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Rowdy toddlers tend to back-arch a lot, which may cause them to fall out of a carrier. The Beco Gemini prevents this by having a larger back panel than most carriers. This encloses your baby up to their shoulders, securing them in place and keeping them close to you. See More
The Beco Gemini is very straightforward to use. There is no need for special attachments to accommodate your growing baby. It has no extra straps or pieces which also makes it great for taking on the go. With only a few straps to readjust, it's easy to interchangeably use between parents. See More
The curved pieces of fabric form a uniquely contoured body panel and create a seat pocket for your baby's butt and back. This promotes proper support and eliminates leg, pelvis, and spine pressure, making their experience in this carrier comfortable. See More
There are panels of fabric that line every bit of hardware, preventing the buckles from digging into your body or rubbing into your skin. You can also choose between the two shoulder strap options, criss-cross or backpack style, whichever is comfortable for you. See More
Only the Lillebaby line of carriers has a temperature control feature or a 3d mesh on the front panel that easily zips-up for warmth and zips-down for breathability and air-flow. This means it can be used whatever the climate is without your baby getting too cold or too warm in the carrier. See More
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