The Great Divide

If you can only pick one child carrier to use when being pursued by mythical monsters, pick this one.

When my husband said he wanted to buy a nice child carrier to be prepared for a zombie invasion, I didn't roll my eyes. I smiled, and said "Oh, honey. I don't believe in magic!" Because that's how I take my revenge. By reminding him that zombies aren't in any way scientific.

Of course, if our door smashes down because some mad scientist threw a mind control pill down the gullet of some janitors, sure, we'll just throw the baby in this and make a break for it down the hill. Maybe he'll scream, maybe I'll scream, maybe the baby will scream, who can say? But, when that terrible day comes, we're not going to have time to start debating if that means they're just Frankensteins or if zombies require a certain amount of religion. So it's best we get it done today.

As my husband already knows, MY position is that a zombie can only exist in those rare situations that involve the application of voodoo. While I certainly wouldn't deny that certain plants assist in the so-called spells, just as the webbing waistbelt with torso-length adjustment assists in shifting your child's weight around your body, a TRUE zombie comes more from the belief structure than the pill bottle. Of course, my husband has been playing The Last Of Us non-stop, so he's got some weird theory about fungus and government mind control or whatever. Usually when he starts talking about that, I dig through the included storage pockets or read my copy of The Serpent And The Rainbow.

But that's what a marriage is about, yeah? Two people, with differing opinions, working together to find common ground. And that's why, even though I know in my heart the notion of the modern-day zombie is rooted in cultural privilege and first world snobbery, my husband still loves our child, and would run super-fast with a Kelty Mijo Child Carrier on his back, no matter if it was a virus zombie from World War Z a mystical vampire from Dracula: Prince of Darkness, or a that weird alien shape-shifter from The Thing.

And that's why I love him.

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Features

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Child Weight Limit: 30 lbs
Total Weight Limit with Cargo: 40 lbs

  • The Mijo is designed for parents looking for a simple, hands-free, safe and comfortable child carrier
  • This carrier is perfect for on-the-go parents running to the grocery store, going for a quick walk in the park or even wearing around the house
  • Auto-deploy kickstand
  • Five-point, adjustable child's harness
  • No-pinch hinges
  • Paddded adjustable-height child's seat
  • Carry/lift handles
  • Front storage pocket
  • Padded backpanel
  • Webbing waistbelt with torso-length adjustment
  • Kelty was the first company to introduce backpack-style child carriers to the outdoor world. Since the first KIDS carriers hit the market, Kelty has refined their original designs to create the most comfortable, easy to use, and safe child carriers available

Shipping Note: A physical address within the 48 contiguous states is required for delivery, shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, APO/FPO and PO Boxes is not available for this item

Warranty: American Recreation Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specs

Kid Carrier
Weight: 3 lb. 9 oz. / 1.60 kg
Maximum Load Weight: 40 lbs
Body Fabric: 600D Polyester
Dimensions: 14” L x 15" W x 27" H
Volume: 200 in³
Torso Fit Range: 15"-18"
Country of Origin: Philippines

In the Box:

  • (1) Kelty Kids Mijo Blue Carrier - 20652511BLU

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Kelty Kids Mijo Blue Carrier
$69.99 Sold Out Baby & Toddler
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