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Cover for Mei Tai
Created to transform your Mei Tai into an elegant, ceremonial, more colorful garment or simply for variation, the MHUG Covers are practical accessories in cotton, wool, silk and refined fabrics, all in limited editions . Choose which ones best match your Mei Tai and be amazed at how you can change your look , also thanks to a baby carrier.
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Match your look to the baby carrier with one of our many Covers
- Drag the slider left or right to see how to modify your Mei Tai with one of our cases!
The most eccentric, an explosion of fantasy and color that will certainly not go unnoticed.
Brocades, silks, cottons, blends and wools: different materials for a single common thread: romanticism. Expressed in hearts, flowers and patterns.
Cover "for Dad"
Prevalence of solid colors and more classic patterns. Cottons, cashmere, silks and wools declined in many variations. real something
Are they easy to put on?
Yes, how to put on a pillowcase, below you will find a video tutorial.
Why are they hygienic?
- They are easily washable, so in addition to changing your look they allow you to keep your baby carrier clean.
- Any regurgitation is no longer a problem!
Composition and washing
They are offered in many fabrics: silks, brocades, wools, cashmere, etc. The interior is always in 100% certified cotton, safe in contact with your baby.
Except those in delicate fabrics, they are machine washable.
Choose which Mei Tais to match with the Covers
Three collections for you
Theory and practice
The most complete book on babywearing
“A fundamental book for new parents, which I also recommend to young doctors starting their specialization in paediatrics”.
Dr. Franco De Luca , pediatrician and author of the book Children and (too many) medicines , Ed. Il Leone Verde
Theoretical text and practical guide on the world of babywearing, with illustrations and photos, was used as a reference text for UNI 11736:2019, the safety standard for baby carriers and baby carriers
Dr. Antonio Marra, Head - Neonatal Intensive Care
Dr. Ilaria Stucchi, Neonatologist.
Dr. Marina Baldocci, Obstetrician.
Dr. Piera Angela Bongiovanni, Obstetrician
Dr. Maria Grazia Biagini
Dr. Silvain MIstichelli, Osteopath
Dr. Federica Mattei, Psychologist
Dr. Emanuela Geraci, Prenatal Counselor and Doula
Dr. Angela Di Noia, midwife and breastfeeding consultant
Dr. Laura Allemagna, expert in neonatal bioenergetic massage.
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