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Choosing the Right Deuter Kid Comfort Carrier

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When you purchase a Deuter Kid Comfort carrier, you’re not only investing in high-quality equipment, you’re laying the foundation for a lifetime of adventure and exploration. Deuter’s Kid Comfort 1, 2, and 3 carriers offer quality and comfort at every price range. Each pack works for a multitude of activities and promises an impeccable fit. That’s because we build our kid carriers on the same chassis that we use for our all our packs. Selecting the best carrier for your family is a personal choice. Check out the following matrix to compare…read more

Deuter Kids Packs on the Road Less Traveled

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Now on the cusp of eight years old, Kieran has traveled in and with Deuter kids packs since he could toddle up trails. Kids Packs and Llamas Quick flash back. It’s 2012. We spend two weeks with 4-year-old Kieran, our dog and two llamas in the Wind Rivers, hoisting Kieran in the Deuter Kid Comfort 2 while saddling him with his very own Deuter Junior. We decide to make it an annual thing. Fast forward to 2013. We ditch the Kid Comfort 2 and make 5-year-old Kieran hike the whole way…read more

‘Hike’ is a 4 letter word

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There are some 4 letter words that are off-limits when children are around.  Instead of using the word “hike”, we have created the alluring “adventure”.  It’s a subtle difference that describes outdoor activities that coincidentally involve a walk from A to B.  It’s become more about the journey, less about the destination. We’ve put many miles on our Kid Comfort II.  At some fuzzy stage between 2 and 3 years of age there seems to be a surge of both independence and physiological weight, which changes the parameters when planning…read more

A trip to Costa Rica with the kids and a Kid Comfort II

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Read this in-depth review of the Kid Comfort II from Deuter Parent Team members Ellie and Chris Booher We just got back from our first third-world trip with kids and I have to say we pulled it off. But to say it was due to our skill and grace would be exaggeration- I’ll chalk it up to good weather, good luck, and good gear. We flew to Liberia, Costa Rica, and if you’ve ever been to this slice of heaven you’ll know straight away that this third-world country really means…read more