Caroli is one of the third (ˈwinterˈ) Dekka collection, and its twill is a little bit denser – we commented on that in the review of elegant Elementy Luna. So, you can guess the outcome – Caroli is much less elastic than Chris. Chris is a wrapping delight and feels like a slightly springy cloud on your shoulders, capable of carrying three elephants and a well-fed hippo altogether. It is no wonder it is so popular among the wearers and that there are so many of them who ˈDISOˈ Chris as if there were no other wraps in the world. In my opinion, Caroli feels much thicker in your hand (but, it is really only a feeling, because the weight of the two wraps is identical) and I certainly had to put more effort in the tying than in the case of Chris – but to be honest, it was not that much more effort. It is still a great wrap; however, not suitable for beginners and probably not able to carry 3 elephants, but only two. In my eyes, Chris is unambiguously the more supportive one. I simply like slightly more elastic wraps – but the wearers who dislike such slings would certainly love Caroli. Maybe, they would not love how much it is prone to pulls, same as Chris – but this is something I got used to in Tilias and Elementy wraps a long time ago and I am willing to forgive it to them, thanks to their wonderful tying properties (and also, repairing a pull in Dekkas is a piece of cake 😉 ).