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Flat Knitting

3D knitted baby carrier gets IF Design Award

Aerloom is a novel flat knitted engineered baby carrier that is made to move, stretch, and fit parents and their daily lives.

19th April 2021

Knitting Industry
 |  Los Angeles

Technical Textiles

Los Angeles based Ergobaby has won a prestigious IF Award for its for its 3D knitted Aerloom Baby Carrier. Drawing inspiration from the activewear industry, Aerloom features an innovative ‘FormaKnit’ construction made with seamless knitting technology and post-consumer recycled polyester for reduced environmental impact.

Aerloom’s streamlined design results in a flexible yet supportive baby carrier, that Ergobaby says, delivers all the performance of a traditional baby carrier while redefining the way parents think about comfort and purpose. The newly launched product is targeted at consumers in Asia, Europe and North America.

“I'm excited and honoured to announce that we have received an iF award for our Aerloom FormaKnit Baby Carrier. Though true success is measured by happy users and business achievement, we are humbled by the recognition and are in fine company with so many other amazing winners. Thank you iF,” commented Demetrius Romanos, SVP of Design & Development at Ergobaby.

Each year, iF International Forum Design GmbH organizes one of the world's most celebrated and valued design competitions - the iF Design Award. Recognized as a symbol of design excellence, the iF Design Award welcomed almost 10,000 submissions from 60 countries in 2021.

With over 30 carriers in five different categories -- Original, Omni 360, All Position 360, Cool Air Mesh, and Adapt plus Swaddlers for new-borns, Ergobaby is a leading, premium baby consumer products company. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and is sold in more than 700 retailers, in the United States and in over 50 countries internationally.

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