Deuter Kid Comfort


RRP: £250.00
NOW: £223.44 (£186.20 ex VAT)

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Deuter Kid Comfort Child Carrier

Mountain adventures with the whole family are nothing but pleasant with the ingenious carry system. Dueters' Aircomfort Sensic Vario system, which comes straight from their mountain sport bag range, transfers the weight perfectly onto the hips due to the flexible, moveable hip belt. While the VariSlide adjustment system means the back length can be fine tuned no matter who is wearing it and remains fully ventilated. A large, soft pillow gently braces a sleepy child‘s head so cheeky naps can occur anywhere outdoors.

  • Weight: 3100g


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