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Kid Comfort Pro-Deuter-Midnight-Uncle Dan's, Rock/Creek, and Gearhead Outfitters

Kid Comfort Pro

Style: 3620319
Regular price $330.00
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Mountain adventures become much more pleasant with the ingenious, new Aircomfort Sensic Vario mesh backsystem. The weight of the load is transferred perfectly, the child carrier fits securely while the back is fully ventilated. The child carrier fits snuggly enough for easy carrying, yet the parent's back remains fully ventilated. The Kid Comfort offers the most options for passengers: the large, soft pillow gently braces a tired child's head even in the corners of the pack so that naps can truly occur anywhere outdoors. The Kid Comfort Pro also comes with an integrated, separately useable daypack for quick missions to the changing room, as well as a sun roof and a mirror for a rear-view of the rider.

  • Details

    Features

    • Aircomfort System
    • Bottom Compartment
    • External Pockets (3)
    • Padded Hip Belt
    • Adjustable Sternum Strap
    • Daypack included
    • Load Adjustment Straps
    • Pull-Forward Hip Fins
    • Vari Slide System

    Specs

    • Weight: 8 lbs. 4 oz.
    • Volume: 22 liters
    • Size: 31/ 17/ 13 (H x W x D) Inch
    • Fits Torso Length 15-21"
    • 210D PA
      210 denier polyamide fabric with strong ripstop threads and PU coating. This fine, lightweight and yet abrasion resistant nylon is optimal for lightweight backpack construction.

Features

  • Aircomfort System
  • Bottom Compartment
  • External Pockets (3)
  • Padded Hip Belt
  • Adjustable Sternum Strap
  • Daypack included
  • Load Adjustment Straps
  • Pull-Forward Hip Fins
  • Vari Slide System

Specs

  • Weight: 8 lbs. 4 oz.
  • Volume: 22 liters
  • Size: 31/ 17/ 13 (H x W x D) Inch
  • Fits Torso Length 15-21"
  • 210D PA
    210 denier polyamide fabric with strong ripstop threads and PU coating. This fine, lightweight and yet abrasion resistant nylon is optimal for lightweight backpack construction.