In case you have ever heard of these green owls, you might have also heard some of their nicknames – “green beast”, “carpet”, “tapestry”. Mostly not meant as affectionate nicknames. Just as Nimbostratus surprised me by its cooperativeness with some effort and patience, the owls did not surprised me at all. They are super-thick, heavy, there is too much to hold in one’s hand and well, basically – double everything I wrote about Nimbostratus and you get an idea what this wrap is like. One would probably need to use a pipe wrench to tighten it at least decently – it is basically impossible. There was almost too much fabric to hold on my shoulders; tiny mums with narrow shoulders would not be happy about it at all. A double knot? I did not even dare to try because it would probably be bigger than my own head. Using a sling ring? Try hoola hoop, that would be more adequate in my opinion. On the other hand, it holds in the carry just as if it was glued together and it is able to support not only one, but two or three heavy toddlers without blinking an eye. But again, it is very narrow, only 60 cm. This is not enough to make a proper pocket for a bigger child, I am sorry.