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10 Reviews


From aspen groves to redwood thickets.

We hate to break it to you, but that bald spot isn't genetic. All those times you were carrying around your little ankle biter in the Osprey Poco AG Premium 39L Kid Carrier and couldn't get over the fact that the mosquitos were going to mow-town on your head, that was actually Joey (kindly) thinning the trees and plucking out hairs like it was his day job. Thankfully, other than that mildly scarring experience, the Poco AG Premium Kid Carrier upholds the prime experience of comfort, versatility, and all-around fun.

Osprey poured everything it knows about making comfortable, easy-to-carry packs into the design of the Poco AG Premium Kid Carrier. Equipped with the same suspension as Osprey's famed Atmos and Aura AG, the Poco AG is crafted with a lightweight yet durable Anti-Gravity Aluminum Suspension that ensures a comfortable ride for both the carrier and the carried, while the Anti-Gravity AirSpeed Backpanel encourages ample ventilation with its 3D tensioned mesh and conforming construction. In addition to an adjustable fit, ventilation, and plenty of padding for you, the Poco Premium includes a host of features to keep your little one safe and happy when you both head out on a hike. A fully framed and padded kid-cockpit ensures a comfortable cruise and the built-in sunshade, butterfly harness, adjustable childseat (complete with safety leg loops), and adjustable, removable stirrups further contribute to the Poco AG's easy amenities. Not to mention, the Poco AG can be easily adjusted to fit any member for the family, except the tyke himself.

  • Backpack for bringing a mini adventurer along
  • Adjustable for adult and passenger comfort
  • Wide base with locking footbar keeps it stable
  • Removable daypack for quick side trips
  • Back-panel reservoir sleeve to keep you hydrated
  • Built-in sunshade protects your tot from harmful rays
  • Removable and washable drool pad to keep things clean
  • Safety mirror helps you keep your eyes on your kiddo
  • Item #OSP004T

Tech Specs

[main] 210D nylon shadow box, [accent] 400HD nylon packcloth, [bottom] 420D nylon packcloth
Anti-Gravity (aluminum frame)
Shoulder Straps
Waist Belt
Fit-on-the-Fly (adjustable, padded, and ventilated)
39L (2380cu in)
1 zippered slash, 1 front mesh panel, 1 backpanel resevoir sleeve, 1 stretch harness storage, 1 lower zippered, 2 zippered hip, 2 side stretch mesh, 1 main zippered
Sun / Rain Cover
yes, sun
Hydration Compatible
Recommended Child Weight
[max load] 48.5lb
29 x 15 x 17in
Claimed Weight
8lb 5oz
Recommended Use
travel, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

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Perfect for kids

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Osprey never ceased to make amazing packs. Their AG technology gives the pack an almost weightless feel. Every detail has been thought out for what you might need on a hike including a sunshade for your child. I just got this for my brother, his new wife and baby. I'd definitely recommend this child carrier for short day hikes, if you wanted to do longer hikes I'd go up a volume size for the storage options.

Teach your kids to get lost

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First, I am really happy that I went with the pack with the extra storage. We are easily able to fit anything we would need for diaper changes, snacks, extra cloths (in case). Plus, don't want the storage, or even want to go sans carrier? The pack zips off into a nice little daypack. The Fit on the Fly system is great for when they wife and I tag-out who is carrying the kid and the Anti-Gravity frame distributes the weight perfectly to make just about any weight bearable. This has been great for hiking and for times we know an event is going to be crowded and a stroller is just going to get in the way.

Teach your kids to get lost

How to get a foot ahead

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I purchased this pack for my brother who just had a baby and it's now safe to say that I am the favorite aunt. He has nothing but great things to say about the pack and is really excited that it's adjustable so his wife can comfortably wear the pack.

Start them young!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my first child carrier backpack, but I think I hit the jackpot. It is so comfortable! There are a lot of storage compartments with some that are easily accessible while wearing the pack. I love the sunshade canopy it is very effective and easy to use. The child harness seems to be very comfortable because my child loves to be in it and usually falls asleep. It's awesome having the option to do longer, steeper hikes with a pack that is so comfortable.

