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Osprey Packs Poco - Plus Child Carrier

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Bouncing Blue
  • nylon
  • Imported
  • The tensioned mesh backpanel will fit anyone's contours and and maintains airflow for excellent ventilation.
  • The shoulder harness can be adjusted a full 6" / 15cm of range for custom fit, effectively the same fit range of our XS to L backpacks.
  • The Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt allows extension of 3" / 7.5cm on each side and fits 26"/ 66cm to 52"/ 132cm hips. Simply separate the overlay pad and pull forward.
  • Simply undo the hook and loop closures at the top and bottom of the pad, and disconnect the toggles at the sides. Hand wash or wipe using water and soap, rinse thoroughly and air dry.
  • The framing around the child is fully padded for comfort and protection.
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Product Description

Product Description

The Poco Plus provides the same feature set as its sibling the Poco Premium but without the changing pad or daypack. There’s a large stretch mesh pocket and large zippered pocket on the back and our Daylite daypack can also be attached using the built-in AddOn loops.

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A built-in sunshade deploys quickly to keep your child protected from the sun's UV rays.
The Poco Plus offers a host of clever design features to make both parent and child comfortable on those long hikes down the trail or city sidewalk. For Mom and Dad, there's a size adjustable hip belt with zippered pockets, a large zippered lower compartment, inner mesh security pocket, two stretch mesh side pockets, a cell phone pocket on the shoulder strap, on-the-fly torso sizing adjustment, an ergonomic design, and ample padding to help limit fatigue. Kiddos, meanwhile, will enjoy a built-in sunshade, comfortable and padded seating well, and removable drool pad.

Features

  • AddOn cord loops allow quick attachment of Daylight daypack (sold separately)
  • Aluminum frame and injection-molded hinges provide solid, reliable deployment of the foot base with a satisfying audible click
  • Built-in sunshade quickly deploys for instant shade
  • Cell phone pocket on shoulder strap provides quick access to baby apps
  • Fit-on-the-Fly hip belt allows three-inch extension on each side and fits 26-to-52-inch hips
  • Hydration sleeve behind back panel
  • Large zippered lower compartment for diapers, jackets, and bulky items
  • Padded framing keeps parent and kid comfortable
  • Padded grab handles allow balanced lifting of the child and carrier
  • Removable drool pad affixes with hook and loop closures and side toggles
  • Mesh pockets on ventilated side wings for stowing toys and other small essentials
  • Torso harness can be adjusted to a full six inches
  • Two stretch mesh side pockets provide quick storage for essentials
  • Tensioned mesh back panel maintains airflow for excellent ventilation
  • Measures 13 by 27 by 12 inches (W x H x D):


Torso sizing is quickly and easily adjustable on-the-fly.

Lifetime Warranty
Osprey products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.


Product Details

Size: One Size | Color: Bouncing Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 30 x 13.5 inches ; 5.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005HEN1N2
  • Item model number: 877257010751
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,466 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a quality child carrier.
NLP
We love the "on the fly" fittings that are super easy to adjust when switching from myself to my husband.
Mrs. Mawty
Plenty of storage, including a pocket for our Camelbak bladder.
T.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Prism on July 12, 2012
EDIT:// THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE OSPREY PACKS POCO PLUS PREMIUM w/- detachable daypack and changing pad.

...please forgive my rambling review...a better edited/worded version would take 10x's longer to write and I'm in a house with a VERY ACTIVE 15 month old.

My husband and I have bought this pack to carry our then 13 month old more comfortably over long distances especially since we are going to be traveling out of state soon. Our daughter was 'started' in an Ergo Sport which is a 5 star product in itself--but as she's getting bigger it's harder for someone like me with dodgy shoulder/wrist and back pain to a) swivel her to my back & b) walk long distances with her on the front with the Ergo by myself. Plus, it's summer now and it's getting much too warm for body-to-body contact. Both my husband and I are not little people. He's 6'5 and I'm 5'10. The Osprey Poco Plus is SO EASY to adjust body settings between both of us--literally lift a tab and slide. Our daughter has taken a great liking to sitting in her 'pack pack' comfortably and can see well to the sides and over shoulders-she's still figuring out the stirrup usage (stirrups! so cool!) and prefers to tuck her feet back up against the back panel but she's getting it as we use the pack more. Poco Plus comes with a great lower storage compartment that has been great for packing our picnic blanket/changes of clothes/lunch toys and snacks and the included 'day pack' has been great to use as a diaper bag/quick needed item pack when both my husband and myself are out and about together (one wears bebbeh, the other wears day pack). The day pack looks small in pictures but it can hold quite a bit of stuff. Day pack + lower storage space is a lot of area to stash kid gear for a day trip or a camping trip.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Vivasueno on September 26, 2013
Color Name: Koala GreySize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
After doing days of research, I bought two packs to test out at home - the Kelty Pathfinder 3.0, and the Osprey Poco Plus. I realize the Poco Premium is more competitive with the Pathfinder because of the zip off day pack, but we really didn't need the day pack in the end. With that being the only major difference between the Poco Plus and the Poco Premium, I believe this is a fair product review/comparison.

