Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 2, 2005
For over 50 years, Kelty has been an industry leader producing high quality tents, backpacks, and everything else outdoors. Now Kelty has redesigned their entire line of high quality child carriers, fixing old flaws and working in more of the best features. In their continued dedication to the needs of the outdoor community, Kelty not only managed to cut down on the average carrier weight by 20-25%, but also cut prices by an average of 15%. So, if you like the idea of improved quality and performance at a better price, check this out.
At the introductory level, Kelty offers the Tour (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-tour.shtml). Weighing in at 4 lbs 8 ounces, the Kelty Tour has all the essentials of the Kelty line, including the auto-deployed kickstand, climbing rope handles, and a 5-point harness. And like all Kelty child carriers, you know youÂre in good hands with their lifetime warranty. Moving up the line, you come to the Kelty Wanderer (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-wanderer.shtml). On top of the standard features, the Wanderer features a removable kid pack and a handy storage pocket in the waistbelt. Next up is the Kelty Journey (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-journey.shtml), which features a padded child cockpit with a removable and washable burp pad - for easy cleanup in the event of a spill.
When you come to the Kelty Pathfinder (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-pathfinder.shtml), you begin to notice youÂre not in Kansas anymore. ThereÂs a reason that the Pathfinder is KeltyÂs best selling child carrier - and that reason is comfort. The top-notch harness system includes an adjustable sternum strap, curved and molded shoulder straps, and a triple-padded waistbelt to keep your back comfortable and your posture perfect. The Kelty Pathfinder also comes with a sun and rain hood, to keep junior high and dry.
Sitting at the top of the heap is the Kelty Adventure (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-adventure.shtml). Consider this carrier only if youÂre truly a serious hiker. The Adventure comes with an abundance of features, including a removable kid pack, sun and rain hood, and a "child-view" mirror stored in the waistbelt - a seemingly odd, but vital accessory for keeping an eye on your baby when she's behind your head. The Adventure has the most storage space of any Kelty child carrier, with a small pocket for a cell phone or GPS unit, 2 waist belt pockets, and a spacious cargo bag beneath the child cockpit.
Choosing which carrier is right for your needs might not be simple, but finding a place to purchase them sure is - we recommend ChildCarriers.com (http://www.childcarriers.com). They feature the full 2005 line of Kelty child carriers and accessories, and offer detailed product information, customer reviews, free shipping, and a ÂNo WorriesÂ 30-day return and exchange policy.
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