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Fun-loving baby carrier.
Ready for street festivals, farmers' markets, and casual hikes, the Phil and Teds Parade Baby Carrier gives you the freedom to enjoy the outdoors and travel with your baby or small toddler. This carrier supports up to 40 pounds, accommodating babies that can support their neck to toddlers three years of age. Cute and compact, its flat-folding design won't take up excess space in your trunk, also lending itself to convenient travel and storage. Another ingenious feature is the pop-out kickstand, which facilitates easy loading without requiring a helping hand.
The adjustable harness dials in a great fit for you and your baby, with the plush padded hip belt distributing heavy loads. Air-tech mesh along the back panel reduces pressure without soaking you in perspiration, thanks to breathable micro-perforations. Drop-in side pockets carry your water bottles, wallet, and keys. Plus, there's even a detachable mini backpack that's an adorable addition for you toddler when they're accompanying you on shopping trips and daily errands.
- 40 pound carrying capacity
- Folds flat for compact storage & travel
- Pop-out loading stand
- Lightweight aluminum frame
- Adjustable harness for adult & child
- Plush padded hip belt, Air-tech mesh back panel
- Drop-in bottle pockets at sides
- Detachable mini backpack
- Zippered hip belt pocket
- Item #PHL0007
- Q & A
Fits a Shorter Torso, but NO Sunshade
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Height: 5'3"
- Weight: 130lbs
As a 5'3" avid hiker, I was excited to try on a low-volume backpack that actually FIT the length of my torso. (Most kid carrier backpacks have shoulder straps that adjust to accommodate a shorter torso, but because the overall length of the backpack is still long, that just means the top of the pack comes up to the middle of the back of my head - super annoying when you're hiking, duh, uphill) That said, Phil and Teds does NOT make a sunshade compatible with the Parade, which was a deal-breaker for me so I had to return it.
They're coming with you no matter what.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Your little folks won't leave you alone until you eventually give in and let them come along. Why not make it easy? Whether you're trekking to the campsite, the fishing spot, or just the corner store to snag a RedBox dvd, they can have their own little adventure. Packing snacks and extra kid supplies is a breeze with the added storage. Don't hesitate to contact me for more comprehensive youth transportation solutions.