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What types of booster seats are there? And which one is best for my child?

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Booster seats come in a variety of options including: high back, backless, kid positioners, combination and convertible models. The purpose of all booster seats – regardless of which style you choose – is to “boost” the child, helping to properly position the vehicle’s lap-shoulder belt.

High-back belt-positioning boosters:

  • Many of these have 2-in-1 options and convert to backless models if desired.
  • High-back options offer the added support of a structured backrest/headrest which is helpful for vehicles with no headrests or shorter headrests.
  • Some models offer adjustable headrests that grow with your child.
  • Select models offer cup holders or accessories such as storage drawers
  • Example: Store ‘N Go Sport Booster
  • Typically for use from 40-100 lbs.

 

Backless belt-positioning boosters:.

  • No back-booster models that feature a belt-positioning clip for customized fit.
  • Select models offer cup holders or accessories such as storage drawers
  • Not suggested for use with vehicles with no headrests or shorter headrests.
  • Example: Store ‘N Go Backless Booster
  • Typically for use from 40-100 lbs.

Kid positioners:

  • These are great when your child is 8+ and the traditional boosters no longer make the cut.
  • When bright colors, heavy padding, and personal cup holders are no longer cool, these kid positioners blend in with the neutral fabrics and tones of the vehicle seat.

The purpose of these is to boost the child without calling attention to the seat – giving

 

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