I must admit right at the beginning that I am a bit spoiled by my own wonderful, custom-made babywearing hoodie and therefore I find very few things to be as wonderful… Loktu She hoodie is simply, ehm – ordinary, compared to my own one. It is sewn very well, that I have to say; the material is thin so it is perfect for cooler summer evenings or for warmer autumn. The insert is just great, in my opinion – I do not mind the absence of the hood (I do not use the hood of the insert after all, because I usually wear a wrap and fix the head of the wearie with the wrap itself; moreover, all the carriers are equipped with their own hood, as far as I know), it is possible to adjust the hood right behind the wearie’s neck, and to fasten it very high so you do not need to be afraid that even the smallest baby would be cold around his/her neck. Moreover, this is an advantage for wearing on the back where the wearie is logically positioned one level higher – you can fasten the insert high enough to cover the wearie’s back completely.
Babywearing on the back is, however, a bit problematic when it comes to babywearing clothes, in my opinion. The first problem – it usually requires unfastening and refastening of the insert (which is a little bit annoying for me – again, I am spoiled by my own ingenious babywearing jacket which has a ˈbuilt-inˈ, ˈhingedˈ insert).