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Natural is Beautiful

Pura Vida is a saying used by locals in my adopted home of Costa Rica that means ‘pure life’. It was the pura vida natural lifestyle that inspired me to create simple, super-soft, eco-friendly baby carriers that give you the freedom and comfort to wear your baby anywhere and everywhere. Nalakai is all about families, named after my two children, Kai and Nala. I am so passionate about babywearing, and I hope you will be too!

Modern baby carrier for stylish moms and dads

One size fits most from petite to plus size

Vegan and eco-friendly fabric and dyes

Lightweight and cool, will wick away moisture and heat

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