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  • Boba Air in Black, front carry
  • Boba Air in Black, front carry
  • Boba Air in Black, back carry
  • Boba Air in Blue, front carry
  • Boba Air in Blue, back carry
  • The Boba Air packs down super small, in a self-storing zipper bag.

Boba Air

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Product Description

The Boba Air is made of light and durable nylon, and packs away into a tiny pouch that can be easily slipped into a small purse or bag. It has the same size and design as the Boba 4G, but has been stripped down to the essentials for ease of use and transport. Best for 15-30 pounds. Only $65, makes a great second carrier, travel carrier, or to keep in the car for shopping trips and errands. 

Being unpadded, the Boba Air does not offer quite as much support as the Boba 4G or other soft structured carriers with padded shoulder straps and waistband. If you have an already heavy toddler, or need to wear your baby for extended periods, consider a padded, more supportive carrier as your first recommendation. But the Boba Air is good for older babies and lighter toddlers, especially if just worn for shorter periods. 

  • Front and back carry
  • Can be used to carry children from 15-45 pounds. The BobaAir is NOT a newborn carrier.
  • 100% nylon, easy to store and clean.
  • Compact, light, and self-storing in a zippered pocket.
  • Waistband range: 25" - 58", no extenders required
  • Built-in sleeping hood.
  • Weighs just 0.7 pounds (317 grams)!
  • Comfortably fits heights 5'0" - 6'3"
  • Same overall design as the Boba 4G, but without footstraps, padding, or infant configuration.
  • Made in China/Taiwan in a carefully chosen and monitored factory with fair labor standards and low environmental impact.
  • Machine washable: Wash on gentle cycle in cold water with a mild detergent. Hang to dry overnight in well ventilated area.


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