Sherpani Rumba Superlight Child Carrier

Posting ID : A1068501881
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Baby Kid Stuff By Owner

Great Condition High Quality Sherpani Rumba Superlight Child Carrier. This is a very light, comfortable, heavy duty backpack carrier for a child 6months old-50 lbs. Great for hiking, trips to the zoo, or just sightseeing around a city with a small child when you want to leave the stroller at home. This is a discontinued item but Sherpani has awesome customer service. I cracked the waist buckle after it was discontinued. I contacted the company and they sent me a replacement, free of charge, no questions asked. Bought this new for approximately 200$. Asking 100$ obo.

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Description from REI website:
Manufacturer recommends child weight not to exceed 50 lbs., with total load (child + gear) not to exceed 55 lbs.
Fully padded bucket seat and sides; seat is fully adjustable to raise or lower child for your comfort and to give them views
5-point chest plate is a soft foam harness that supports child securely with 5 fasteners, 3 that unbuckle for loading/unloading
Sewn-in shoulder harness and one-size waistbelt accommodate parents of similar size
Topper sunshade/rain cover protects little one from the elements and guards against unruly branches; when not in use, stash Topper in bottom pocket against back of carrier
Removable foot stirrups let child balance themselves in the pack or right themselves after they've slouched over to one side
Large mesh back pocket and zippered lower compartment for toting toys and essentials
Carrier frame is made from a tubular aluminum bar that increases stability when sitting on ground
Constructed of ultralight nylon fabric with ballistic nylon reinforcements for durability
Requirements for your child:
Your child must be capable of holding their head upright and sitting up by themselves. Usually a child older than 6 months is able to do this. It is a good idea to ask your pediatrician if they think your child is ready to ride in a child carrier.

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