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Oak the Acorn

Oak the Acorn

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50% Tussah silk
50% Egyptian combed cotton

Eik (meaning "Oak" in old Norse) is a new design from Nordic Slings, featuring oak leaves and acorns. Eik the Acorn is the first wrap in the new design. The mustard weft is 100% speckled tussah silk, and the midnight blue warp is 100% Egyptian combed cotton. Öeko-tex 100 certified.

The Acorn is fairly loosely woven in a jacquard satin weave, balancing the grip of the nubby tussah thread, with glide provided by the weave. Both the cotton and silk are very soft, requiring minimal breaking in.

Read Philippa Valentin's review of Eik the Acorn here

50% Tussah silk
50% Egyptian combed cotton
GSM ~270
Flipped rails

Limited quantity

Photos: Stine Tidsvilde
Models: Balder & Philippa Valentin

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THE ACORN. From the mighty oak tree's simple flowers, the little acorn appeared one day. And the oak provided it with everything it needed to grow big, and strong, and full of potential. One day, the little acorn fell to the ground. Perhaps carried and buried by a small animal, or perhaps it flew with the gust of an autumn breeze. The acorn landed just right. With the strength given by the oak, the small acorn sent down its first tender roots, and soon grew its very own small, green leaves. The little tree stretched its first leaves towards the sky, and rain watered it, and the sun gave the little tree strength.

Slowly, the little tree grew, competing with the tall grass for sunlight. Passing deer nibbled its leaves, and its bark was chewed by hares and mice. But each year, the tree stood a little bit taller, a little bit stronger. Its bark grew thick, and its leaves provided shade and protection. And each autumn, the mighty oak tree grew full of little acorns. 🌰

Is this wrap right for you? Read about picking the right size or send me a message <3

Hand wash only. Must be washed before 1st use to see the fibers.

Product details

Blend:
50% Tussahsilke
50% Egyptisk bomuld (Oeko-tex)
Bredde: ca. 70 cm
Vægt: ca. 270 g/m2 efter vask
Flipped rails (ingen bagside)
Midtermærker: I top og bund. 100% kalvelæder

Nybegyndervenlig: Ja
Velegnet til nyfødt: Ja
Velegnet til toddler: Ja
Grip: Medium

Skal vaskes før første brug.

Design: Danmark
Vævet i: Østrig
Produktion: Danmark

Find your size

Your own clothing size for the upper body determines which size you should use.

XS or smaller: Size 5
S-L: Size 6
XL-XXL: Size 7
3XL+: Size 8

With a wrap in your size, you can tie a Front Wrap Cross Carry (often abbreviated as FWCC). Size 4 and shorter wraps are used for carries that don't require as much fabric.

Wash & Care

Brug vaskemiddel til silke eller uld.
Vask på finvask på 30 grader.
Lufttørres i skygge.
Må ikke tørretumbles.
Stryges på lav-medium varme.
Skal vaskes før første brug.
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Benefits of woven wraps

  • Suitable for front carrying, hip carrying, and back carrying in various wraps.
  • Breastfeeding-friendly.
  • Adapts perfectly to your body.
  • Offers unlimited carrying time as it is ergonomically correct for the child's hips.
  • Promotes secure attachment.
  • Meets the child's need for closeness while allowing you to have your hands free.

Shipping and returns

DELIVERY

PRICE: Shipping in Denmark is free. You can find an overview of shipping to other countries here .

Your goods are usually dispatched between 1-2 working days from receipt of the order. You will receive tracking information when your package is shipped.

PRE-ORDER: Expected shipping is shown in the item description.

 

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