The second-hand sling market is booming, and often a great way to pick up a bargain! Bear in mind, however, that caveat emptor still applies, and you should always make sure you know exactly what you’re buying.
Whenever we make a sling we add its photos and details to a Facebook album; we recommend that you find the album of the sling for sale and double-check the details. Be sure to ask about any flaws / damage / wear and tear and whether they are structural or just cosmetic. If the sling has been altered since purchase (including but not limited to dyes, hood alterations, added accessories, embroidery etc), we cannot accept any responsibility for problems. If you are in any doubt as to the details of the original carrier, or if you’re worried whether a flaw is structural or purely cosmetic please do get in touch and we will be more than happy to help if we can.