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Most successful Deuter child carrier. The new and improved frame design and fabric add to the increased carrying comfort. This carrier will be comfortable for a long trek for dad and junior with the added padding and integrated hydration sleeve. 48.5 lbs total weight capacity.

– large zipped pocket under the seat
– large rear pocket for valuables
– side mesh pockets
– storage for optional Sun and Rain Cover when not in use
– hydration system compatible
– 3M reflector
– new easily adjustable 5-point safety harness system
– holds child and gear up to 48.5 lbs.
– height adjustable seat + harness for child
– side entry buckle
– Vari-Quick harness system
– Carrying Capacity = 48.5 lbs.

When i knew my husband was coming home i knew that meant hiking, traveling, fishing, and vacations. We do alot when he is home and a stroller was not going to cut it. I had seen some nice baby backpacks but really did not know much about them.

Deuter offered me their Kid Comfort II. On the website it looked nice, in person, it was amazingly comfortable! It arrived and i thought i would have trouble getting Ariel into it willingly and just getting it on myself. Mind you i had never used one before and my husband had not arrived home yet. So if i fell over, i was on my own. I was a little worried but got her in easy, she was able to buckle her self up, i made sure they were secure, and started on my side. Now i sat down on the floor to do it. I buckled all up and slowly stood up. I could not believe how light it felt with her in it. It was more than easy to use.

It has so many pockets and zippered compartments, i really don’t even know what you would use them all for. The padding in the waist and back part for the adult is very sturdy and feels almost like memory foam. The little bear you see in the picture actually comes with it too!

When my husband arrived, sure enough he wanted to go for a walk through the woods. By the way, Ariel can of course walk just fine, but you know how toddlers get after a while, its easier to have a backpack ready to carry them. Well we started up the hill, and about 2 hours later she was still good to go in the backpack. My husband was just fine as well. He said at one point he forgot she was back there lol. We went up and down some steep hills, through trees, etc and that backpack was just fine with her.

Would I buy it?- Yes

If you are looking to invest in a good quality baby backpack, the Kid Comfort II is a great choice. I would add that if you plan on purchasing this one, buy the added rain/sun hood for it.

You can find the Kid Comfort II at one of these 11 stores.

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I was provided a Deuter Kid Comfort II for my review.

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