Deuter Kid Comfort II Backpack: The best-selling Kid Comfort II ensures outstanding comfort for parent and child alike. Whether walking a festival or hitting the trails, these sturdy carriers make the whole world a child’s adventure.
Kid Comforts are engineered for children who can sit up by themselves.
(starting approx. from six months) – yet, this can vary from child to child. Maximum weight (child + gear) should not exceed (48.5 lbs / 22 kg). It features the Aircontact back system for load hauling with an adjustable, ventilated back system that reduces perspiration by 15%.
TUV Approved & carry the GS certificate.
Adjustable 5 Point Child Safety Harness.
Frame padding adds child comfort.
Fold out kickstand.
Sturdy Frame Construction.
3M Safety Blink Attachment.
Child Cockpit Features:
Side entry child access.
Detachable/Washable Dribble Pillow.
Height adjustable seat.
Breathable Child Seat Cushions.
Mesh side pockets.
Large zipped cargo space under the seat.
Storage for optional Sun Roof/Rain Cover when not in use.
Anti-chafe Wrap for Child’s Inner Legs.
Shoulder Straps w/3D mesh lining.
Pull Forward Hip Belt.
Large Hip Belt Pocket.
Side entry buckle allows access into cockpit from the side.
Multiple sewn seams for strength and durability.
Bar tacking for added strength.
Heat sealed straps to prevent fraying.
Thoroughly tested quality buckles that last a lifetime.
Internal seam binding to prevent fraying.
Double-layered base for durability.
Variquick custom fit height adjustments.
Pivoting VARIFLEX hip belt for balance and to maintain energy on difficult terrain.
Reinforced draw cord closure to prevents wear, tear, fraying and jamming.
YKK Zippers - the most reliable zippers available.
Maximum Carrying Capacity 48.5 lbs / 22 kg.
Torso Length: Adjustable, 15-21” / 38-53 cm.
Volume: 1100 in³ / 18 L
Weight: 6 lb. 8 oz / 2.95 kg.
Dimensions: 26 x 15 x 13” / 66 x 38 x 32 cm (H x W x D)
Materials: Ripstop 210 / Ballistic
A favorite among on-the-go parents, the Deuter Kid Comfort II employs German engineering and tested safety features to ensure an enjoyable adventure for you and your child. A fully adjustable suspension system, a swiveling hipbelt and extensive padding combine to deliver a comfortable fit. The Kid Comfort II is suitable for children who can sit up by themselves.
The most successful Deuter child carrier.
A favorite with parents and kids alike: designed for that feeling of boundless freedom, also on longer hikes. The pivoting Vari Flex hip fins have been revised and now offer an even more comfortable, snug fit. They sit perfectly and diligently follow every movement the wearer makes. New locking hinge for the frame is safer than ever. Load adjustment straps on the hip pads deliver precise load control and the freedom of movement gained means more comfort and safety. The new, ergonomic cut seat has soft side panels and a comfortable, washable headrest. Don't forget the Sun Roof / Rain Cover from Deuter that was made for the Kid Comfort I & II !
Maximum Weight: 48.5 lbs with child and gear
The Deuter Kid Comfort II kid carrier hauls your little one and accessories in breathable comfort—both for you and your child.
This rugged Child Carrier can haul up to 48.5 pounds (child and gear) and is fully adjustable as your kid grows. The adult harness also adjusts to accommodate moms, dads, and grandparents of various statures. The Kid Comfort II from Deuter is a favorite choice for Summit Hut’s parents of young children.
|Adjustable Torso Length:||15-21 in, or 38-53 cm|
|Array:||0-999 cu in|
|Backpack Style:||Child Carrier|
|Capacity:||(storage) 1100 cu in.|
|Carry Capacity:||48.5 lbs, or 22 kg|
|Child Capacity:||48.5 lb.|
|Child Cockpit:||Breathable child seat cushions|
|Child Harness:||5-Point Safety Harness|
|Dimensions:||26 x 15 x 13” / 66 x 38 x 32 cm|
|Dimensions (cm):||66 H x 38 W x 32 D|
|Dimensions (in):||26 H x 15 W x 13 D|
|Fit:||Carry Capacity › 48.5 lb. / 22 kg|
|Fits Torso Length:||15 - 21 in|
|Fits torso:||15 - 21 inches|
|Fits waist/hips:||Up to 46 inches|
|Frame type:||Child carrier|
|Gear capacity (L):||18 liters|
|Gear capacity (cu. in.):||1,100 cubic inches|
|Hydration Bladder Included:||Not Included|
|Item Weight:||6 lb 1 oz|
|Material:||600D Super Polytex / 210D Microrip Nylon|
|Materials:||Ripstop 210 denier, Ballistic 420 denier|
|Max. weight (child+gear+pack):||48.5 pounds|
|Maximum Weight:||48.5 lb (Inclues Pack, Gear and Child)|
|New for 2011:||New locking hinge for frame|
|No. of Handles:||2|
|Number of exterior pockets:||5 + main compartment|
|Number of stays:||1 external frame|
|Pack Dimensions Depth:||13"|
|Pack Dimensions Height:||26"|
|Pack Dimensions Width:||15"|
|Pack Fabric (Primary):||210D nylon ripstop, 420D ballistic nylon|
|Pack Style:||External Fram|
|Pockets:||Two External Mesh Pocket (w/ Teddy Bear!)|
|Recommended Use:||Extended Length Walking and Hiking|
|Safety:||Fold out kickstand|
|Shell Material:||Deuter-Ripstop 210|
|Size:||26" x 15" x 13"|
|Softly Padded Chin Pads:||Yes|
|Sternum Strap:||Yes; Adjustable|
