Graco My Ride 65 Convertible Car Seat, Sully

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Help keep your growing child secure in the Graco My Ride 65 convertible car seat, in Sully. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends your child ride rear-facing up to two years of age, so My Ride 65 keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds. (infant car seats) and forward-facing until 65 pounds. (as a toddler car seat). The seat is also LATCH-equipped, Side Impact Tested, and features convenient integrated cup holders.
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed U; S; safety standards and help reassure safety-conscious parents
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed U; S; safety standards and help reassure safety-conscious parents
Engineered and crash tested to meet or exceed US standard FMVSS 213
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed U; S; safety standards and help reassure safety-conscious parents
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 pounds; (in baby car seat mode), longer than most other car seats in the US; The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends you keep your child rear-facing as long as possible
Keeps your forward-facing child harnessed up to 65 pounds; in this child car seat
Rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed U; S; safety standards and help reassure safety-conscious parents
Engineered and crash tested to meet or exceed US standard FMVSS 213
Side-impact tested; In addition to meeting or exceeding all applicable US safety standards, the My Ride 65 has been side impact tested for occupant retention by the harness system