You absolutely need bonding pouches for sugar gliders. There is no better way to get started taking your special friend with you. But there are so many to choose from, which is best? Or at least, what is important? Will I find one I like, and my suggie also likes?
It is terribly important for the small pet to feel safe. They do while in their cage, but when out in public, they may be prey to predators such as hawks, cats and the like. So having something to carry the little guy in, will make them feel secure and you won't have to worry about an escape. I got my first glider about 17 years ago and had to carry her around in my pocket. I kept her on me almost all the time when we were home, and she became accustomed to me so on the rare occasion when we were out and she got off me, she immediately got back on me. Having something with a zipper on it would have been so much better.
Since others who own one of these cute pets continuously ask me, I decided to do some shopping so I could make some recommendations. When I shop online, I like seeing if there are reviews, but certainly look at an item for its own merits. I through out the best and worst review and see what is left. I also look at pricing. However if you have invested anywhere from $150 to 600 for a pet, spending $20 to keep it save in public should be acceptable.
Here is a variety of choices so something should fit your fancy. Long straps or short. Different shapes. Color options you may like. (The occupant of any of these won't care what color scheme you choose.) Gliders tend to like cozy, "snuggley" places ,but sometimes they can get pretty warm so one that is a little more spacious was included as well.