|Suspended mesh back panel:||No|
|Suspension:||AIRCONTACT Back System|
|Torso:||Adjustable, 15-21” / 38-53 cm|
|Torso Fit Range:||14-21 inches|
|Torso Length:||15-21 in.|
|Type:||Framed Child Carrier|
|Vari-Quick adjustable shoulder harness:||customize the fit by making individual height adjustments|
|Vari-Quick adjustment system (torso:||14 to 21 inches) allows parents to easily change the strap locations for the ideal fit|
|Volume:||1100 cubic in, or 18 L|
|Weight:||6 lbs 1 oz, or 2.72 kg|
|Weight - metric:||2.75 kilograms|
|Weight Capacity:||48.5 lb|
|Weight [with packaging]:||6.7 lb|
|Deuter Comfort II Carrier - Titan/Anthracite||$239.00|
|Deuter Comfort III Carrier||$288.95 - $299.00|
|Deuter Comfort II Carrier - Storm/Anthracite||$239.00|
|Deuter Comfort I||$159.95 - $199.00|
I was initially hesitant to purchase this pack due the price and how much I thought I would use it. I love this pack and would definitely recommend it. I have used this pack almost daily for over a year. My kid loves it and looks forward to getting in it. I believe he likes the view of the world from being up that high. He is secure and comfortable. I use the pack to carry my kid while I walk the dogs. I also use it instead of a stroller around town or for a family walk to the park. I have taken my son up to the Pinnacle along the App. Trail in PA. I use it year round and bundle my son up in the pack down to about 20 degrees for an approximate 20 minute walk (You need to dress your child warmer than yourself for obvious reasons he/she is sitting still and not getting the exercise of carrying the pack).
For me, the load is very comfortable and stable when you tighten down the load stabilizers. I have tried both the Kelty and the Deuter. The Kelty is okay but the Deuter is much more comfortable and stable/secure. When I first started backpacking, I hiked the Presidentials with a heavy load and a very uncomfortable pack that I returned. I know what a bad pack feels like and this is not one of them. It has a similar feel to a Gregory if you have tried one of those (I have the Baltoro 70).
When I purchased this over a year ago, Backcountry did not have the sun roof/rain cover in stock. My intent was to purchase it later but I have never needed it and do not intend to purchase one. I have not taken my child above tree line. I try to stay in the woods or to limit our sun exposure when out in the open. We also use sun screen and a hat. The only thing I would do different is apply Nikwax Solar Proof when the product is brand new. After over a year of use, I have noticed some fading on the exposed straps and material in the area where my child sits and have recently applied solar proof. My son is now able to walk on his own and his little sister will most likely displace him in about 6 months.
Great pack for parents and for the wee ones. I had an older "Kelty" and thought that it was pretty good when I used it for my first 3 kids but for number 4 that pack had seen better days so it was time for a replacement. I shopped around and found this little number to be a great choice for many reasons. Now I have put it through a few trail and walking tests and it is hands down an effortless pack to get in and out of for both the carrier and the carried. The belt system is so supportive that you are litterally carrying the entire load on your hips and it feels like you have nothing on. The shoulder straps and the compression style straps at the shoulders level off the load and really just act as a great stabilizer. From the babes standpoint she generally gripes about getting into car seats, swings and just about anything that she needs to be strapped into however for whatever reason she smiles when she is getting into this (maybe she already has the wilderness in her blood?). She has been in it for up to one hour and still to this point not a single whine or wimper, but plenty of giggles and smiles. I am 6 feet and 190 lbs and my wife is 5 foot 2 and 110 lbs and with the quick and effortless shoulder support adjustment system we are both equally able to carry her with ease as well as the utmost comfort.
Bottom Line; I would buy another one tomorrow and I would highly recommend this pack to anyone looking to trail or even beat the streets with baby hiker to be on board.
I absolutely love this pack. I decided to upgrade from the Kangakid (which is another great pack) because the Kangakid I have does not support a shade. This pack is great! So far I've only used it for my 3 month old on a few hikes that range from 1-3 miles but I do plan on using it with my 3 year old as well. The pack is comfortable and durable and has enough cargo room for water, snacks, diapers, wipes, and a decent size first aid kit. I also have the shade for this pack (must purchase separately) and it provided complete shade for my daughter. You can adjust the straps and the torso which is great because both my husband and I can adjust the pack to fit each of our individual specifications. Definitely recommend this pack!