Chimparoo Trek Jacquard in Biloba Cielo

Chimparoo Trek Jacquard


Price $199.99 Sale

NEW - collection made with a premium quality European woven Jacquard
  • Adjustment and support system that is ergonomic
  • Comfortable, practical and simple
  • From birth to early childhood. (7-45 lbs).
  • Stretchy head support and seat for newborn
  • 3 carrying positions
  • Padded shoulder straps and semi-rigid waistbelt
  • Adjustable and multi-positional shoulder straps 
  • Designed to be used with stirrups
  • One size
  • DVD included

The Chimparoo TREK woven is the contemporary of the woven wrap, designed for those who desire an ergonomic and supportive soft structured carrier. Sporty and chic, down to earth and sophisticated, this carrier is for men and women with refined tastes, the nature lovers and the trend-seekers. Perfect for home, a walk around town or a hike in the forest. You can use its integrated seat for newborns right from birth. The carrier’s structure is built to comfortably accommodate a child up to 18 months and beyond with the stirrups. There are 3 possible positions : on the front, on the hip or on the back. The stretchy and adjustable sleep hood fully supports baby’s head when necessary. Adaptable to most body types of wearers, men and women alike. The long waist belt and chest straps make adjustments easy. Shoulder straps can be worn crossed or rucksack style with the chest clip. Simple to put on and easy to use.  We recommend reading the instructions on how to use a carrier safely and instructions specifically for the TREK woven, as well as watching the available videos. The Chimparoo TREK woven is very comfortable and versatile, having been designed to meet all your needs.


The jacquard

Jacquard weaving is the new trend in wearing our toddlers. And we understand the craze of the parents: unlike cross twill weaving, jacquard allows to obtain a rich variety of patterns. Remember that the first scarves were only plain or striped, while today there is no more limit! In addition to the motifs, the interweaving of the threads of the weaving in jacquard brings a unique relief which gives a lot of nobility to the fabrics of the carrier.

The patterns of the baby carrier

To highlight the jacquard, Chimparoo has developed 6 designs from two themes that bring a special symbolism, that of the love we carry to children!

     Ginkgo Biloba pattern

     The Ginkgo Biloba is a sacred tree in the Orient and especially in Japan, as it is a symbol of love and longevity. Because it can live over 1,000 years, it is ideal for honoring the tradition of planting a tree at birth. Moreover, it represents the unity between the opposites and is a source of hope. It would have appeared before the dinosaurs and would have survived all the upheavals that the planet has lived since! It is therefore the dean of all the trees and that is why we chose it for the portage of our toddlers.

The Dandelion

Contrary to a widespread idea, the Dandelion is far from being a harmful plant: in addition to its many uses in the garden, in soft medicine and in the kitchen, it has a very strong symbolism.Because it is a spring herb, Dandelion evokes the rediscovered sun, fertility and novelty.Think of the ease he has to sow, it's almost miraculous when you think about it!Moreover, it is also said that this grass stimulates the spirits and that it helps to realize the vows.By wearing this superb pattern in babywearing, you help to restore all its nobility to the Dandelion.


It is very important to wash the baby carrier before use. The fabric and the various components are handled and transported in several places. Also, for safety reasons, the carrier straps are more slippery before washing. To ensure perfect adhesion between the straps and buckles, it is best to wash the baby carrier first.

For washing, we recommend you to do the delicate wash in a garment bag or handwash in warm water. Avoid placing it in a washing machine where the straps could get tangled around a mixer or brewer. Hang to dry or low temperature drying machine.




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