St. Albans Enthusiast
- Surprisingly light considering the extra construction for the pockets, but still extremely sturdy.
The fit options mean it sits really snug and is hardly noticeable even on longer routes.
We have a chunky one year old and I have no problem lugging him around mountain routes for several hours at a time (and I'm relatively small).
The backpack is free standing too, so when the little man is asleep and you need to stop, he's happy to keep dozing.
- It's a shame the rain cover is extra, but the sunshade comes free so keeps the bulk of the wet off his head. When he's in waterproofs the cover only serves to keep the pack dry so although useful I wouldn't say it's essential.
|Fit for purpose|
|Value for money|
Published on: 13 February 2016