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Retailers' Descriptions

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Just because you have a new baby doesn't mean you have to forgo hiking with your little one until he or she fits into a kid carrier. The Sherpani Emi Baby Carrier has a front pouch for carrying your child backward or forward. Plus, unlike other kangaroo-style carriers, the Emi has a swivel hip-belt and a detachable daypack for snacks, diapers, and other trail necessities. Having a backpack counterbalances the front pouch, which evens the pressure on your back and makes it more comfortable than other front carriers. The backpack holds your hydration reservoir (not included), so you don't have to take the pack off a pain in the rear when carrying a baby to get to your water.

- Backcountry Outlet

A new take on the traditional infant baby carrier, the Sherpani Emi Child Carrier has a unique design that features an attached backpack to keep all of baby s necessities close at hand, yet out of the way. With the Emi, the baby rides comfortably in front of the child carrier while the baby's gear is stowed in the backpack, leaving hands free for other duties. This newly design child carrier is not only convenient, but the backpack acts as ballast, with equal weight distribution on front and back. Translation: This baby carrier is comfortable for both baby and parent.

- UpsideOver

Save 30%-60% at REI-Outlet.com! A different take on a traditional design, this combo daypack and child carrier has a wraparound shape that cradles your infant against your front. Closeout. Fleece-lined, foam-padded carrier unclips and unbuckles from the harness and opens fully for easy loading. Internal pocket holds hydration reservoir (sold separately) for hands-free drinking on the go. Recommended for babies up to 6 months. Three zippered pockets hold diapers, wipes, toys and more; exterior elasticized stash pocket and bungee cord let you keep often-accessed items handy. Unique pack avoids shoulder pinching pain by the counter-balancing effect of the day pack on the back. Vestlike harness is quick and easy to don; swivel hipbelt buckles give parents full range of motion. When loaded, the back pack counter-balances the infants weight on the front, allowing much more comfort for the wearer.


Sherpani Emi

previously retailed for:
$34.83 - $49.99

The Sherpani Emi is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 14, 2009 at Backcountry Outlet.

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