Is The Chicco GoFit Plus Backless Booster Right For Your Child? Read Our Review To Find Out

Chicco GoFit Plus backless Booster Car Seat

As kids get older and bigger they start yearning to get rid of their booster seat and even begin dreaming of sitting in the front seat of the car. It is important for parents to resist and keep their children buckled safely in a booster seat until they grow big enough to meet the mandated age and height requirements. These mandates are in place to keep children safe, and in most states it requires children to be at least 8 years old or 4’9” in height before riding without a booster in a vehicle.

Older children prefer a backless booster because it offers them the comfort and support of a booster without the bulky backing strapping them in. One of the best backless booster seats is the GoFit Plus Booster Car Seat by Graco. This booster seat keeps kids safe in the car while still being comfortable to sit in. The seat is contoured and supportive with double foam padding to keep kids happy. Parents like that it installs and uninstalls easily with push-on LATCH connectors and a one-handed tightening strap.


Is the Chicco NextFit Sport Convertible Car Seat the only car seat your family needs? Find out in our 2021 Review.

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A top convertible car seat for parents to consider is the Chicco NextFit Sport. This car seat has a number of exclusive installation features and safety elements that set it apart from the competition. As a convertible car seat, the Chicco NextFit Sport easily switches from rear-facing to forward-facing so that it can accommodate your child from preschool all the way to middle school.

The NextFit Sport features quality components and construction from Chicco, a leading Italian manufacturer of quality baby products since 1958. The company focuses on building sturdy, premium products that parents can rely on. In addition to the base NextFit Sport model, they also offer a Zip model that makes cleaning the car seat easier, an Air model that uses more breathable fabrics, and a Max model for keeping children rear facing longer.

The most economical model is the NextFit sport and parents agree that it does a great job balancing costs and features. It does not have some of the extended feature set found in the other models, but it provides parents everything they need in a car seat at a reasonable price.


Is the Chicco MyFit LE a good transition to a booster car seat for your big kid? Read our review to find out.

Chicco MyFit LE Harness + Booster Car Seat, Anthem

The Chicco MyFit LE Harness + Booster Car Seat is one of the strongest members to the Chicco convertible car seat family. LE stands for Limited Edition, though as of this review it’s not very limited and easy to find in the store.

It’s sister seat, the MyFit, is a slightly less expensive version. Both are very similar in size and functionality. The LE adds a few nice features including SuperCinch LATCH, comfort waist belt pads, a kid console, and air mesh panels in the fabric. There’s also an upgrade above the LE called the MyFit Zip Air. That one has all the LE features, plus extra zip-off cushions and a breathable mesh backrest. It’s pretty expensive at about $50 more than the MyFit LE and $100 above the MyFit.

The MyFit seats all start life as a harnessed forward-facing seat then convert to a belt-positioning booster. They could serve as a good transitional seat for when your child graduates from a dedicated rear-facing infant car seat. But, for about $50 more than MyFit, are those extra features on the MyFit LE worth it for your big kid?


Is the Chicco Fit2 infant car seat a good choice for your family? Find out in our comprehensive review.

Chicco Fit2 Infant & Toddler Car Seat Tempo

The Chicco Fit2 infant car seat features a unique 2-stage adjustable base that provides a better fit for growing toddlers who are rear-facing. For those of you who are worried about your toddlers being cramped, this could be the extended rear facing car seat solution you’re looking for.

We’re already big fans of the Chicco brand. The Chicco KeyFit 30 has topped our list of infant seats for quite some time. This model has many of the same features, but the 2-stage base is the main new and innovative feature.

There are a few flaws in this seat that you may want to consider, specifically the heavy weight of the carrier and limited stroller compatibility. The Fit2 does have several other features the original KeyFit doesn’t, which may sway your decision in its favor.


Is the Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System a good choice for your family? Find out in our detailed review.

Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System

The Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System combines Chicco’s Italian fashion roots with a slim, sporty design that’s popular with many parents. The combo comes with the top-rated Chicco KeyFit 30 infant car seat. It has many features that busy families will appreciate.

This moderately priced system is a little cheaper than the Chicco Bravo travel system and should last a long while. Both car seat and stroller have generous weight limits, so even when your baby outgrows the seat, you can still use the stroller well into toddlerhood.

Here, we’ve compiled all the details, stats, pros and cons along with real customer experiences so you can decide if the Chicco Viaro is right for your family.


Discover whether the Chicco KidFit 2-in-1 booster seat is a hit or a miss in our 2021 review

Chicco KidFit 2-in-1 booster seat

Since its inception in 1958, the Chicco company has offered innovative children’s products to fit the needs of modern families. Safety and comfort are their main focus, but being an Italian company near Milan, they don’t ignore fashion. From car seats to apparel, you can count on Chicco to offer eye-pleasing styles that fit trendy tastes and decor.

By partnering with charitable organizations such as Mission Bambini and Operation Shower, Chicco is committed to keeping children across the world safe and giving back to those in need. Their testing facility, lovingly called The Happiness Lab, partners with ergonomists, pediatricians, parents and babies to stay up-to-date on the changing needs in safety and comfort.

Chicco has become a leading name in the car seat industry, which is why we review several of their infant and convertible seats. They tend to have excellent ratings in our reviews. The KidFit 2-in-1 is their first booster seat product, so let’s see if their winning streak continues.