Deuter Kid Comfort 2


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Deuter Kid Comfort 2

This child carrier is a fantastic way of getting both you and your little one out and about on adventures with great comfort. The Aircontact system has breathable padding with hollow ventilating foam that allows the user to stay cool and comfortable while wearing the Kid Comfort.

The stepped Vari Fit back easily adjusts to fit a range of back lengths. The Vari Flex hip straps also pivot to ensure maximum comfort and stability to the wearer. The height of the child's seat and the foot rests can be adjusted separately to fit your child even after growth spurts.

The safety features play a key role in this pack; with a padded 5-point safety harness, a wide, stable aluminium frame and a locking kickstand, you can be sure that your child will be secure at all times.

Additional practical features include:

  • Multiple storage options, with pockets on the hip belt and sides of the carrier, a large compartment under the seat and a stretch compartment at the back.
  • Durable and lightweight materials of Deuter MacroLite and Deuter Super Polytex
  • Padded hip belt and sternum strap
  • Detachable chin strap
  • Foldable for easy storage
  • Sun and rain covers available as optional extras

Weight: 3.25kg

Volume: 16l


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