- Internationally safety tested to the highest industry standard ASTM F2236
- Padded shoulders so you’re comfortable
- Safety Elastic Loop- for extra safety
- Padded leg openings to provide maximum comfort for baby
- Product weight: 650 grams
- Made in India
Disclaimer- All our products are made from running fabric so placement of motifs and designs may vary from the image. Just like our babies, no two Kol Kols are ever exactly the same.
Handwoven fabric comes with character like unevenness and slubs. This is absolutely normal and stamps of their natural character.
Slight difference in colour from the product image is normal as however hard we may try to capture the exact colours, a camera may never match a human eye’s perspective.
Dr. Krishna Priya –
We love our Kol Kol to bits. The soft fabric, the elegant design and the awesome support have made it so comfortable for me to carry and the child to be held safe.
Very good. Solely depended on kolkol for travel. Long walks with kids are possible, carrying the kid is hassle-free and hands free
Priyanka Menon –
I bought the Kol Kol Adjustable after a lot of experimenting with wraps and other kangaroo carriers. My son was nearing 9 months when we began KolKol-ing. The only thing I regret is not having bought the Adjustable sooner. We’ve sailed through teething troubles, sleep regressions, food rejections, recovery from fever, and so much in just a short while. I absolutely love my carrier, and my son loves his time in it too. He’s not comfortable with the out-facing position though. And I’m fine with that. It just means we get to hug each other better and for longer.
Aparna Sriram –
Really glad to have stumbled upon this awesome brand of carriers. I have been using KolKol for my son since the was 30 days old. He gradually got used to it and it has been our saviour on multiple occassions. From cranky vaccination days to bad hair days , home alone episodes to extreme rains, from injured mama to sick child, from car rides to flights whatever be the case, KolKol has had our backs. Quite literally.. We’re now at a stage where the carrier is our ultimate comfort of choice. So much so that the ba by himself communicates that he’d like to be carried by pointing at the carrier..