Jeremy Scott is the last rebel of the international fashion world. His creations have the power to polarize and have become the hottest topics among the style elite. In his second collaboration with CYBEX, Scott once again flexes his revolutionary muscle, shifting paradigms by bringing heaven down to earth. With the capsule collection’s slogan »Adults Suck Then You Are One« his trademark wings appear with a golden allure, starkly contrasting with the classic black of the collection. An exciting symbiosis of Scotts’ pop-art and the pioneering functional design of CYBEX – a heavenly-fiendish encounter!
A familiar voice, cozy warmth and that unique smell, a baby carrier intensifies that important bond between parent and child from birth. It nurtures a deep sense of trust between parent and infant, while stimulating the child's cognitive development. Combining exceptional ergonomics with a minimal design the Cybex Yema is the perfect fashion accessory for the moderm parent.
The correct carrying method places the infant in the healthy spread-squat position, thus helping the joints to develop. A baby carrier provides you with almost unlimited mobility: while your baby is in a snug and safe place, your hands are free to deal with the challenges of fast, urban life.
Yema Tie Baby Carrier from the Cybex by Jeremy Scott Wings Collection
From birth to 2 years (3.5 kg - 12 kg)
Adjustable head and neck rest
Comfortably padded shoulder straps
Security loop on belt
Softly padded comfort hip belt
Width adjustable seat
Hidden interior pocket for head and neck support
Interior sling fabric made from 100% cotton
Fabric covers machine washable at 30°
3 DIFFERENT CARRY POSITIONS
Front carry position - from birth
Hip carry position - from around 3 months
Back carry position - from around 6 months
FRONT CARRY POSITION
Babies can be carried facing the chest from birth. The Yema baby carrier encourages the correct posture in the spreadsquat position, which can help the hip joints to develop.
HIP CARRY POSITION
Babies that can hold their own head (from around 3 months) can also be carried in the side position. This allows them to rest against mum’s shoulder while taking in their surroundings.
BACK CARRY POSITION
Babies with good head control (from around 6 months) can be carried in the YEMA on your back, making it easy for parents to bear the baby's weight.