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When your back and hips hurt, hiking isn’t fun. Especially when you’ve got a squirmy little one on your back. So Osprey incorporated their award winning AG (Anti-Gravity) backpack suspension system into the Poco® AG Plus child carrier. Lightweight aluminum stays provide load stability and the mesh shoulder harness and backpanel combination keeps you comfortable for the long haul.

Child safety and comfort is paramount. The child cockpit is fully framed and padded and the butterfly harness is fleece-covered. When you set the pack down, the base is extra wide and has a locking foot bar for stability. Two large, reinforced grab handles ensure secure pickups. The child seat has built-in safety leg loops.

Adult comfort is also a concern. The Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt means both parents can enjoy proper fit during the same walk. Parents can also share the weight with a removable daypack.

Other features include an integrated sunshade to protect sensitive skin, a myriad of storage pockets, and a removable, washable drool pad.
Max Load - 48.5 pounds.

Key Attributes

Anti-Gravity Suspension

Contoured suspension combined with seamless mesh from the shoulder blades to the lumbar region balance and stabilize the pack so you won’t even notice you’re carrying a precious cargo.

Built-in sunshade

A built-in removable sunshade is included with every style of the Poco® AG Series. A unique collapsible design allows it to be stored or deployed quickly. The sunshade is also integral when using the optional add-on Poco® rain cover.


The Anti-Gravity suspension incorporated on the Poco® AG offers a highly adjustable harness, coupled with the Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt, yielding a wide-fit range for a variety of sized parents. *Available on the Poco® AG Premium and Poco® AG Plus

Additional Features

  • Fit-on-the-Fly Adjustable Hipbelt - The adjustable Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt offers 5”/13cm of extension on each side for a comfortable ventilated custom fit and superior load support
  • Extra-Large Lower Zippered Compartment - An extra -large lower zippered compartment offer storage for diapers and other items
  • Zippered Hipbelt Pockets - Dual zippered hipbelt pockets keep essential items readily accessible. A safety mirror lets you check back on the child when they are sound asleep
  • Stretch Mesh Side Pockets - Dual stretch mesh sidepockets allow for external storage for accessible items

Carry Information

Anti-Gravity Aluminum Suspension

  • Full wrap aluminium tubing frame provide lightweight but stable heavy load carry

Anti-Gravity Airspeed Backpanel

  • 3D tensioned mesh comfortable wraps and conforms to the body and provides excellent ventilation

Exoform Harness

  • Soft, edgeless mesh wrap for a soft, breathable contact surface
  • Adjustable sternum strap with rescue whistle

Anti-Gravity Fit-on-the-fly Hipbelt

  • 3D tensioned mesh comfortable wraps and conforms to the hip and lower back and provides excellent ventilation
  • Adjustable hipbelt for a perfect fit for a comfortable carry


  Volume Dimensions Weight
O/S 1587 in3 / 26 l 29h x 15w x 17d in. 7.67 lbs.
O/S 1587 in3 / 26 l 73h x 38w x 43d cm 3.48 kg
210D Nylon Shadow Box
400HD Nylon Packcloth
400HD Nylon Packcloth
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Dual Grab Handles

The dual reinforced grab handles allow a secure and stable way to pick up and set down the child carrier

Drool Pad

The removable drool pad at the front of the cockpit is soft to the touch and comfortably padded for the child

Deluxe Child Cockpit

The adjustable Double Halo harness and child seat is surround by a fully framed and padded cockpit for safety

Lightweight Folding Aluminum Frame

A lightweight aluminum frame fully supports the load and provides a stable platform to set the child carrier down

Zipper Stash Pocket

The small zippered stash pocket is convenient for small items and features a secure key clip

Stretch Mesh Harness Pocket

The stretch mesh harness pocket offers quick and easy access to trail snacks or the child’s favorite toy

Built-in Sunshade

The built-in sunshade deploys quickly and easily from a dedicated zippered pocket

Adjustable and Removable Stirrups

The adjustable stirrups offer deluxe padding and leg support prevent circulation deprivation.

Adjustable Torso

With 6”/15cm of torso adjustment, the Poco® AG Series can be quickly and easily custom fitted to a variety of adult users while on the trail
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Poco plus AG: The New version is so uncomfortable!


We had a Poco Plus from a previous generation and had an issue with it so Osprey replaced it (great customer support) but wow the new version is like 10 times less comfortable. The hip belt is so stiff and not very long, the shoulder pad super thin and the sunshade just wont come out its a real pain. Now I wish I never sent them my bag so I could get it fixed and keep it. It was so perfect, what happenned osprey? Side note, the cockpit portion of the bag is a milion times better on the newer one. Thats the upside I guess!



Worth EVERY penny!!!


This is by far the best baby carrier hands down. My family and I recently did our annual 10 hour hike through the Appalachian Mountains. I spent months 6 months trying to decide the best baby carrier to buy. I knew I wanted it to be lightweight and most important of all my toddler who just turned 1 and weighs 25 lbs had to be comfortable. Let's just say she was so comfortable that any time I stopped for a break, she immediately started throwing a fit because she wanted to keep going. I carried her the whole 10 hours with no assistance from hubby (he asked but I said no) and after all was said and done...absolutely no back, neck, or shoulder issues.

Davison, Michigan


Love this pack!


