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Boba Hands-Free Bonding Baby Wrap Sling

Last updated: December 20, 2022


Moving your baby from a resting position to a nursing position is simple with this wrap. It fits children up to 35 pounds, so you'll get your money's worth. The fabric might get a little hot during the summer, but it's comfortable during the rest of the year. We found the wrapping instructions to be clear and easy to follow.

We looked at the top Baby Slings and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Baby Sling you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: This affordable sling allows for positioning baby to sleep when tired or to nurse when hungry.

In our analysis of 80 expert reviews, the Boba Hands-Free Bonding Baby Wrap Sling placed 9th when we looked at the top 13 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Bonding is the intense attachment that develops between parents and their baby, Boba Wraps hold your baby close to your heart. Nursing your newborn in this wrap is comfortable and discreet. Making your life easier with a machine washable French Terry blend and a lifetime guarantee. Bond with your little one while getting back into the swing of things: you’ll be able to tie this once and then wear it out and about. 95% Cotton, The Spandex in our wrap allows it to retain it’s shape and not loosen or sag as you re-adjust to nurse or take baby out to go for a ride in the car. Simple, no-guess tying instructions and just one size make this unisex wrap your go-to baby carrier for the first three months of parenthood.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Boba has five percent of spandex in its cotton knit. The little bit of stretch makes it easy to get the perfect fit around your child.
A huge plus for this wrap compared with more structured carriers is the option to allow baby’s legs and arms to dangle comfortably or remain fully covered.
Wearing it, you have a lot more freedom to shift your baby around, and it’s very easy to move your baby between the normal, chest-facing position, and a nursing position that allows for easy breastfeeding.
This sling stands out for its support, comfort, and ease in storing, washing and packing. We love that it accomodate a range of infant sizes, helps ease back pain and fits plus size women.
The fabric is somewhat stretchy providing a snug and secure space for little ones and few pressure points for parents.
This comfortable wrap is machine washable, and it can hold babies ranging from preemies up to 35-pound youngsters.
We found that the Boba is less likely to stretch with extended use, as it contains a soft blend of both French terry knit and spandex to keep things tight.
The Boba Baby Wrap Carrier fabric includes 5% of spandex. This gives it a 4-way stretch feel that offers real support by offering optimum flexibility and adjustability.
The Boba Wrap has a simple design, no buckles, straps or buttons. It evenly distributes baby’s weight so it’s comfortable for a long wear time. Baby can be carried facing you and in an infant hold.

What reviewers didn't like

One potential negative is that unlike other carriers and wraps, the Boba requires you to carry your child facing in.
The specific material composition of the Boba does mean that it’s only suitable for two specific types of tie: The “newborn hold” and the “love your baby hold”. Both of these positions keep your baby facing your chest, and put most of the weight on your shoulders/upper back.
The longer lenght of this sling makes it a bit more cumbersome, especially for petite women
The only real downside is the layer of fabric over clothes while holding a warm baby can get hot in warmer weather leaving both parent and little ones hot and sweaty.
Some parents struggle with the length of the wrap, the process of arranging it and wrapping it to suit different positions for the baby.
The only downfall we found is that the fabric is nice and warm during the fall, winter, and early spring, but can get quite hot in the summer.
Its length makes it unavoidable to wrap several layers that often leads to sweating
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