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He's comfortable in the cabin, you're comfortable in the driver's seat.

Of the many titles you've held in life, you never thought one would be "Baby Sherpa." You love it though, as you haul your munchkin through nature. The Deuter Kid Comfort II Carrier gets both of you out there and in comfort. This durable carrier ensures proper weight distribution, adjustability, support, and moisture transfer.

The Varifit adjustment system allows you to customize your fit by making individual height adjustments, which is good for both parents. Aircontact system uses an anatomically shaped X-frame for support. The padded hip-belt and aluminum frame provide support and proper weight distribution. Two handles aid in putting the pack on or hauling it in and out of your car. In case you need to set the carrier down (with or without your kid in it), the fold-out aluminum stand is directly attached to the frame to support the carrier on level surfaces. A large lower pouch and small mesh side pocket are ideal for diapers, snacks, and bottle. Make sure you stay hydrated when you are porting your precious kid by utilizing the hydration compartment.

The Kid Comfort II has a 5-point harness secures child with cushioned straps and easy-to-use buckle that makes getting the little one in and out easy. The height-adjustable seat permits use with babies and toddlers (babies should be able to hold up head before riding in carrier). You can vary the distance from the frame whether your kid is upright or sleeping with the adjustable shoulder/head pads. The head pad lets your kid sleep soundly and even catches stray drool―there's even a detachable and washable dribble pillow just for that.

  • Varifit adjustable shoulder harness
  • Aluminum frame with fold-out stand
  • Aircontact back system, Veriflex padded hip-belt
  • Hydration compatible
  • Adjustable 5-point child safety harness
  • Side entry child access
  • Adjustable shoulder/head pads
  • Detachable/washable dribble pillow
  • Height-adjustable seat, breathable seat cushions
  • Large lower zippered cargo space and small mesh side pocket
  • Maximum carrying capacity 48.5lb

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father test, kid approved

father test, kid approved

Got to be comfortable if the little guy falls asleep in the first 30 minutes. Internal straps to secure baby are brilliant. Rain cover is separate - works great as a sun cover too.

5 5

Love!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this pack for our trip to the Smokies next month and our future trip to Germany. I've only worn this walking in my neighborhood with my 14 month, 18 pound daughter to get both of us use to the backpack. I love it and so does my daughter who hates being confined. Everytime I pull out the pack for our walk, she has the biggest smile on her face and practically climbing in herself.

I'm small myself, just under 5'4 and 115 lbs and the pack is very comfortable. No rubbing on the hips when I walk. Its hot and humid where I live, even in the early mornings, and my back doesn't get sweaty.

I also purchased the sun and rain hood which has worked out well for use. We even got caught in a downpour and it definitely protected my daughter from getting more wet.

I'm excited to use it on the trails in the Smokies. Definitely much better than using my Britax front carrier. Plus, there's enough storage for diapers, wipes, snacks and more that makes it even better. So glad I won't have to carry an extra bag for all our needs.

Love!
5 5

If my baby's happy, I'm happy.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My baby girl loves to hike but she's not generally THIS smiley after a long hike... Previously, I lugged her around in a Baby Bjorn front pack which she was much too big for. (You know it's time to upgrade when it looks like you have a kid strapped to your chest). It was time for a major upgrade.

This pic is from the maiden voyage of our Deuter Kid Comfort II. She is very cozy/comfortable in this carrier. Dad approved.

If my baby's happy, I'm happy.
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Adorable Aaron!
That is one happy camper.
It looks SIGNIFICANTLY more comfortable than the crappier carrier my parents stuffed me into back in the day!

Lucky little nugget!