I love this pack. I got it to carry my daughter around when day hiking and backpacking. We ended up using it a lot more than expected. We use it for family walks or trips to the zoo. It easily adjusts between me (5 ft 4 in, 140 lbs) to my dad ( 6ft, 250 lbs). So if someone get tired of carrying her, we can switch users in less than a minute. I love the "kick stand" feature. This allows me to put her in it and take it on and off without help if I need to. I don't have to worry about her falling over. I was also pleasantly surprised on how many pockets it has and how much stuff I could fit in it. I was able to pack it for an overnight backpacking trip with everything I needed for her and I, except the tent and sleeping bag. But really I could have tied them to the outside. My daughter thinks it's comfortable. I know this because if we go for a long hike she always takes a nap while in the pack. I also like the sun shade you can pull out. The pack is also comfortable for me. I love the "rear view mirror" that comes with it too. That makes it nice. I would prefer the mirror be attached to the outside on a retractable lanyard but that was an easy fix. The only feature I don't find useful are the stirrups. Although a good idea, my daughter doesn't use them yet. She may in the future. Overall I love this pack. I really have to try to find anything I don't like.

Texarkana, Texas


Pull-out sunshade snags on frame screws and tears repeatedly


For the first one I bought online, the sunshade would not snap out and was totally caught on the screws on the inside frame. I pulled it out halfway, and then it got stuck. Returned it for a new one, and the new one had the same problem -- the sunshade snaps on the screws on the frame. This time I made the drive to actually bring it into the store. The employee was able to force out the sunshade, tearing through the mesh in the process. He says: "yeah that happens with these". I'm so disappointed, as I was saving up money to get an Osprey carrier for our upcoming summer hikes, having heard about how great quality they are.

Vancouver, BC


Fantastic Pack!


We've owned this pack for about a year now and my daughter and we absolutely love it. She is 21 months old and loves to get in and head outdoors with Mom & Dad. When loading her in the pack, getting her legs through the openings takes a few tries, but once they're through, putting the shoulder straps around her and clicking her in takes a few seconds. Once you can master the motions of lifting the pack up on your knee, then putting the shoulder straps on, it becomes a very quick process. The shoulder straps and hip belt adjustments are great and provide enough adjustment for most people. The kickstand is an extremely helpful feature for dismounts and the retractable rain cover has come in handy many times. We highly recommend this product.

Middleboro, MA


So glad we bought this


We bought this in March of last year when our son was 5 months old and holding his head up without any problems. By far the best thing we could have bought for our travels. We do 6+ mile hikes almost every weekend. We've taken him to Hawaii, Peru, England, France, Italy, Switzerland and even just trips to the grocery store. This was so nice for museums like the Louvre where there are a lot of stairs. We just walked up them when other parents were looking for elevators with their strollers. We couldn't get into a couple of places in Europe because of the metal frame, even though we said it was aluminum, but overall most places just let us walk right through without much trouble. We used the rain cover when we were hiking through Cusco. We had a real torrent pour down on us and he was the only one who stayed dry. Also we had a large duffel bag already that this fit into when fully collapsed, but it flew inside that bag with no issues. Only real complaints I have are that my 3.0l Osprey hydration pack from my day pack barely fits into it. I can't fill it all the way up with water and even when I get it in, it often gets caught on the adjustable back part, so I have to reach in and hold that in place while I squeeze the hydration pack part in. Second is the sun cover can get caught on the screws while inside the frame. We tore a little bit of it when trying to pull it out. Also the sun cover goes into the bottom compartment section and is not separated from the compartment, so if you have diapers and such in there, they will eventually get in the way of the sun shade. They should add a separation of cloth so that it stays in its own section. My son is almost 2 now and quite tall for his age (37 inches) so we can barely buckle him in now because his torso is long. He only weighs 30 pounds so we're well under the 48 lbs limit but I feel we're reaching the end of it. Fortunately my 4 month old daughter is soon to be ready for it :).

Pleasant Hill, CA


Worth Every Pretty Penny


I like doing hikes every weekend. I'm glad I have a comfortable carrier I can use so I can share the outdoors with my child. I'm 5 foot short and the pack adjust well for me. My husband who is 5 foot 7 and very picky with equipment, also likes the pack. It's comfortable for him, the baby and I. I'm so happy with this pack. I highly recommend it!

Chula Vista, CA


The envy of hipster parents everywhere


I found myself with the AG Plus after doing a ton of research into child carrier packs from all the major brands. The AG series didn't stand out with any specific feature, but it did check all the right boxes and narrowly edged out a competing pack from its German competitor. I went with the Plus for a little additional storage without the unnecessary bulk of the Premium. Side note - Why do you need a detachable day-bag w/ a child carrier? Are you going to leave your kid there and go on a short stroll in the woods? I digress. What stands out the most: Our daughter loves it. She literally crawls over and tries to jump into the pack when she sees it. This might end up being a negative in the long-run, but as for now her enjoyment is key to making this a good pack. Secondly, the pack w/ its AG system is very comfortable. Only detractors are that the built-in sun shade can snag if you're not careful stowing it away. Also, the compartment for the hydration system feels like an afterthought and you can have difficulty putting in a full bladder. Overall, it's an amazing piece of outdoor equipment. p.s. prepare to be the focus of covetous eyes when you roll up the the bar in Curry Village.

Anaheim, CA


Great Carrier made even better


A lot of the features I like to mention has already been mention in the description. I like to reiterate that this is very adjustable and very well design. My only concern was is the baby buckle. I have the previous version which has to buckles at the shoulder. They are hard to operate with cold hands or with glove on. It looks like it was changed for this version. I've used it for cross country skiing, hiking, and even mountaineering. Since 3 months, my son has been able to sit comfortably and sleep for hours at a time on this. He once was on it for 7 hours never made a "complaint". For mountaineering use, I would recommend selecting your summit carefully. On steep decent you will be unable to slide down on your butt on those loose gravel or thick dirt section. The base of the carrier is much lower than the usual place of your backpack. Ascending on scree and scramble is okay, but descent on scramble might require that you turn around or side way. Happy trekking.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada








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