Magnificent for the hiker with wee ones!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Now that I've had this thing out on about a dozen hikes I need to share my unbridled love for this pack! First and foremost, I can't figure out how this thing makes the weight of 35+ pounds of 1 year old, bottles of milk, diapers, wipes, food, and a 1.5L water reservoir feel so light, but it does. I can barely stand wearing just my son for 20 minutes in a baby bjorn-style carrier but this thing I've worn for 3 hours and 6+ miles without batting an eye. The anti-gravity waist system, when set up properly for YOUR size (which is pretty easy and takes about 5 minutes), is just superb and puts most of the weight on your hips and on the forward portion of your shoulders and chest, NOT tugging down on your shoulders. This makes it incredibly comfortable. Beyond the comfort, for a day-hiker like myself this thing hold a LOT of gear. The lower compartment will hold a small cooler with three baby bottles and an ice pack as well as a pack of wipes, plenty of diapers, and a change of clothes. The top main compartment will easily hold enough food to get you and your wee one through the day and then some. The waterproof pouch up top is great for a pair of sunglasses, phone, wallet, and keys. There are multiple mesh side pouches that are great for packing out your trash or stuffing extra water bottles. The water reservoir compartment is a bit of a tight squeeze but holds my Camelbak MilSpec 1.5L easily and will take my 3L Camelbak reservoir as well, albeit you will feel it against your lumbar region a bit. Ventilation is superb as my back is never sweaty save for some condensation dripping down from the reservoir. Very stable, this pack doesn't budge while hopping down ledges or ducking side to side down narrow trails. Lastly, the baby compartment seems very cozy, very roomy, and is very secure with latching over the shoulder harnesses that keep baby nice and secure when looking over cliffs, etc. The stirrups are great and just add to the secure, comfortable fitment for your child. The sun canopy is enveloping, completely shading your kid while also having mesh side to allow plenty of airflow. Bottom line: You get what you pay for and, while you pay a lot, you get a pack that is clearly well-designed, functional, comfortable, and does everything I have needed of it thus far. Top that off with Osprey's lifetime almighty guarantee that will fix any damage YOU cause to the pack for as long as you own it? That's standing behind your products. Can't recommend this pack enough!

Magnificent for the hiker with wee ones!

This is awesome!!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

We got this carrier for our 7 month old Theo. It is awesome. The AG system makes for the most comfortable pack I have every worn. The sun shade for the little buddy is perfect. We are always trying to keep him out of the sun and when he is in the carrier we don't have to worry. Overall the thought that Osprey puts in to this carrier can be seen and felt in every aspect when you use it. It is seriously awesome!!!

Comfortable well built pack

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Haven’t load-tested this backpack yet, but it appears more than large enough to accommodate a child and some gear. The straps appear well-padded, though until there’s 40lbs in it you never know. Other reviewers have complained about the hip strap, but it appears that it will be comfortable enough.

Fitting your Osprey Poco

Here is a great "how to" on fitting the Osprey Poco Kid Carrier for you and your child! Let me know if you have additional questions.


Osprey Rep

Hey Burns, that is so interesting - I have never heard that comment. The hipbelt is different in the way that it holds on to your body. i LOVE it, and that is what I have heard from so, so many people. I hope you give it a try!

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Osprey fanatic!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

We love osprey in our family and the poco is no different. We love it. It has great pockets for lots of storage. Our baby girl seemed really comfortable in it. She almost immediately put her head down for a nap. The fabric is super soft . And there is a little forest scene embroidered for the child to look at that is really cute. Amazing quality and awesome warrantee with osprey! It fits comfortably for us to carry and really distributes the weight . Couldn't be better. Great color too.

Osprey fanatic!

My kid loves it!

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

I recently bought this carrier (my first hiking kid carrier) and my 10 month old son loves riding in it. It has a ton a space for gear and essentials and the hip belt pockets are roomy enough to fit my Samsung Galaxy, lip balm, and snacks. It took awhile to get the torso adjustments right, its very easy to adjust, just took awhile to get it right for my frame. I've only used it a couple of times so far but I have two complaints, the first is that the mirror that comes with it sucks, for the price of the carrier I should at least get a decent mirror, and secondly, the sternum strap is quite high, its kinda weird. Other than that, its an awesome carrier, lightweight and easy to use (despite trying to find the right torso adjustments), I'll update after I've used it more.