The Carrier Daypack by Mission Critical consists of a multitude of features that the hardworking and loving dad (or mom!) can really appreciate. Made from the same reliable material that law enforcement and the military depend on and designed to meet all federal regulations regarding child care, safety, and development, the Carrier Daypack is the ultimate daypack for you and your little one! The Carrier Daypack features:
- 1000D nylon military grade fabric and construction
- Holds a volume of 20L
- MOLLE webbing on sides and rear
- Sewn in MOLLE straps for easy attachment to Baby Carrier (sold separately)
- Easy side access changing pad
- Weighs 29 oz.
Mission Critical Carrier Daypack: Advantages
Unlike many other day packs designed for infant and toddler use this day pack is designed with MOLLE webbing sewn in to easily attach to the back plate of the baby carrier offered by Mission Critical. It is complete with storable shoulder straps for easy detachment for on-the-go dads.
Regardless if worn attached to the baby carrier or as a backpack, the Carrier Daypack by Mission Critical offers a unique advantage that other daypacks do not. The easy access changing pad is literally within arm’s reach without having to take off the daypack to ensure that your child gets the best treatment and attention a dad can offer.
The Carrier Daypack Setup and Load Out
Setting up the Mission Critical Carrier Daypack to the Baby Carrier is extremely simple and only takes a few moments to get started. Simply turn the Carrier Daypack upside down to the back piece of the Baby Carrier and begin weaving the attached MOLLE straps through the webbing on both the Daypack and Baby Carrier. Once woven through simply click in the buttons and the attachment is complete..
Loading the Carrier Daypack is a breeze as there are two main compartments allowing for easy storage and access as well as allowing the Daypack to sit on its own when fully loaded. The main compartment is large enough to hold an additional set of clothes, additional wipes and diapers, food, bottles, toys, and of course personal possessions. The smaller compartment is large enough to hold items such as pacifiers and cleaning rags as well as personal possessions such as cell phones and wallets. The changing pad located on the side of the Carrier Daypack is also complete with two additional pockets designed to tactically house both diapers and wipes for a smoother diaper changing experience. Lastly, MOLLE webbing can be found on both sides of the Carrier Daypack and along the zipper panel for additional attachments such as accessory pouches, first aid kits, and utility pouches.
The Mission Critical Carrier Daypack is sold separately from the Mission Critical Baby Carrier and retails for $95.00. This is a great Daypack to have as the material alone will prove to last for years to come no matter what outdoor activities are being experienced. This Carrier Daypack is also especially great to have if purchasing the Mission Critical Baby Carrier as the Daypack compliments weight distribution to relieve lower back, upper back, and shoulder pain.
To see the Mission Critical Carrier Daypack in action, check out the video below:
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