Baby Back Pack Cross Country Carrier Stand Child Kid Sun Shade Visor Green

September 6, 2017 - Comment

  This Clevr Child backpack carrier is madade of strong but lightweight metal frame and 600d oxford cloth, it can withstand the elements and daily use. It features multiple pockets, thick padded shoulder pads, padded waist strap, and two side water bottle holders. Extra large back pocket for diapers and necessities, which also features a

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This Clevr Child backpack carrier is madade of strong but lightweight metal frame and 600d oxford cloth, it can withstand the elements and daily use. It features multiple pockets, thick padded shoulder pads, padded waist strap, and two side water bottle holders. Extra large back pocket for diapers and necessities, which also features a safety reflective strip across the back pocket. Sun/Rain canopy can be easily removed at anytime.

The child carrier features an easy adjustment system to provide a comfortable fit for you and your child. Metal stands allow it to sit upright on a flat surface and can be quickly folded in when on the go. Folds flat for easy storage and portability. Ideal for children from 6 months up to 4 years – max weight: 40 pounds (Child Max 33lbs).

Clevr Baby Backpack 202 Cross Country Carrier Green w/ Stand Child Kid toddler

DetailsOnly weighs 5 pounds!Foldable metal frame folds flatMultiple pockets including two water bottle pocketsThick padded shoulder pads and bolstersEasily stands on table with kickstandCanopy can be easily removed or folded back out of the wayMaximum Child Weight: 33 pounds

Product Features

  • Strong but lightweight, aluminum frame, weighs only 5.1 LBS
  • Retractable canopy protects child from Sun and Rain
  • Padded straps and hip belt with energy-absorbing lumbar padding keeps you cool, comfortable, and secure
  • Ideal for Children Between 6 months-4years old (MAX Child Weight: 33LBS approx.)
  • Multiple pockets including a Extra large back pocket for diapers and necessities, plus two water bottle pockets

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Comments

Jason says:

Freedom to roam Freedom to roam, after my son was diagnosed with hypotonia and cp ( we call it floppy baby syndrome) it became apparent that he wasn’t walking anytime soon. He is two years old & I hadn’t been able to go anywhere without a stroller. I’m wishing I would have thought to get one of these sooner. I always thought they were so expensive, I would just use a stroller. After many comparisons and google searches I settled on this one which reminds me if you are looking for the backpack go to…

Teagan Weeks says:

Incredible! I purchased this pack for both my husband and I to pack our 30lbs 18 month old son with us when we hunt, hike, fish, horseback riding, camp, and enjoy the outdoors. I was thrilled when I found it and even more thrilled at an affordable price. The product is put together incredibly well and my son loves it. He hates to be confined and he seems to feel like he can move as well as see whats going on just fine. He seems comfortable, and well restrained. I love how versitile and well this adjusts,…

Amazon Customer says:

Comfy, easy, light! We purchased this baby back pack carrier for a family hiking trip to the great smokey mountains. It is very light weight and easy to carry. We have ended up using it on every hiking trip we have been on now. My son was 10 months old on our first trip and still comfortably fits at age 2. I would say that this product is baby approved as well. My son has fallen asleep in it on multiple hikes:)

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