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BabyBobek™ is a unique, back-supporting carrier with a BUILT IN SEAT for your baby to help you carry your little one significantly longer, more comfortably and effortlessly.

The unique design of the seat allows baby’s legs to move freely and naturally while supporting the hips in a healthy position. This PREMIUM quality baby carrier offers healthy forward facing and delivers better than ever comfort and ergonomics for you and your baby. BabyBobek™ allows you to carry your baby in 8 different ways.

 BabyBobek™ is focused on quality and safety and we strive to bring the best products that are healthy & comfortable for babies and parents.




BabyBobek™ carriers are different than other baby carriers because of the unique BUILT IN SEAT!

What does the seat do?

When using traditional baby carriers most of the baby weight is carried on your shoulders and back .The ergonomic design of the seat allows for even weight distribution throughout your back, shoulders and hips. The seat absorbs the baby weight and distributes it to your hips. In fact about 40% of baby weight is absorbed by the seat – so if your baby has 10kg suddenly you feel like you only carry 6kg on your back and shoulders- amazing!

Babies love the seat because it gives them an extra room to move, they are not squished against your body -which is great especially after feed or in summer when they get extra air around them to keep them cool. The hip seat base is intentionally built wide enough so that your baby's hips rest in a healthy position, where his/ her legs are lifted and supported at hip level and not hanging or dangling, thus allowing safe forward facing carry. 

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With BabyBobek™ “Grow with me” carriers you will enjoy the benefits of a hip seat, hipseat carrier and a soft structured carrier all in one!


You can use the carrier as a soft structured carrier from 3+months


Use hipseat once your baby can support his head unnasisted and has developed strong neck & back muscles


Once your baby can support his head unassisted and has developed strong neck & back muscles insert the seat and use as a HIPSEAT carrier. The seats takes the weight of your arms and back and distributes it into your hips. So your baby will feel much lighter.




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Product features


Non-slip leather is added on the hipseat to prevent baby from slipping. The hip seat has built-in EPP core which can better support the weight of baby and reduce the pressure on shoulders and back of  wearer; Hip seat allows baby to be in a natural "M position” at all times from baby to toddler.



Built-in headrest can flip up or down (depends on carrying position) in case your baby needs a little more head support.


Wide, padded shoulder straps & waist belt - evenly distribute baby's weight for maximized comfort. The shoulder straps are made with high-quality foam that ergonomically forms to your body and will never deform or lose shape. Waistband and shoulder straps adjustable for multiple wearers from petite to larger body types.


Keep the detachable back cover on to protect your baby from cold in winter or unzip it to let the fresh air flow in. Soft and durable 3D Mesh construction provides maximum temperature control for your baby on warm days.


The adjustable chest strap can be shortened lengthwise and can be adjusted up or down to ensure you're wearing your carrier in the most comfortable position. "H" shaped shoulder strap design prevents the straps from slipping off your shoulders.


Extra wide and sturdy waist belt provides lumbar support - increases comfort, maintains healthy posture and alignment, and prevents lower back strain. The Velcro on waist belt is super strong but won`t stick to your clothes.


The adjustable sleeping hood clips to the shoulder straps and provides an extra support to baby’s neck while sleeping. It also protects the baby from the sun and wind.  The sleeping hood can be neatly tucked away in a zippered pocket in the front.


Main body of the baby carrier and hipseat are fixed by zipper and double buckles to provide extra safety for the baby


Want to change your look of your carrier? Simply unzip the reversible back panel to add a different look to your carrier. The back panel can be detached to keep your baby cool during hot summer days or keep your baby warm in winter by attaching the back panel.


Wide side pocket with zipper is added for extra storage.


Complimentary drool pads provide an extra protection of shoulder straps for when the baby is teething


Did we mention the Bobek hipseat carrier is made with 100% natural cotton?


IHDI Educational Statement

Summary Statement: The Medical Advisory Board of the IHDI does not endorse nor advise against any particular baby carrier or other equipment. The purpose of this educational statement is to provide information about healthy hip development to guide manufacturers in the development of safe designs of infant equipment, and to help parents make informed choices about the devices they use for their babies. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to choose a baby carrier that allows healthy hip positioning, in addition to other safety considerations. When babies are carried, the hips should be allowed to spread apart with the thighs supported and the hips bent.

Education Statement: The IHDI recommends healthy hip positioning for all babies to encourage normal hip development. Within the womb, a baby spends a long time tucked in the fetal position, in which both hips and knees are bent or flexed.

After birth, it takes several months for the joints to stretch out naturally. Babies that have been in the breech (bottom first) position may need even more time to stretch out naturally. The hip joint is a ball and socket joint. During the first few months of life the ball is more likely to be loose within the socket because babies are naturally flexible and because the edges of the socket are made of soft cartilage like the cartilage in the ear. If the hips are forced into a stretched-out position too early, the ball is at risk of permanently deforming the edges of the cup shaped socket (hip dysplasia) or gradually slipping out of the socket altogether (hip dislocation). Hip dysplasia or dislocation in babies is not painful so this may go undetected until walking age and may also result in painful arthritis during adulthood. The risk of hip dysplasia or dislocation is greatest in the first few months of life. By six months of age, most babies have nearly doubled in size, the hips are more developed and the ligaments are stronger, so are less susceptible to developing hip dysplasia.

The most unhealthy position for the hips during infancy is when the legs are held in extension with the hips and knees straight and the legs brought together, which is the opposite of the fetal position. The risk to the hips is greater when this unhealthy position is maintained for a long time. Healthy hip positioning avoids positions that may cause or contribute to development of hip dysplasia or dislocation. The healthiest position for the hips is for the hips to fall or spread (naturally) apart to the side, with the thighs supported and the hips and knees bent. This position has been called the jockey position, straddle position, frog position, spread-squat position or human position. Free movement of the hips without forcing them together promotes natural hip development.

Some types of baby carriers and other equipment may interfere with healthy hip positioning. Such devices include but are not limited to baby carriers, slings, wraps, pouches, car seats, exercisers, rockers, jumpers, swings, bouncers and walkers, and molded seating items. These devices could inadvertently place hips in an unhealthy position, especially when used for extended periods of time. Any device that restrains a baby’s legs in an unhealthy position should be considered a potential risk for abnormal hip development. It is also important to assess the size of the baby and match the device and carrier to the size of the child so that the hips can be in a healthy position during transport. Parents are advised to research the general safety and risks of any device they wish to use. When in doubt, we recommend involving your primary health-care provider in any further decision-making that may be medically relevant.

The drawings below demonstrate baby carriers that allow healthier hip positioning in comparison to those which do not.

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