A ring sling is a piece fabric, usually between 6-7 feet long, that has a pair of rings attached to one end. The fabric is threaded through the rings, much like a belt, and then worn like a sash around one of the wearer's shoulders and torso. Ring slings are usually used to position the baby on the wearer’s front or hip. The wearer can adjust the sling, making it looser or tighter, simply by pulling the excess fabric (AKA “tail”) through the rings. Ring slings are known for their ability to get a snug custom fit thanks to their infinite adjustability and can be used with newborns, infants, and toddlers.