High Back Booster Seat
For children 3 years or older AND 38-60 inches AND 33-100 pounds
LINEAR SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION (LSP)™
Is a combination of an outer protective layer and inner structural skeleton, together
with extra thick EPS foam around the head and shoulders that gradually reduces the
forces from a side impact to minimize injury. LSP blocks the movement of the body
at the strong and bony parts–shoulder and pelvis–as deep side wings contain and
protect the sensitive head.
THREE POSITION RECLINING HEADREST
Providesmaximum protection by allowing your sleeping child’s head and body to remain
upright and not slumping forward out of position. Deep side wings support the child’s
head and torso to reduce tendency of the child to sit out-of-position.
Allows the Head and Shoulder Protectors move together through eleven positions for
maximum safety, comfort, and a perfect fit for your child as they grow.
RIGID LATCH TECHNOLOGY
Stabilzes the Solution X-fix, especially during side-impact crashes. To reduce submarining,
a unique, anti-submarining feature is built in to the rigid LATCH system. The lower
LATCH connectors extend and rotate to allow proper installation of the booster seat
and do not inhibit crash motions. The Solution X-fix can be used in vehicle seats
Help your child sit comfortably as well as providing a low and secure lap belt fit.
COMFORT FOR THE CHILD
Including a well padded seat made with durable fabrics for a comfortable ride, even
on longer trips. A comfortable child is less likely to fidget and get out of postion.
COLOR CODED BELT GUIDES
Help with proper routing of vehicle belts.
Aid with installation using LATCH are included with every seat.
To meet all Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards 213, as well as ECE R44/04 and
The Solution X-fix has won top test awards from the most respected names in the
US and Europe.
- Backrest height: 25.4–32.2 inches
- Inside shoulder height: 12.5–19 inches
- Width: 19 inches
- Depth: 16.5 inches
- Weight: 15.4 pounds
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We recommend car seat best practices from:
The National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Safe Kids.