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The Inoshi comes in FOUR different sizes. The different sized Inoshis ONLY differ in wrap length - all other measurements, such as the wrap width and belt sizes are the same for all Inoshis.
The Inoshi comes in the following sizes and lengths:
- Width: 70cm / 27.5inch
- Length - Small: 4m / 4.4yds (close to a Size 5 babywearing wrap)
- Length - Medium: 4.5m / 4.9yds (close to a Size 6 babywearing wrap)
- Length - Large: 5m / 5.5yds (close to a Size 7 babywearing wrap)
- Length - Extra Large: 5.5m / 6yds (close to a Size 8 babywearing wrap)
- The wrap material is approx 200gsm for the Standard Edition Little Frog Wraps (Onyx and Amethyst) and 240gm for the Limited Ediction Little Frog Wraps (Fluorite & Raspberry Rhodonite)
- Belt Length: 190cm / 74.5inch
Due to the Inoshi being handmade, sizes may vary slightly.
INOSHI SIZING CHART
The following sizing chart may be used as an approximate guide to help determine what size Inoshi may suit you best.
- A Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC) has been used within these images
- The remaining tail lengths once the carry has been tied off differs between each Inoshi size per body shape
- Depending on the available length, the tail is either Tied at Back (TAB) or Tied under baby's Bum (TUB)
- Also have a look in our Inoshi Reviews section for photos of a range of people wearing the different sized Inoshis
NOTE: Different carries use different lengths of material, for example, a Ruck Back Carry would use less material then a FWCC, therefore more tail length would be left over after tying a Ruck compared to a FWCC.
- Australian sizing is the same for New Zealand and UK sizing
- USA sizing is the same for Canadian sizing
We still need to take some photos of our Extra Large Inoshis, so in the meantime... our model photos for the Raspberry Rhodonite where taken with an Extra Large Inoshi and our model is an Aussie size 16. This carry is a Double Hammock, so the Inoshi ends up with slightly lopsided length tails... The Left Photo has the longer tail tied around twice, while the Right Photo has the longer tail flowing in the wind...