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The Kid Comfort 2 and 3 both feature the same suspension system and frame elements, but the Kid Comfort 3 is taller because of its high-back
Other features that differentiate the Kid Comfort 3 from the Kid Comfort 2
For a comparison of all models in the Kid Comfort series check out this blog post on choosing the right Kid Comfort carrier with pros, cons and ideal uses for each pack. You can also watch this short video on some of the main features of the Kid Comfort series.
The Deuter child carriers are designed for kids that can sit up independently (usually at around six months old – although this can, of course,
The maximum weight (child plus gear) is limited to 48 lbs (22 kg). Our child carriers have been JPMA certified to this capacity and approved according to US standards.
Because children grow differently, we make no height or maximum age specifications. However, the maximum weight capacity should not be exceeded.
Find our registration page here: http://blog.deuterusa.com/deuter-kid-carrier-registration/
All Kid Comforts produced prior to 2014 did not come with stirrups and it’s not possible to retrofit the stirrups onto these models. All Kid Comfort Air, 2, and 3 that were from 2014 or newer do come with stirrups. If your KC fits into this category and you’re looking for replacements, please reach out to our warranty department.
How your backpack fits is very important, especially if you are planning a long trip. Check out this short video to help you get your Deuter pack properly fitted and adjusted.
In the early 1990’s, Deuter realized that if it was to survive as a competitive brand known for high-quality equipment (based on technical sewing skills), we could no longer manufacture in Germany.
In 1991 Deuter established a relationship with a single supplier based in Vietnam with just 35 sewing machines. This marked the beginning of a close partnership. Today, there are over 2,500 employees who work on the exclusive production of all Deuter packs and accessories. Through the years, mutual understanding, close cooperation and the sharing of ideas has turned a business partnership into a true friendship.
Since 2008, Deuter has been a member of bluesign® – an independent organization that establishes standards for sustainability, health and safety in the textile industry. Deuter is committed to meeting the strict bluesign® standard and having an environmentally friendly production cycle.
Most domestic flights in the USA accept carry-on bags that are 22” x 14” x 9”. However,
Detachable backpacks may be available through out warranty center, please fill out a warranty request here.
We have established a female team of professional athletes and designers for the development of our SL packs (SL stands for Slim Line). They were designed to fit the average athletic female build. However, since not everyone fits the norm it is likely that standard models also fit female users perfectly well and vice versa. SL models also fit younger guys or men with slim builds.
Features of the SL system:
Yes – our polyethylene reservoirs are BPA free. They are also Phthalate free.
When it comes to how we treat the environment, there are no compromises. We're not ones to just talk about doing something; we are constantly making decisions and implementing actions to minimize our impact and benefit our surroundings as well as the quality and durability of our packs. We are proud to uphold the Responsible Down Standard, and partner with bluesign® to continuously improve our supply chain. Check out all of our backpack materials here.