Sherpani Rumba Superlight Child Carrier

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This ultralight, backcountry-worthy child carrier is sturdy enough for day hikes yet also suitable for trips to the market or summer festivals.

  • Features

    • 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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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Frame Type

    Child Carrier

    Max. Weight (Child+Gear+Pack)

    55 pounds

    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    17 - 20 inches

    Fits Waist/Hips

    29 - 42 inches



    Frame Material


    Number of Stays


    Number of Exterior Pockets



    30 x 12 x 12 inches



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