MobyClassic Wrap



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This wrap creates a snuggly cocoon for newborns and adjusts to fit multiple caregivers.

About this Product
  • 2 possible positions: front facing in, hip carry
  • No infant insert necessary
  • Fits parents of all sizes
  • Can be used with smaller newborns


The Moby Wrap is one, super-long (18’ to be exact) piece of stretchy jersey that wraps around you and your baby and encourages the skin-to-skin contact preemies and newborns crave. Little ones cuddle into the comfy pocket created by wrapping the fabric over the wearer’s shoulders and waist. There’s plenty of material to keep the wrap as secure for bigger babies as it is for newborns. But the key advantage of the Moby Wrap is that it adapts to differing body frames so any caregiver can comfortably use it. Also unlike ring slings, which go across one shoulder, the Moby Wrap your back and shoulders, to carry the weight of your baby.

Plan on getting lots of practice (and watching videos) to nail down the technique of putting this on, but eventually it comes naturally. Also, because the fabric is so long, the ends drag on the ground in the process of tying it on.

If you’re still deciding which carrier is best for you, check out our guide to baby carriers.


  • 100% cotton
  • Machine washable
  • Weight range: 8-35 lbs
  • Age range: 0-3 years (approximately)

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July 28, 2018

I was never able to get a great wrap. I liked it but preferred my Lillebaby structured carrier.

March 18, 2018

I'd recommend a different carrier - Baby Bjorn.

February 25, 2018

If you’re a new mom and don’t have a ton of time to perfect this, then go for another type of carrier. I sat and stared at it. A good 10 minutes (completely overwhelmed). This thing reminds me of a twin size sheet. Not exaggerating. It’s a TON of material (which for safety purposes I’m sure that’s great!), but for a new, stay at home mom with zero family in the state and no other adult as far as the eyes can see...this thing sucked). Maybe I just don’t know the correct way to tie it AND load the child in, but the directions were in 2nd baby mama language. 😉 good luck! 🍀🍀🍀

Lee Lee
November 19, 2017

Unlike many mom's, I prefer the Boba. My Moby isn't stretchy enough, plus it's also significantly shorter in length than the Boba, which leaves less piece of mind regarding extra secure tying. More importantly, my baby has never enjoyed it as much, as it constricts his body against mine quite a lot more.

November 7, 2017

It's A LOT OF FABRIC! There's other brands out there that are much simpler to put on and take off.

September 17, 2017

I found it was a little time consuming to put on and my baby didn't seem to enjoy it after she was about 2 months old.

July 30, 2017

I'm short and fuller in the chest. It doesn't seem long enough to hold once the baby is past new born.

May 22, 2017

I live in Texas, and the Moby fabric is just so thick and HOT to deal with in the summer. (All carriers get sweaty, but this has been the one I haven't used since my first was maybe 6 months old). I also found I didn't like the stretchy fabric. Once baby gets big enough to fidget, it's impossible to wrap tightly enough to feel like baby won't fall out - especially if you are trying to do a back carry. Woven wraps or soft structured carriers (Ergo, lillebaby) make me feel much more secure.

April 29, 2017

Takes too long to learn how to wrap.