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Diono Sure Steps Security Harness & Wrist Strap- Black

Features:

  • 4" wide velcro fastener for extra secure closure
  • Extra long shoulder straps fits larger kids over winter clothing
  • Swivel clip prevents strap tangles
  • Wrist strap can be used separately
  • Washable

Product Notes

Popularity: #376 in Gear Accessories, #41 in Travel Safety
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Diono Sure Steps Security Harness & Wrist Strap- Black

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Sure Steps Security Harness & Wrist Strap- Black
$5.99
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DionoSure Steps Child Harness - Blue
 
5.0

(based on 1 review)

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Enhanced our time with our grandchildren

By JanK

from Williamson, NY

About Me Grandparent

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight
  • Strong Construction
  • Useful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Toddlers

    Comments about Sure Steps Child Harness - Blue:

    These harnesses were wonderful while vacationing in the 1000 Islands with our 18 month grand-twins. We were able to let them walk on docks, feed the ducks, watch the fish, and sit on the rocks with feet in the water. We're seniors, so there's no way we could catch them if they took off. Ideally, you can let the leash hang limp most of the time and restrain them when necessary. I suppose they could fall backwards if you pulled. They never did, but it would certainly be better than into the river.

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