Journey Perfectfit Signature Backpack - Kids' by Kelty
The best way to promote your child fostering a relationship with the great outdoors is by exposing them at an early age, and that is why Kelty designed the Journey Perfectfit Signature Backpack for growing families. This pack is thoughtfully made for both the parents and the child to enjoy a pleasant experience on the trail. Intuitively designed for both parents to share the load, Kelty incorporated their PerfectFIT Suspension System for easy-to-use adjustment between varying torso sizes, and multiple adjustment points on the padded shoulder straps and hip belt to help you find a comfortable fit. And for a growing child's comfort, the packs seat is extra wide with adjustable foot stirrups for naturally-positioned posture. Two large zippered pockets are made with internal organization pouches for diapers, sunscreen, and toys, two generously-sized zippered pockets on each side of the hip belt store quick-access item for snacks and a cellphone, and a conveniently integrated sunshade is built into its own pocket so you never leave the house without it. For easy transitioning at the trailhead and the destination, multiple grab handles are located around the pack for a smooth on and off experience.
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