MHUG Poncho Grey
From 3 months to 3 years. As babies grow up, it becomes the perfect throat cover.
Made in Italy, craftsmanship.
Complete the look:
MHUG Mei Tai Foggy
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MHUG Poncho Grey
Yes, how to put on a pillowcase, you will find a video tutorial below.
Made in Italy
The real and demonstrable one, a guarantee of quality and production control.
Operating locally has also allowed us to cultivate beautiful human relationships over the years and to learn from the expertise of our craftsmen.
We use certified fabrics (including Oeko-Tex, Gots). We have also tested our fabrics independently, making use of the skills of the Innov-hub laboratories, a company wholly owned by the Milan Chamber of Commerce.
Since 2006 we have constantly looked for solutions to limit waste. Some of our accessories are produced using scraps of fabric, which otherwise would have gone to waste.
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Our range of baby carriers
Cambia il tuo look!
Nate per trasformare il tuo Mei Tai in un capo elegante, da cerimonia, più colorato o semplicemente per variare, le MHUG Cover sono pratici accessori in cotone, lana, seta e tessuti ricercati, tutti in edizione limitata. Scegli quali si abbinano meglio al tuo Mei Tai e stupisciti di come puoi cambiare il tuo look, anche grazie a un portabebè.
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Beauty is timeless, and it would be a shame not to re-evaluate it. But this is not the only reason that prompted us to create this project: tons of fabrics...
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.”
Dr. Antonio Marra, Head - Neonatal Intensive Care
Dr. Ilaria Stucchi, Neonatologist.
Dr. Marina Baldocci, Obstetrician.
Dr. Piera Angela Bongiovanni, Obstetrician
Dr. Silvain MIstichelli, Osteopath
Dr. Maria Grazia Biagini
Dr. Federica Mattei, Psychologist
Dr. Franco de Luca. Pediatrician and author of "Children and too many medicines".
Dr. Emanuela Geraci, Prenatal Counselor and Doula
Dr. Angela Di Noia, midwife and breastfeeding consultant
Dr. Laura Allemagna, expert in neonatal bioenergetic massage.
Dr. Daniela Uslenghi, Psychologist and Director of the Hoffman Institute.