Ergobaby Omni Breeze Carrier
Summers are hot enough without a little bundle of joy strapped to your chest. But alas, that’s the break for new parents who dare to venture out into the world with their tiny tots in-tow. The Omni Breeze carrier from Ergobaby — an award-winning company with nearly 20 years in the baby carrier business — promises to be a cushy, comfortable, and highly breathable harness for hauling your little darling.
Ergobaby Omni Breeze Carrier: The Basics
Ergobaby has been in the business of ergonomic baby carriers, strollers, Swaddlers, and pillows since 2003. Their offerings include a wide variety of carriers and accessories to help keep you and your baby on the move. The Omni Breeze carrier improves upon their popular Omni 360 carrier, an already highly breathable carrier option, with added ventilation and airy materials in key areas to keep you and your baby feeling cool and comfortable.
The Omni Breeze features foam cutouts, crossable shoulder straps with extra cushion, a lumbar-supporting waist belt, storage pockets, and reflective detailing to increase safety and visibility.
Fit and Function
The Ergobaby Omni Breeze can comfortably cradle infants and toddlers, ranging from newborn to toddlers around 2 years of age.
It mounts on the wearer’s chest or back and can hold children in positions facing inward or outward. A one-handed slider feature allows the wearer to quickly alternate the direction the child is facing without having to fumble with complex and frustrating hardware.
The Omni Breeze carrier is available for purchase as of April 15 for MSRP $199. It comes in six colors, including Onyx Black, Pearl Grey, Midnight Blue, Graphite Grey, Sapphire Blue, and Pink Quartz. All carriers come with an ErgoPromise lifetime guarantee and a multi-year warranty. You can purchase it at ergobaby.com or in select retailers in more than 50 countries.
The Ergobaby Omni Breeze’s focus on breathability and multi-position use provide a comfy, versatile carrier. The thoughtfully designed carrier can help you stay on the move with your little one from the time you bring them home until you find yourself struggling to keep up with them.