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When you start wrapping and getting into the woven wrap 'world' it can be very confusing. It's like a different language knowing what everyone is talking about?

Because it can be a bit of a mouthful, carry types and finishes are abbreviated this makes it quicker to write and say. So here is a look at most of the carries and finishes you will see and hear.

FCC - Front cross carry

FWCC – Front Wrap Cross Carry

CCC - Charlies Cross carry

BWCC- Back wrap cross carry

AR – Autumns Ruck

RUB – Ruck (tied) Under Bum

RTIF – Ruck Tied In Front

JBC/HJBC – Jordan’s Back Carry – Half Jordan’s Back Carry

SHBC – Secure High Back Carry

DH - Double hammock

WPC - Wiggle proof carry

PHC - Poppins hip carry

RHC - Robins hip carry

CHCC- Coolest hip cross carry

NSRS - No sew ring sling

DHRBC - Double Hammock with Ruckless Bikini Carry finish

DSS2S - double sling shoulder to shoulder

IOCHCC - inside out coolest hip cross carry

JBC - jordan’s back carry

PWCC - pocket wrap cross carry

RRR - reinforced rear ruck aka Pirate's Carry

TC - Taiwanese carry

UTDH - Unpoppable Twisted Double Hammock

​Wrap finish terms

CB - Chest belt

CCCB – Candy Cane Chest Belt

TT – Tied Tibetan

TTK - Tied tibetan knotless

TUB – Tied Under Bum

TAS – Tied At Sholder

Buy/sell/trading terms

FS- For sale

FT- For trade

FTO - For trade only

FSOT – For Sale or trade

ISO -In Search Of

DISO – Desperately in search of

BN- Brand New

BNIB- Brand New In Box

BNIP- Brand New In Package

BNWT- Brand New With Tags

MMARO-Make me a reasonable offer

TV – Trade Value

​RV - Retail value

MV - Market value ( Higher than retail value)

Item condition terms

HTF – Hard To Find

HSA – Highly Sought After

FFS – Free For Shipping

PIF – Pay If Forward

GUC – Good Used Condition

EUC – Excellent Used Condition

VGUC – Very Good Used Condition

MV- Market Value

OOAK – One Of A Kind

This is not an exhaustive list, and they do sometimes change. Did this help?


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