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Go ahead, explore with the whole family. The Kelty FC 1.0 child carrier includes supportive, durable features to engage the trails ahead.

  • Features

    • Auto-deploy kickstand extends and retracts smoothly thanks to internal spring-loaded system (no bungees)
    • Five-point, adjustable harness system is anchored directly to frame and features an easy-to-use central tensioning system similar to car seats
    • Curved, molded foam shoulder harness with sternum strap and padded hipbelt evenly distribute load
    • Mesh backpanel with sliding torso-length adjustment allows easy fitting changes between short and tall parents
    • Cockpit offers a reclining position, allowing child to sit naturally and comfortably
    • Double-hook seat height adjusts quickly and easily
    • Under-seat storage compartment accommodates toys, snacks and a change of clothes
    • Carrier also features hipbelt storage pockets and toy loop attachment points
    • 3M reflective tape accents provide 360° of visibility
    • Manufacturer recommends a maximum weight limit of 50 lbs. for child and gear
    • Made from durable 600-denier polyester and brushed nylon


    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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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Frame Type

    Child Carrier

    Max. Weight (Child+Gear+Pack)

    50 pounds

    Adjustable Torso Length


    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    16 - 18 inches

    Fits Waist/Hips

    26 - 60 inches


    Polyester/brushed nylon

    Frame Material


    Number of Stays

    External frame

    Number of Exterior Pockets



    30 x 19 x 15 inches



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