Baby carriers
Carry your child from 0 to 36 months (from 6 months without the extension kit). Ultra comfy in all seasons and physiological, the HoodieCarrier and the PhysioCarrier accompany you for little sleep at home as well as long walks to the other side of the world.
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Baby wraps
For the first months, nothing will ever equal the baby wrap and the skin to skin it allows. This promotes heat regulation, lactation, oxytocin ... You will have your hands free! For babies, the wrap allows you to make a transition with the mother's womb by prolonging the feeling of security. The physiological position leads to better digestion and therefore less reflux, colic.
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Ring Slings
Diaper Bag
The diaper bag that continues where others leave off! Additional hip seat (4-22 months). Changing bag attachments for prams, suitcases, baby carriers... Waterproof cover included. 5 positions to carry the bag. Multiple storage compartments for parents' and children's belongings. Removable waterproof bag for wet clothes / soiled nappies. A bag that you will use even without baby!
Parent's Hoodie




Circus performer

Love Radius experience

In life

Landes, 2 children

Carrying my baby? The question hasn't even been asked.

I was pregnant and I was bound to need a sling. Carrying seemed (and still seems) a normal and natural transition to me after giving birth.

It quickly became extremely practical! Being a "mom on tour" in my job means: travel, transportation (train, plane, bus), suitcases, bags, restaurants, hotels, visits, sometimes festivals, and so on....

Hence the importance of having your hands free. Porting was our solution in different situations:

- When we needed our baby to fall asleep quickly.

- In filmed moments and when it was important that he didn't wake up.

- Lack of space for a pushchair (backstage, in inaccessible places)

I remember one time when we had to do a complete spinning of our show and no one could babysit. One of the technicians carried him in a sling that (at the same time) handled the sound and light! Show must go on...