The Deuter Kid Comfort 2 Child Carrier. A favorite with parents and kids alike: designed for that feeling of boundless freedom on longer hikes. The sporty Kid Comfort was the first ever TÜV and GS approved child carrier worldwide in 1996 and became JPMA certified in the USA in 2014. Since then it has taken thousands of kids and parents on great excursions outdoors. Yet we never stand still and are constantly fine-tuning our products. Thus, our popular carrier is now even more improved in comfort and safety: the height and the width of the seat can be effortlessly adjusted – even with the child already seated. The kids can also themselves climb in and out of the seat via the side access. The new ergonomic, large chin pad provides maximum safety and stability in the ‘cabin’ front. When the child takes a nap and the head sinks forward it rests comfortably with optimum side support. The various pockets and compartments provide multiple storing options, while the back system can be easily adjusted to the wearer. The pivoting Vari Flex hip fins sit perfectly and diligently follow every movement and the Aircontact system saves energy and offers a snug, comfortable fit.
The Deuter Kid Comfort 3 Child Hauler! First class travel for passenger and captain alike on any family expedition! Pivoting Vari Flex hip belt delivers ultimate comfort and precise load control. They are concave in shape and ultra-comfortable, sit perfectly, follow every movement with ease and distribute the weight evenly to the hips. And because they allow maximum freedom of movement, they help save energy. The child enjoys the stability and comfort of the softly padded, high rising backrest and the integrated sun roof protects from the burning sun. With its clever construction you can easily stow the roof in the headrest. The kid’s ‘basecamp’ comes in a new design and now offers an allround padded cabin covered with breathable, skin-friendly fabric. The flexible foot rests as well as the ergonomic chin pad and seat pads guarantee a safe and ergonomic posture. One problem might arise though: it is quite likely the passenger will refuse to exit the cockpit...
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