Difference between revisions of "Base Size Guide"

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Base Wrap Size 4 = some XS<br>
 
Base Wrap Size 4 = some XS<br>
Base Wrap Size 5 = XS - S<br>
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Base Wrap Size 5 = XS - S, some M<br>
Base Wrap Size 6 = M - L<br>
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Base Wrap Size 6 = M - L, some S and XL<br>
Base Wrap Size 7 = XL - 2XL<br>
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Base Wrap Size 7 = XL - 2XL, some L and 2XL+<br>
Base Wrap Size 8 = 2XL+<br>
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Base Wrap Size 8 = 2XL+, some XL<br>
 
Base Wrap Size 9 = some 2XL+<br>
 
Base Wrap Size 9 = some 2XL+<br>
  
 
Keep in mind that wrapping a larger child, using a thicker wrap, or a preference for longer tails may require a size up.
 
Keep in mind that wrapping a larger child, using a thicker wrap, or a preference for longer tails may require a size up.

Revision as of 16:10, 6 July 2016

Base Size is the defined as the woven wrap size needed to do Front Wrap Cross Carry. Base Size can be affected by the size of the wearee, wrap thickness, and taper depth.

For new wearers looking for a starting point, T-shirt size may be used as a rough guide for finding your base size. However, it's quite common to find your true base is a size above or a size below what is suggested here as there are other factors at play beyond clothing size. The best way to find your actual Base Size is to try Front Wrap Cross Carry in the wrap size recommended by this T-shirt size guide, as well as a size (or more) up and a size (or more) down.

Base Wrap Size 4 = some XS
Base Wrap Size 5 = XS - S, some M
Base Wrap Size 6 = M - L, some S and XL
Base Wrap Size 7 = XL - 2XL, some L and 2XL+
Base Wrap Size 8 = 2XL+, some XL
Base Wrap Size 9 = some 2XL+

Keep in mind that wrapping a larger child, using a thicker wrap, or a preference for longer tails may require a size up.