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Kelty Wallaby

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Simple and easy-to-use infant carrier has a wraparound shape to cradle your infant against your front.

- GearX.com

The Kelty Wallaby child carrier allows you to comfortably carry your pride and joy, allowing both of you to enjoy life's simple pleasures. The easy-to-use Wallaby allows an infant up to 25lb to face in when he's sacked out, or face him out when he's wide-eyed and interested in being a part of the action. The durable cotton Wallaby is machine washable, so it is no big deal if the little guy has an accident. There's no doubt baby will be comfortable riding in the Wallaby-and Kelty made sure Mom and Dad are comfortable carrying the load by designing the Wallaby with padded adjustable shoulder straps and a comfortable padded waist-belt.

- Backcountry Outlet

A simple, easy to use infant front carrier. The Kelty Wallaby allows child to ride facing forward or towards the parent. Carries a child up to 25 pounds. Padded shoulder and torso straps easily adjust for a custom fit. Expandable child's cockpit. Adjustable leg openings keep infant securely in place. Soft cotton fabric is machine washable.

- EMS

The Kelty Wallaby infant carrier has a wraparound shape that cradles your infant against your front. Vestlike harness is quick and easy to put on and features padded, adjustable shoulder straps and an adjustable waistbelt. Expandable, padded child pouch is lined with soft cotton fabric; child can face in or out. Storage pouch houses bottles, toys and other small extras.

- REI

Kelty Wallaby

Discontinued

The Wallaby has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$36.95 - $65.00

The Kelty Wallaby is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 3, 2011 at Backcountry.com.

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