Made in France in two varieties - the Miel et Malice 100% Organic cotton, and Biotiful 50% linen / 50% organic cotton. Colimacon + Cie are easy to care for and supportive.
The 100% cotton Miel et Malice wraps are available in Natural as well as a range of bright colours.
The 50% linen Biotiful is in an elegant oatmeal natural colourway.
Available in 2.5 mtr, 3 mtr, 3.5 mtr, 4 mtr, 4.5 mtr, 5 mtr, 5.5 mtr and 6 mtr lengths, we also stock Colimacon + Cie wrap conversions made by renowned Australian maker Beetlebums.
Please note that all lengths and colourways may not be in stock, but can be added on request to our next order.
Finely Woven's Review:
The C+C Miel et Malice (which I have been using in shorty carries with a 2.5 metre wrap) is very soft and easy to wrap with out of the box. A medium to thin, dense twill weave with a similar flannelly softness to a Girasol, I found that the C+C is mouldable and soft on the shoulder, with good diagonal stretch and medium grip. Quite cushy considering the flatness of the weave. Living in the tropics, it would perhaps be a little warm for multilayer carries in summer, but I found it OK on a hot, sticky day in a single layer, probably on a par with a Storch Leo. It would suit even the warmer parts of Australia in single layers in summer and multilayers in the cooler months. I find mine supportive in a ruck with my 2 year old, 11 kg toddler, and also occasionally wear it comfortably in multilayers with my 20kg four and a half year old. These are a great choice for beginners and experienced wrappers alike, and are easy to care for and very difficult (almost impossible) to pull. They are a wonderful, affordable addition to a stash, and also make great conversions.
The 50% linen Biotiful is of similar thickness to the Miel et Malice but is an airier weave, making it cooler in the summer but with comparable if not greater support. It has similar wrapping qualities, but is a little grippier and more solid than its cotton counterpart. Being 50% linen, these are very stiff out of the box, and although they soften significantly after an initial wash and iron, they still require breaking in before they are at full softness and mouldability. A wrapper with some experience will find that they are not difficult to wrap with after an initial wash, but they don't have the full flexibility that they will get with use. For that reason, these are not the ideal choice for beginner wrappers.