Best Baby Carriers and Wraps

Find the right babywearing option for you and your wee one. We’ve researched today’s best baby carriers and narrowed it down to the top eight.

Compare the Best Baby Carriers and Wraps

Best Overall Best for Comfort Easy to Adjust
infantino convertible baby carrierErgobaby Bundlebabybjorn baby carrier
Carrier/WrapInfantino 4-in-1 ConvertibleErgobaby Bundle Baby Carrier BabyBjorn Original Carrier
Weight Range8–32 lbs. 7–33 lbs. 8–25 lbs.
Number of Positions4 42
BreathabilityModerate Fair Moderate
Machine WashableYes


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Top Baby Carrier and Wrap Reviews

1. Infantino Flip 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier: Best Overall

This adjustable carrier is at the top of our list because it meets all your basic baby carrying needs for a fraction of the usual price. Designed with infants and older babies in mind, this carrier lets you carry your little one on your front in an inward- or outward-facing position, as well as on your back. It includes a bib to protect you and the carrier from spit-up, and it’s machine washable for those inevitable diaper blowouts. The biggest caution is this carrier isn’t as comfortable as some of the pricier models. If you’re wearing it for very long periods of time or to soothe your baby, it might not work for you.

Pro Heading
Pro Bullet 2-in-1 bib
Pro Bullet Low price point
Pro Bullet Up to 4 carry positions
Con Heading
Con Bullet Lower comfort rating
Con Bullet Noisy fabric
Con Bullet Lower weight limit

2. Ergobaby 360 Baby Carrier: Best for Comfort

This extremely comfortable carrier requires an insert for infants, but parents say it’s worth the extra cost. Comfort was something many reviewers noted for all four carrying positions, regardless of the length of time it was worn. This carrier also includes a hood to cover a napping baby. Durable and washable, the Ergobaby carrier can be used from your very first days with your newborn into early toddlerhood. The biggest drawback is that it has no pockets, so you’ll have to carry another bag for even small things like your car keys. It does come with a higher price tag too, and some parents with shorter torsos mentioned it was hard to adjust for a good fit.

Pro Heading
Pro Bullet High comfort rating
Pro Bullet 4 carry positions
Pro Bullet Sleeping hood
Con Heading
Con Bullet High price tag
Con Bullet No storage
Con Bullet Low adjustability for shorter torsos

3. BabyBjorn Carrier: Best for Adjustability

This is the classic carrier that started them all. Lightweight and affordable, the BabyBjorn is also highly rated for how easy it is to put on and adjust. But keep in mind that it doesn’t have any pockets, so you’ll have to grab a bag to carry things. And it isn’t designed to wear for long periods of time. If you’re planning on wearing your baby for more time than it takes to walk the dog or pick up some groceries, this isn’t the right carrier for you. But for quick errands requiring free hands, this carrier is the easiest to get on and off.

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Pro Bullet Low price point
Pro Bullet Easy adjustability
Pro Bullet Lightweight design
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Con Bullet Lower comfort rating
Con Bullet No storage
Con Bullet Only 2 carry positions

More Carriers Worth Considering

4. LILLEbaby All Seasons Ergonomic Baby & Child Carrier: Most Versatile

With six carrying positions, a wide weight range, and pockets for storage, this carrier is an excellent choice for babywearing. It also boasts a wider belt for better lumbar support and a mesh design for breathability. The All Seasons does have a high price point, though, and it’s bulkier than most, so it may be harder to keep with you when you’re on the go.

5. Baby K’Tan Baby Carrier Wrap: Best for Breastfeeding

Boasting the comfort and breathable fabric of a wrap with the ease-of-use of a carrier, the Baby K’Tan is the best of both worlds. Rather than being designed around the baby, this carrier is sized for adults with wide, comfortable shoulder straps, and it holds the baby close to the body for support and structure. Out of all the carriers, this is the one that makes breastfeeding while carrying easiest. Be sure to check the adult sizing chart to make sure you get the right fit.

6. Boba Baby Wrap: Best Baby Wrap

The easiest to use traditional wrap on the market, the Boba Wrap is great for those seeking a more classic babywearing style. This wrap will make it easy to breastfeed in public and soothe colicky little ones. It’s also very affordable and washable, so you don’t need to be afraid to use it every day. It will stretch out over time, so it may not be the best fit for toddlers or larger babies that require more support.

7. Moby Wrap Baby Carrier: Best for Twins

One of the few carriers that supports twins, the Moby wrap is widely known and used. Like other wraps, it easily accommodates breastfeeding and the fetal tuck for infants. It’s also easy to launder. The biggest drawback is that this wrap is long. Sometimes that extra fabric will get in the way, and it does make it harder to learn to use.

8. CuddleBug Baby Wrap: Best Style

This wrap is a great choice for the mom that wants to maintain her style while wearing her baby. With lots of bright color and pattern choices, the CuddleBug baby wrap is fun and inexpensive. It’s also shorter than other wraps, so it works best for younger babies. It can be a little confusing to use at first—we definitely recommend watching the video to get the hang of this wrap.


Slings are a variation on a wrap that usually have a hoop securing the fabric across the shoulder. You won’t find any slings on our list because many experts consider them a safety concern. They can be used inappropriately and can position the baby in a way that makes it difficult for your little one to breathe.

Hip dysplasia (a misalignment of the hip joint) is a common concern for parents who use baby carriers. Most infant carriers and wraps hold babies in positions that are natural to their hip development and will not cause problems. But the best way to find out what will keep your baby’s joints safe is to check with your doctor.

Pregnancy and birth can do a number on your body, especially your spine. If you’re a parent that has lower back pain, make sure you look for a carrier that has a snug and wide lumbar support strap. Also, talk to your doctor about exercises that will strengthen your core muscles, so you can avoid further back pain while carrying your baby with or without a carrier.

Parents who love their wraps will tell you that there’s a steep learning curve. We recommend watching video tutorials, reading the instructions a few times, and practicing as much as possible. Babywearing International’s Guide to Using a Baby Carrier can also be helpful.

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Laura E. Hilton
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