To be clear, I have not suddenly become a fan of soft waist belts – such waist belts are not built for me or for my relatively big and heavy wearie and my opinion did not change even with Moisha. A proper toddler carrier of my taste should have a solid, hard waist belt, but of course, this is not something that Moisha Grow aspires to be. It is simply a fully adjustable carrier “from the beginning” and I suppose no one would buy it for a 3-years-old. With Emilka’s 13 kg, the waist belt did not feel comfortable even when wearing her on my back, even though the shoulder straps are adequately padded, ergonomically shaped and overall very comfortable. Let me explain why the chest buckle on rails is so ingenious in my opinion – in case of wearing in the front, sometimes it is quite difficult to fasten the chest buckle low enough, in a position comfortable enough for longer wearing. If the buckle is on rails, you can fasten it comfortably just behind your neck and pull it lower with the straps hanging down – no need of manipulation with the shoulder straps or asking help from another person. Personally, my joints are quite elastic and I can fasten the chest buckle basically in any position on my back; however, I came to realize how great the rails are when I started to wear Emilka exclusively on my back. The “usual” chest buckles are attached to the shoulder straps by strap “rings” around their padding and in any case, the padding get more or less deformed while wearing the carrier. This is something that is very uncomfortable for me and presses on my chest when wearing my daughter on my back. Logically, nothing like this happens in case of the chest buckle on rails. The only thing I would reproach about Moisha’s chest buckle is that it seems a little bit too loose on the rails (probably because the rails are not lined with textile, like in case of Kavka, for example). On the other hand, the magnetic buckle in a wonderful thing with which I am totally in love with since trying the Sestrice carrier!