Kelty Tour 1.0 Kid Carrier
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- Kelty Tour child carrier ideal for backpacking and camping on your next outdoor adventure
- Adjustable, 5-point child harness; convenient child leg-secure system helps ensure easy access in and out of the child harness
- Lightweight aluminum frame supports a suspension that adjusts to fit 15 - 18 in. Torso lengths
- Maximum weight load (child + gear + pack): 50 lbs/22.6 kg. Child weight: minimum 16 lbs/7.3 kg; maximum: 40 lbs/18.1 kg.
- Backpack volume: 13 liters.Weight: 4 lb 13 oz / 2.2 kg
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Start their hiking adventures off on the right foot. The jpma-certified Kelty tour child carrier provides big comfort for kids and all the safety you could want without anything you don't. Featuring an adjustable suspension-system, you can find the right fit fast whether you're a mom or dad. Even better, your little one will be snug and protected with a 5-point padded harness that molds to their shape. With an easy-access front pocket to combat hunger and boredom, this pack is sure to gear them up for many more days on the hiking trails.
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My family and I don't do excruciating backcountry hikes with our kids. We're more of the unhurried, stop to look at every interesting insect or landscape that we pass kind of family.
This carrier looks and feels great. It's extremely light, comfortable and well made. It has served us well on light jaunts in the woods. For sub $100 – it's plenty bang for the buck.
Lastly, the leg holsters for the child/occupant are less obvious than they were in 2002, making it easy to get your child into a very uncomfortable position. I do not know how a manufacturer can take a perfectly-functional product, “update” it and then leave their customer with a less-functional product that somehow costs more.
I wish I had my 2002 model pack again. 😕