Okay, this not the beginning of the excited part of this article, yet. This wrap is, again, the classical chenille Wild Slings “towel”, something like the green owls (you can find the review here) – the only difference being that the moths are, pardon me, only worse in every bad aspect I disliked about the Nocturne wrap (actually, the moths were already converted to a carrier – hats off to the manufacturer that they were even able to sew through several layers of such a wrap!). This one is even thicker, denser; basic carries consume such amount of the length of the wrap that it actually behaves like a one size shorter piece. And the most important thing for me – they are much narrower than the owls – with their 56 cm even a narrow-wrap-lover should admit that this in extreme. Alright, it is true that it was a bit easier to work with this wrap than with the Nocture (which was quite surprising for me) – it felt slightly more pliable than the birdies. And similar to them it did not move an inch in the carry (yes, one of a few wraps that could contain my toddler even in a quite badly tied rucksack with a shallow seat) and as to it supportiveness, I have nothing to reproach – this one can carry anything (if you manage to create a seat deep enough).