As far as its properties go, I must admit that I was not particularly amazed. It is very soft to touch, it even has fine hair (and due to being broken-in, maybe even over-broken-in, the hair almost looks like it should not be there) and the tying was fine. But as in all these ‘a-lot-of-Tencel’ wraps, it is too slippery for my taste. The longer I babywear, the more wraps with Tencel I tried and the heavier my child is, the stronger is my feeling that this blend is not my cup of tea. Most of ‘a-lot-of-Tencel’ wraps feel a kind of flat on one’s shoulders, too little elastic and a sort of heavy, even despite seeming thin at the first touch. The only exceptions from this rule are Dekka’s Nikos and Loktu She’s Isolda and Caribic – but they do not contain that much Tencel and moreover, their weave is substantially different than Kindred’s. It is laudable that Tencel has thermoregulatory properties which could be a motivation for a lot of people to buy such a wrap ‘for summer’, but as I always say, when it is hot, one will sweat like a pig in anything and no super-dooper sophisticated blend can prevent it.