MHUG Mei Tai Jungle
One of the new previews, from the jungle...Mei Tai Jungle! In 100% cotton, dubbed: organic and certified Oeko Tex Standard 100 class I, for total safety (Children "suck" the fabrics and the substances are also absorbed with contact through the skin)
Doubled yarn, totaling over 260g/m² , for excellent support and weight distribution. (Tolerance +/- 5%)
Watch the video to see how you can transform your Mei Tai, and your look, with beautiful MHUG Cover .
- Quick to put on
- Adjustable, it adapts to all body types.
In 100% doubled cotton: organic and certified, for total safety (children "suck" the fabrics and the substances are also absorbed through skin contact).
Doubled yarn, totaling over 260g/m² , for excellent support and weight distribution. (Tolerance +/- 5%).
MHUG Mei Tai Jungle
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Why a Mei Tai (and not a normal fanny pack)?
A MHUG carrier, unlike preformed baby carriers, is soft and enveloping, and adapts perfectly to the growing child's body.
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Composition and washing
100% certified cotton, machine washable.
Up to what weight of the child is it used?
Our Mei Tai is tested up to 18 kg, but we advise you to listen and respect your body. Avoid overloading yourself if you are not trained.
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Physiological position in M
In a MHUG carrycot, the hips are naturally wide apart, with the thighs supported by the support and the knees bent. In this position, called "M" or "folded spread" (often defined by the English term Spread Squatting Position ), the child's weight is well discharged without generating pressure on the hips.
Change your look!
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.
A MHUG EXCLUSIVE
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!
Have you ever tried to bag a stroller?
How to fold the Mei Tai in a few moves.
1, 2,3... et voilà!
Belly to belly
- Media type : Mei Tai.
- Difficulty : 1 LOW.
- Position of the child : tummy to tummy, "KANGAROO" style.
- Age range : from 3.5 kg to 18 kg.
- Type of cover : double layer plus light padding.
Note: Use when baby opens legs spontaneously.
On the back
Position to be used from about 5-6 months (each child is a world unto itself), of medium difficulty.
Get assistance if you are inexperienced, try until you feel confident next to a soft surface.
Note : suitable from when the child perfectly supports his head and controls the seat.
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I tried the MHUG Mei Tai without looking at the instructions and was able to fix it easily! The children liked it falling asleep blessed, it's really very comfortable; I particularly like it because it is not bulky and therefore easily portable everywhere. I would recommend it to the moms I follow!”
Thanks to MHUG, I was able to reconcile my role as a 'mummy mammal' with that of a 'woman at work'. I suggest it to all mothers, so that they can give themselves and their children the perfect size, which today's hectic pace tends to upset.”
What is the much-named M position?
👉🏻 Also known as the ′′ spread squat position ′′ or jockey position, it's the one where the baby stands with his legs spread and his hips bent, so the...