Would Incognito be the best?

KaysKidz

Senior Community Member
DS's will be 10 in May. They are both in low back boosters. One of them is TINY and at only 47lbs will be in a booster for many years to come, I'm sure. The other one is of average height, though he seems SO tall compared to his twin, and about 70lbs. We just got a 2011 Ford F250 crew cab, so no latch. I'm thinking about the Incognito since it is more discreet. Is it the only type of "big kid" booster that doesn't look like a traditional booster on the market? I'm not a fan of the bubble bum at all for a FT seat.
 

KaysKidz

Senior Community Member
DS's will be 10 in May. They are both in low back boosters. One of them is TINY and at only 47lbs will be in a booster for many years to come, I'm sure. The other one is of average height, though he seems SO tall compared to his twin, and about 70lbs. We just got a 2011 Ford F250 crew cab, so no latch. I'm thinking about the Incognito since it is more discreet. Is it the only type of "big kid" booster that doesn't look like a traditional booster on the market? I'm not a fan of the bubble bum at all for a FT seat.
This is for the bigger twin only. I can't edit the post for some reason.
 

abigaylebelle

Active member
How tall is the bigger kid? My 10 year old's legs seemed too short for the incognito. Which is weird because he appears to have pretty long legs. Could be my car I guess.

The other thing that didn't work for ds was the hooks to go on the seatbelt wanted to come off pretty easily. Again, this could be my car and not the seat.
 

KaysKidz

Senior Community Member
How tall is the bigger kid? My 10 year old's legs seemed too short for the incognito. Which is weird because he appears to have pretty long legs. Could be my car I guess.

The other thing that didn't work for ds was the hooks to go on the seatbelt wanted to come off pretty easily. Again, this could be my car and not the seat.
Honestly, I'm not sure how tall he is. LOL He wears a size 10 jean, and a 10/12 shirt. I think I will order one and see. It's not like they are pricey. In my other vehicle, it was less of an issue...his booster was in the 3rd row. No one could see it. But in the truck, it's right there and visible when he gets out of the truck in the morning. I think a less obvious booster will be better for him, psychologically. Kids can be so cruel. And nobody their age is still in a booster of any kind in this town.
 

KaysKidz

Senior Community Member
DS used the Incognito this morning and got a great belt fit. I will try and get a pic of him in it tomorrow. :) And FYI, for a "dark grey", it is very light grey. LOL He would have preferred darker even, as would I...but I didn't want black considering I have a grey interior and the whole purpose of this was a more discreet seat for him.
 

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