- Product Dimensions: 13 x 17 x 31 inches ; 7 pounds
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- Average Customer Review: 63 customer reviews
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Deuter Kid Comfort 3
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- JPMA Certified for Safety - Independently tested to exceed state and federal safety guidelines; Soft padded 5-point safety harness adjusts to the child’s size and height; Developed with a pediatric specialist to promote safe, healthy sitting position; Wide kickstand offers stability when pack is set down
- Maximum Ventilation - Deuter’s innovative AirContact back system delivers a body-hugging fit paired with unmatched breathability; The large open pore structure of the AirContact pads performs a pump effect, whereby every movement prompts the exchange of air moving warmth and moisture away from the body; The result: 15% less perspiration than with other body-contour packs
- Comfortable for Kids and Parents - Step-in side access makes it simpler to get kids in and out of the carrier; Soft chin pad provides optimum support for little ones to rest or nap and is removeable and washable; Height-adjustable footrests keep little legs warm and promote circulation; An aluminum frame pairs up with ergonomic, padded hip belt and load adjustment straps for optimal load transfer and stability
- Fully Adjustable - VariFit system easily adjusts to the exact length of the wearer’s back, perfect for quickly swapping the pack between mom and dad without first having to remove child from the carrier; Anatomically shaped, pivoting VariFlex hip wings follow your every movement, even on steep or uneven terrain; S-shaped shoulder straps relieve neck strain
- Features and Specs - 2 grab handles makes pack easy to lift without assistance; Ample storage pockets and compartments; Integrated, collapsible sunroof; Compatible with 2- or 3-liter hydration systems and rain cover (sold separately); Includes teddy bear; Weight Limit: 48.5 lbs (22kg). Volume: 18 L. Item Weight: 7lb 11oz (3.5kg). Dimensions: 31 x 17 x 13 in. Material: MacroLite 210 / PU Coated Super-Polytex.
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The Deuter Kid Comfort II is comfortable for adults to wear and for kids to be inside.
The Deuter Kid Comfort II is rugged yet lightweight. Take on trails, hikes, or short walks because it's easy to put on and take anywhere.
Deuter's backsystem will reduce perspiration and help with sweat wicking. The padded back, shoulders, and hip fins will relieve pressure from carrying heavier loads. The ergonomic design makes it comfortable to take a long bigger kids for longer periods of time.
Hydration compatible. Use up to a 3 Liter bladder for longer excursions (not included).
Integrated kick stand makes a convenient and safe platform that bigger kids can let themselves in our out. The platform makes it easy to rest on level surfaces to let kids in or out.
Color: Black/Granite | Size: One Size
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We decided to buy this one after researching reviews of the Kelty Pathfinder 3.0 and the Deuter Kid Comfort 3. This is SO extremely comfortable. The hips in this versus the Osprey Poco Premium are night and day. I also feel like this one is safer for my little girl. This one has a 5 point harness, much like a carseat. So instead of straps only going over the shoulder, they go over both legs as well. So if you need to bend down to pick something up, your child feels much more secure. The back the the child's back rests on comes up much higher, also providing more neck support.
I really like the pillow drool pad feature on this one. The osprey one was more so just material that could be removed and spot cleaned. But on the Deuter its an actual comfy pillow, so its a lot easier for a child to fall asleep on during hikes.
You can load your kiddo in by side-loading (as opposed to only putting the kid in through the top of the carrier. This is a great feature, especially as your child grows.
The kick stand - You can have the kick stand pushed in even if you have things in the lower storage compartment. On the osprey the lower compartment blocks the kickstand from shutting.
Overall, it's just WAY more comfortable than the Osprey Poco Premium AG. I also like the material better. I feel like it's more secure for my child.
I just came back from a 2 week trip in Japan where I didn't bother bringing a stroller and just carried Boen around in the backpack whenever we needed to transport him. The backpack is rated for about 40 pounds of kid and 9 pounds of gear. It has a built in sun shield/rain shield, but is an open configured backpack, so don't expect it to keep your kid dry in rain without him wearing waterproof clothing. In practice, mommy will probably scream at you long before kiddie gets wet and cold.
The major problem with this pack is that it's not really made for skinny men with no hips. As you can guess, I fall into that category, so I cinch up the waist belt all the way to minimum, clip it on, and luckily that's enough that it doesn't slip. Once you do that, all the weight is on your hip and you can definitely move around with the kid all day.
As you can see, I could bend down and shoot one kid and still have the other one in the backpack. I wouldn't call it the most comfortable position in the world, but it's doable, and I was doing this multiple days during the trip. At various points during the trip, I'd have Boen in the backpack, be towing a rolling luggage, have my CPAP sling bag around my neck, and the EOS M3 kit in a bag around my neck as well, and then walk to the hotel from the train station. That I could manage it all was a testament to how comfortable this pack was.
Boen seemed very comfortable as well, falling asleep in the backpack more than once. When Boen wasn't using the bag, Bowen would try to get into the bag and sit in it. I've carried Bowen in it a couple of times (he weighs about 10 pounds more than Boen). It's OK, but it's not more comfortable than just carrying him directly on my shoulders, though it probably is more comfortable for him. Since the pack itself weighs almost 10 pounds, whenever I can carry Bowen on my shoulders I do so rather than using the pack.
The one bug is in the kick-stand. It is possible for the kick-stand to fold in under the lowest metal bar at the bottom of the pack. Then when you reach back to unfold it you'll have to yank and yank to get it to unfold so you can put the pack down. If there's any improvement feasible, I'd say that limiting the motion of the folding kick-stand to eliminate this possibility would be high on my list of priorities.
I consider baby backpacks much better than any of the alternative carrier systems. They scale up better than any front carriers, and this one provides nice features like a built in hydration setup. It's expensive, but I guess having kids is just plain expensive and there's no way around it. Recommended.
It does help to have another person to assist in the beginning until you get use to it. But now I can strap my kid while the backpack is standing up at the back of my SUV and then squat a little to strap it to myself. Just took some practice. would recommend to anyone that is somewhat fit and willing to give some time to get use to it.
Just a tip- I practiced with my kid in it walking through a park before I hit the trails.