I'm 5'2", and despite most of the Amazon reviews that I read saying that the Pathfinder is fine for shorties and/or short torsos (big difference), I found it to be uncomfortable for me. Even after a professional fitting, the padding was rigid and didn't seem to naturally conform to my back or the entire length of the shoulder straps - they dug into my clavicle. What's worse is that I was already uncomfortable WITHOUT the kid wiggling around on my back, so I knew it wasn't going to be any better with an additional 22 lbs.

I wore the pack alone around the house adjusting it as needed while doing laundry, vacuuming the floors, putting the dishes away, etc. I put my daughter in multiple times after adjusting her seat up and down, but she always ended up with an arched back no matter the adjustments. From my perspective, there was too much free space within the cockpit, and that's why her back arched. It seemed uncomfortable for her, however I tried to give myself a grace period to work out the adjustments because of Kelty's amazing reviews and the full coverage sun shade, but once I received the Poco Plus, there was no contest, and the Kelty went back.

The Poco Plus is beautifully crafted with a meticulous eye for quality, functionality, and design. It was by far easier to initially set up and use compared to the Kelty.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By B Dank on June 27, 2013
Color Name: Romper RedSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
After several months of research, my wife and I selected the Poco- Plus child carrier to introduce our son to the great outdoors. In living an active lifestyle, pushing a stroller seems counterintuitive to outdoor activity. The philosophy motivating our purchace centered on actual benefits, not only for our son, but for ourselves. We will let our son walk for as long as he can and then place him in the child carrier so that we may get physical benefits. What drew us to the Poco-Plus was the lower storage area and the sunshade. The pack is light yet can carry a load up to roughly 45 lbs. The pack is also comfortable to wear and has an adjustable waste belt for larger adults. Additionally, it is highly adjustable and works well with all body types. I personally like the child harness, which places the buckles out of reach from little hands. The one issue that I have noticed is the way in which the sunshade attaches. If the adult looses his/her grip on the buckles during deployment, it has a tendency to spring upwards, which can strike the child in the face. Take your time and don't loose your grip. Overall, I love this pack and so does our son. In my opinion, this pack should be a serious consideration for those who want to introduce their little one to the outdoors, hiking, and physical activity!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Scott on May 5, 2014
Color Name: Koala GreySize Name: One Size
Yes, it costs more than most other packs, but if it makes the difference between hiking in comfort or pain, I'll shell out the extra bucks and cut back on the fast food for a month.

Design: There is no functional difference between the Plus and the Premium. Just the changing pad (which I already have) and the detachable day pack (which I don't need). The day pack, incidentally, takes the place of the zippered side pouch and back pocket in which I carry the changing pad. For it's size, it's surprisingly light, about 6 pounds. The shoulder straps are nicely padded and ventilated. The killer feature for me is the mesh back that separates you from the child section of the pack. Catch a cross wind, and you can actually feel a breeze on your back. When I take the pack off, my shirt isn't soaking wet. The bottom cargo compartment is huge, but it's formed by the flip out stand, so when it's folded in, you lose most of that capacity. There are two small zippered hip pouches good for keys, swiss army knife, compass, etc...There is a shoulder "cell phone" pocket, but unless you have a old flip phone, forget it. It does fit my Canon S95 perfectly, though. Two mesh pockets make up the sides of the child area, good for toys and pacifiers. Around back is the zippered compartment good for some diapers and an open pocket secured by a buckle. There are also loops on the four corners should you want to add a day pack or secure some straps for extra carrying load. Everything operates with a satisfying click or snap and the straps are easy to adjust, even on the fly. The torso adjustment has a wide range but it does take some fiddling to get right. I used a bag of rice weigh it down instead of annoying my son. The child straps click together behind the child's shoulder, so they can't get to them.
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