile. It comes with a headrest and sleeping hood.

the ergonomic 360 baby soft carrier

The main difference between the two is in the construction. It has a temperature control panel that rolls down. The parent zips down the roller blind air panel to reveal a cool mesh ventilation. Closing it adds extra warmth for the baby if needed.

While the straps are cushioned, they aren’t as wide as the Tula Carrier. They may dig into the shoulders of whoever wears it. It does, though, offer a wide back support.

The Tula Carrier is the ultimate in comfort and functionality. It allows parents to store items in storage areas while on the go. Wide neck, shoulder, and waist straps allow for all-day comfort by not placing a strain on the back.

The carrier promotes both comfort to the baby and proper spine alignment. This is essential to maintain as the baby grows. With a plethora of features, finding the right design is fairly easy. It boils down to preference and lifestyle.

The Tula Carrier is the most diverse product on the market. Parents and babies are sure to enjoy it. It is designed to be long-lasting and is definitely worth the investment.

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