From long day hikes to foreign city travels, you need a system with bells, whistles, and plenty of cushioning. The Deuter Kid Comfort Pro Carrier offers all the long-day comfort and convenience of the Kid Comfort, with additional features such as an included sun shade, high back seating, and a detachable rear-view mirror for staying face-to-face with your little tyke. Fully adjustable shoulder straps, hip belt, and torso length allow either parent to wear the pack, with load adjustment straps for dialing in a balanced outing. The integrated daypack is perfect for baby's daily needs, and can be attached to the chest straps for easy access en route. Two grab handles and a sturdy aluminum frame keep it easy to maneuver when it's not on your back, and it's equipped with a locking kickstand so it can be set down. The Kid Comfort Pro Carrier features Deuter's Aircomfort Sensic Vario System, with padded comfort and mesh ventilation for both you and the babe. Ergonomic cushioning lets your little one nap easily during outings, with a pillow for extra napping comfort, and mesh panels strategically placed to help wick moisture away from your back. The new safety harness system uses color-coded buckles for straightforward operation, with side access if kiddo wants to climb in all by themselves.
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