It can get hot in here. By here, I mean me. If I exert any kind of effort, I sweat.
- very secure once fully attached
- with the infant insert, it’s a sweat box, just hot as hell
- trying to snap the lock around the neck is very difficult and I don’t know how someone would be able to do it with shorter arms than me (and I have very long arms)
- you can’t stretch once it is on
- my back quickly became sore because, unlike my wife, I didn’t slowly get used to carrying the bundle of joy known as Dylan
- eating cereal and drinking hot coffee felt difficult because I was leaning over the top of the Infant Insert to do these things, and yes, I realize I could also practice a little patience, but come on, it’s coffee!
- you can easily move around
- it’s actually breathable
- you can crack your back and stretch
- difficult to learn, you actually have to do something called “slowly read through the directions”
- it’s not as secure as the Ergo Sport
I didn’t return the Ergo Sport. I’m saving that for backpack mode, plus it can go up to 45 pounds whereas the Baby K’tan Breeze only goes up to 35 pounds.