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DIDY Leo Meh-Dai (DidyTai)

DIDY Leo Meh-Dai (DidyTai)

$220 USD

The Didymos Meh-Dai (DidyTai) is a simple baby carrier. No buckles, no velcro. 

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SKU: SLDIR-LEO-DT Category: Didymos Baby & Gear Tags: , , ,


    Animal print lovers will be happy to hear that leopard print is back!

    The Didymos Leo is woven of 100% organic cotton The jacquard fabric which is woven into the fabric, not printed. This fine weave is soft to the touch with some texture, and shows the gorgeous Leo pattern in anthracite and sahara beige on both sides, but with the colours are reversed. A lovely darker central stripe makes the pattern come alive.

    The medium weight fabric with optimal inherent diagonal stretch is supportive and wonderfully comfortable to tie and to wear. The DIDYMOS Meh-Dai is comfortable and supportive. It is a one-size carrier ideal for people of different sizes who wish to share a carrier. With the tie waist and shoulder straps, it is a perfect fit each time. The Meh-Dai can be used for newborns all the way through to toddler age, for front and back carries.

    Additional information



    Care Instructions

    Untreated cotton will shrink slightly during the first wash. DIDYMOS wraps are cut a few centimetres longer than advertised to guarantee the right length after washing. Wash at temperatures of up to 60°C/140°F (medium to hot), on a low spin cycle.


    Anthracite, Natural

    Country of Origin


    DIDYMOS Colours

    Monochrome Greys & Blacks

    Fabric Composition

    100% Organic Cotton

    Fabric Weight

    240 g/m²

    Machine Washable?

    Up to 60°C, Gentle Cycle, Slow Spin Speed


    DIDYMOS Patterns


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