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Snap Strap

What is a Snap Strap?  

It's a strap that snaps around both tails of the Etc. Sling to keep the tails from separating (when worn for x-holds).  It works especially good for back carries and for kids who like to arch back when in a tummy to tummy/chest to chest holds.  

Check out the pictures below to get a better idea!  

Snap Strap $10

Features:

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It's removable and small enough to store in the sling's pocket.

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Easily snaps around the tails for a quick fix when child is squirmy but needs to stay in the sling.

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Can be pulled up or down along the tails--head support for a sleeping babe, arms out for an active child.

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Snaps only line up one way making it easy to use!

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Padded back covers the snaps so no pressure points on baby.

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It's durable and secure--the flaps cross each other and double snap to offer even more security.

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It can go on or off in a matter of seconds

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Can be made to match or contrast your sling!

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FAQ:

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Is it necessary that I have a Snap Strap to use my Etc. Sling?  No, it isn't necessary but some like to have the extra safety that the Snap Strap offers.

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Does it guarantee that my child can squirm and not fall out?  No, you'll still need to monitor your child's position in the sling and make sure that they are adequately supported by the fabric.  But, it does give a "safety net" for a squirmy or hard to sling child.

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Do you recommend the Snap Strap for some fabrics or some kids?  The stretchy fabrics while comfortable do give babe more wiggle room so the Snap Strap can be helpful in keeping them in place.  Kids who tend to arch their back when in tummy to tummy holds may benefit (and parents may feel more at ease) having the tails secured together.  

Let me know if you have any questions!  Erin

 
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