Konny Baby Carrier Summer – Charcoal
Konny Baby Carrier Summer – Charcoal
Konny Baby Carrier Summer – Charcoal

Konny Baby Carrier Summer – Charcoal


Regular price $76.00 Sale price $54.00
289 in stock

The Konny baby carrier was made to meet the demands of today’s young mothers and tackle the problems faced with other products. Most baby carriers are heavy, lack portability, and cause shoulder and neck pain. Most of them use Velcro to fasten, but its loud noise often startles the baby awake.
The Konny baby carrier perfectly reflects the lifestyle of young parents who have just started their time of pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare.
  • Light Weight - As light as 160g, less than 1/4 of what other hip-seat baby carriers weigh
  • Compact Size - Small and light enough to slip it in your purse
  • Stunning Design - The utmost stylish way to hold your baby
  • Long Useful Life - Can be used just like a hip-seat for all children up to a maximum weight of 20kg, from a newborn to a bigger child
  • Structural Comport - Does not place all of the burden on your waist or shoulders
  • Let Your Child Sleep - Has no plastic buckle or Velcro, letting your baby sleep tight
  • Guaranteed Quality - Acquired the KC (Korea Certification) mark for its high stability as a baby carrier
  • 📦Giveaway from Konny - Every Konny baby carrier comes with the Outer Sash and the eco-pouch included.

[Important Notice]

  • Please read the PRODUCT DETAILS carefully before purchasing.
  • Delay in shipment (May 22, 2019)
    We regret to inform our customers that the delivery of all orders for the charcoal "SUMMER" placed on May 22 may be delayed due to unexpected technical difficulties. We're trying to send the items as soon as possible.

Perfect match with any outfit
Konny Baby Carrier Summer

Charcoal color matches well with any outfit.

Given that the summer carrier
is made from a mesh fabric,
I thought an ill-chosen color
would make it look like sportswear.

It is not that we always wear casual in the summer.
We carefully picked the color
that would suit well with any dresses or blouses.

Finally, we found a classy charcoal color
that can be worn on linen shirts or dresses.

Simply draping it will make you look stylish

Given that Konny baby carrier
is needless to be taken off,
I believe one should look fabulous in the carrier
even when not carrying a baby.

So, whenever I do the design,
I always imagine moms and dads
wearing the carrier over their daily outfit.

In that sense, I believe Konny Baby Carrier Summer in Charcoal is the utmost essential for you this summer.

Simply draping it around you will make you look stylish.
You will not be ashamed of how you look in the accidentally taken picture of you.

I hope every moment
you share with your baby this summer
becomes more pleasant.

How To Wear the Konny Baby Carrier?


Holding a Newborn Baby Tutorial

Baby Wearing Tutorial

Facing Outward Tutorial

Putting Down Tutorial

If you have any questions about the product, please email at help@konnybaby.com We'll respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible. You can learn more about the Konny baby carrier on Instagram @konny.baby

Q. Do I need to purchase a larger size when the baby grows up?

As the baby’s weight increases, the fabric containing spandex stretches accordingly. Therefore, you should purchase the tight enough size from the beginning to use it in a same fit when the baby grows up.

Q. Can mom and dad share the carrier?

Parents won’t be able to share the carrier, unless their sizes are the same. If you purchase the product in accordance with one parent’s size, the other parent may experience discomfort; if you purchase about the middle size for both parents, both may experience discomfort. Try buying one in accordance with the size of one parent. If the baby enjoys the time in the Konny baby carrier, then consider making an additional purchase.

Q. As a dad, how can I choose the size?

For men, a person who is 178cm tall, weighs 71kg and with a chest size of 90cm, normally wears Large (L). Some of those who are shorter or lighter say Medium (M) fits them nicely. If you put on some weight around your waist, are taller than 180cm or have a bigger upper body, we recommend that you choose Extra Large (XL). You can find more reference images for a dad below.

Q. When can I carry my baby in an inward-facing position?

It is difficult to tell the exact point of time, as it varies for each baby. But normally is 30-50 days. You may try out the inward-facing position, when the baby starts stretching the legs inside the carrier. Keeping an “M” shape for the baby’s healthy hip joints development is more important than how quickly you proceed to the next step.

Q. At what point can I use the carrier for a newborn?

You can start using the carrier on the way back home after delivery. It would differ for each baby, but normally you can hold your baby in a newborn-holding position until 30 days of birth.

Q. Can I exchange it for another size?

Exchanges can be made within 14 days of receipt, only for items that have not yet been washed. Please fill out the form for returns on the Konny web page and place a new order.

Q. How long can I carry my baby in the carrier each time?

There is no recommended time for carrier use, as the pace of development and personality for each baby are different. You should frequently check how your baby’s doing inside the carrier and adjust accordingly. Your baby may feel discomfort if you hold them for a long time in the same position. If so, try taking them out from the carrier for a moment. However, when using it in an outward-facing position for babies who can hold their heads up, it is recommended to use it for less than 30 minutes to protect baby’s hip joints.

Q. Why does it keep leaning to one side?

If the back-panel is not placed in the middle of your back, or the shoulder sashes are not evenly spread from left to right, the carrier can be tilted to one side. Make sure the back-panel stays in the middle of your back and the shoulder sashes are evenly spread, and then try holding your baby. Try to keep a balance between left and right when covering your baby’s hips and thighs with the sashes. It may seem difficult at first, but you get used to it as you try a couple more times.