PLEASE NOTE: The carrier is not made with any plastic lining- the images are for a demo purpose only, so you are able to see inside the carrier and see how it is made! Action Baby Carriers are made with 100% cotton fabric though and though!
Facts About Action Baby Carriers Internal Structure
We are not sure why it is such a little known fact about the internal support structure of the Action Baby Carrier. But it is! So we decided to take some pictures, spur of the moment, and share them with you so that you can clearly see why Action Baby Carriers is the most comfortable and most thoroughly designed carrier on the market.
We took clear plastic and sewed it the same way we do our baby carriers. You can see how our webbing (in black) extends all the way though the body of the carrier and the hip belt. It is important to realized that the webbing in the body of the carrier (where the shoulders attach to the body of the carrier) is a solid piece of webbing that is sewn together and then weaved though the body of the carrier and then sewn again, into the carrier. This mean that your shoulder strap buckle is not held in by a small cross stitch in the side of the carrier, that could possibly give way as you may have seen in other products. Our webbing and buckles are 1 1/2 inch and we have ensured that your baby is safe by having the webbing being one solid piece that extends though the body, sewn 4 times. Who else can say that? Now that is safety!
You can clearly see how our shoulder strap go though the body of the carrier, criss-crosses at the bum and are sewing in, twice, to the hip belt. We add just
about an inch of tension on the straps before we sew them into the hip belt. This works to eliminate red marks on babies legs. The red marks is a huge design flaw in the industry, and is often covered up with thick padding where the babies legs go out of the carrier or stirrups. Both padding and stirrups are clever ways to hid design flaws that can leave painful red marks on your baby. When designing Action Baby Carriers we were not going to make a product we would not use on our own children, or advise our friends to use on theirs. We set out to design a carrier that was not flawed, worked properly and needed no masking of imperfections. We designed it right- from the start. You can see that on the close up picture of the babies leg. You can clearly see that his leg is not resting on a seam. You can see that his bum and legs are supported from the center of the carrier. (The last picture in the gallery).
This cross strap section design also makes for an even disbursement of weight for the adult wearing the carrier. Making the shoulders and hip both comfortable and leaving no back pain, even after long and extended walks.
All these internal structures make for the most comfortable carrier on the market.