Sakana Koi

"Sakana Koi (Woven Wrap) is adorned with beautiful Japanese Koi fish pattern in a dense weave, and has a light feel at hand. It is really supportive due to the 50% linen content in it. It is grippy, durable, really easy to care for, comfortable and has just the right amount of cush and sturdiness, making it really suitable to be converted to a JumpSac Orbit as well.

Due to the linen content in it, this wrap might feel a bit coarse at hand (as compared to say... a wrap that is made from 100% organic cotton, like the Damask Pink/Navy.). But it is important to mention that it is the linen fibers that are responsible for making this wrap so supportive.
With frequent usage, it'll get softer and softer. You'll definitely appreciate the weightlessness of your child being worn in it! :)"


A little bit of info about linen:
Linen yarns (also called flax yarn) are spun from the fibers of the flax plant. Linen is laborious to manufacture, but the fiber is very absorbent and garments made of linen are valued for their exceptional coolness and freshness in hot weather. Linen has been known since early antiquity and is thus the oldest textile fiber.