When Natibaby first released Madagascar, I instantly thought, "Awesome, a poor man's Marley!" But after seeing this wrap in person, I realized the comparison was a touch unfair. This is such a cheery wrap with vary stripes of orange, yellow, and green.
This is a twill weave woven with black, red, electric blue, hot pink, yellow and lime green threads.
This is part of Natibaby's standard line.
Natibaby stripes are a medium-thinnish wrap (depending on the colorway). Madagascar is definitely on the thinner side. I like to think of Nati stripes as good beginner wraps, but even long time babywearers enjoy wrapping with them. They tend to be a tad bit crunchy and stiff feeling brand new, but are not super beastly to wrap with right out of the box. A good wash, air dry (or tumble in the dryer on low heat) followed by a steam iron will be more than enough to break them in. Once broken in, they are typically thinner and more moldable with which to wrap. Great for squishes and good for bigger babies and toddlers in multi-layer carries. Nati stripes are also awesome for wrap conversions.