• Car Seats

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    Safety is our #1 priority. We build car seats that we trust and use for our own children. We rigorously test all of our car seats at 2X the energy levels of the Federal Crash Test Standard. Every bounce, twist, turn and latch is tested to make sure our products are safe, durable and comfortable for your child.

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    Evenflo Car Seats

    Children grow quickly. Whether you’re expecting, or your child is outgrowing his or her current car seat, Evenflo has a car seat solution to match your needs.

    Shop Now4 to 35 lbs*
    Rear-facing

    These rear-facing car seats are designed for newborns and infants. Styles vary, but may include a convenience base to remain in your vehicle, eliminating the need to reinstall the car seat base every time you remove the carrier. Infant seats may also fit with a specific stroller to make a travel system. Weight and height ratings vary by style, so always consult your instruction manual. Children should remain rear-facing in a car seat until at least two years old.

    Shop Now5 to 65lbs*
    Rear & Forward-facing

    Convertible car seats allow positioning in either rear-facing or forward-facing modes in your vehicle. These versatile car seats may be used for young infants and older children. In rear-facing mode, convertible car seats often provide a higher weight and height rating than infant car seats, which means you can keep your child rear-facing longer. Children should remain rear-facing in a car seat until at least two years old. Forward-facing mode keeps your child secured in a five-point harness until they are ready to use a belt positioning booster seat. Weight and height ratings vary by style, so always consult your instruction manual.

    Shop Now5 to 110lbs*
    Rear & Forward-facing

    All-In-One car seats are designed for young infants and older children. These car seats have three modes of use: rear-facing, forward-facing and belt-positioning booster. In rear-facing mode, all-in-one car seats often provide a higher weight and height rating than infant car seats, which means you can keep your child rear-facing longer. Children should remain rear-facing in a car seat until at least two years old. Forward-facing mode keeps your child secured in a five-point harness until they are ready to use a belt-positioning booster seat. Booster seats are designed to correctly position the vehicle lap and shoulder belts on a child until they are tall enough to fit securely in the vehicle seat belt system without a booster seat. A child must be four years old to use the seat in booster mode. Weight and height ratings vary by style, so always consult your instruction manual.

    Shop Now22 to 120lbs*
    Forward-facing

    Harnessed and Belt-Positioning Booster seats are for older children four years and up and are used forward-facing only. Harnessed Booster seats use a five-point harness to keep the child secure until they are old enough and ready to use a belt-positioning booster. Belt-Positioning Booster seats make your child taller so he or she can use the vehicle lap/shoulder seat belts, until he/she is tall enough to fit correctly fit in the vehicle seat belt system without a booster seat. There are two styles of booster seats – with a back and without a back. Weight and height ratings vary, so always consult your instruction manual.

    * Weight ranges vary by seat, so always consult your instruction manual.


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    Select Your Age Group

    Click on an age group to see what the seat recommendation is for your child. You should always check your seats specific height and weight requirements before purchasing, this is only meant to be a general guideline.

    Rear Facing

    Rear Facing

    This includes infant and convertible seats. Rear facing seats should be used for as long as possible, and are appropriate for children starting from birth until the age of 3.

    Forward Facing

    Forward Facing

    This includes Convertible Car Seats, All-In-One Car Seats, and Combination Seats. These seats are recommended for children between the ages of 2 and 7.

    Booster Seat

    Booster

    Includes All-in-One Car Seats, Combination Seats, High-Back Boosters and No Back Boosters. Children between the ages of 4 and 12 can use a booster. Be sure to check your seats height and weight requirements.

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    Seat Belt

    Move to a seat belt starting at age 9 years old. Two states require the age of 9 for their booster laws, all others are 8 or under depending on height and weight.


    Car Seat Best Practices

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    Rear Facing

    Rear Facing

    This includes Infant, Convertible and All-In-One car seats. Rear facing seats should be used for as long as possible. When rear-facing, the harness straps should be in a slot that is at or below the child’s shoulders.

    Forward Facing

    Forward Facing

    This includes Convertible Car Seats, All-In-One Car Seats, and Combination Seats. When forward-facing, the harness straps should be in a slot that is at or above the child’s shoulders.

    Booster Seat

    Booster

    Includes All-in-One Car Seats, Combination Seats, Highback Boosters and No Back Boosters. At a minimum, your child should be 4 years old to use a booster seat. Your child must be mature enough to sit in the booster seat with the seat belt in the proper position – without putting it under their arm, behind their back or slouching. The lap belt should be low and snug across the hips and the shoulder belt should cross the chest and shoulder.

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    Seat Belt

    Move to a seat belt when the child can sit with their back and bottom against the vehicle seat, knees bent over the edge, feet flat on the floor with the lap belt low and snug across the hips and the shoulder belt crossing the chest and shoulder. Most children will fit appropriately in a seat belt between the ages of 10 – 12.

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    Evenflo Car Seats by Retailer

    Evenflo car seats are available in a broad range of fashions and include a variety of features in order to provide a safe and comfortable car seat option for every budget and stage of your child's development. Our retailer-exclusive series below provide innovative features that enhance your next car seat for a safer, more peaceful ride. Find a retailer near you.

    Platinum Protection Series
    Platinum Protection Series™ Car Seats with OUTLAST®

    NASA developed OUTLAST® Performance Fabric that balances your childs body temperature by absorbing hot and cold temperatures, and releasing as needed. Available exclusively at Babies"R"Us.

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    ProComfort Protection Series
    ProComfort Protection Series™ Car Seats with Gel Matrix™

    Gel Matrix Technology reduces pressure point build up, enhancing your child's comfort for a safer, more peaceful ride. Available exclusively at Target.

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    Advanced Protection Series
    ADVANCED Protection Series™ Car Seats with Comfort Tech™

    Comfort Tech™ Innovation includes three unique layers of comfort that adjust to provide comfort and reduce pressure. Available exclusively at Walmart.

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