Ergonomically carrying your baby combined with exclusive designs!

Tula, a brand that focuses on ergonomic baby carriers, arose from the story of Mike & Ula, who were looking for a father-friendly and ergonomic carrier after the birth of their second baby. They couldn’t find exactly what they were looking for anywhere, so they asked their Vietnamese grandmother to make them the very first Tula.

What does Tula stand for?

Nowadays, Tula is renowned for its exclusive, cheerful designs combined with its hip-friendly and ergonomic carrying position. All of their baby carriers (the Baby Tula, the Toddler Tula, and the Free-to-Grow Tula) guarantee the natural frog position for your baby.

Do you want more information about Tula? Check our frequently asked questions.

The Tula Story

The story of Tula begins with two people from distant worlds, Mike frim Vietnam and Ula from Poland... 

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Which Tula carrier is best for you?

Consult our comparison chart to discover the different Tula carriers and find the best option for you and your baby. 

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About Babywearing

Trendy and funky ergonomic carriers!

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Tula Tutorials

Our tutorials will be a great help when putting on your Tula carrier!

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The summer must haves for your (newborn) baby!

How do you survive your first summer with your newborn baby? In the shadow, that’s for sure. But there are also summerproof products that make those summer days with small children just a little easier!

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The most practical accessories for babies and kids !

When you have children, you’ll soon discover the must-have items during their education, when they play and while they grow up. Especially when you have a newborn, some items are really essential. Mommy Jamey has her own favorites, she'd like to share!

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Lieselot adores her Tula Toddler!

I’m already fan of babywearing since the arrival of our first baby. The baby wrap always helped us a lot. I have to say that until recently, we only carried the little ones. When we had another baby, the eldest would sit in a stroller. But when we went to Australia, everything changed…

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