With its superior design and feature, the Graco My Ride 65 LX Convertible Car Seat - Asbury is a car seat you and your child will love. Designed to keep your child safe for years, this car seat holds your baby in the rear-facing position up to 40 lbs. and in the forward-facing position up to 65 lbs. Rigorously crash-tested to meet or exceed U.S. safety standards, this car seat is made from EPS, energy absorbing foam for effective impact energy, and has also been side-impact tested for occupant retention by the harness system. Its five-point, front-adjustable harness is easy to use while the LATCH-system and easy-to-read level indicator help make installation simple. Dual cup holders keeps your child’s drink and snack within easy reach. Additional Features Also side-impact tested Meets or exceeds U.S. safety standards 5-point, front-adjust safety harness LATCH-equipped with an easy-to-read level indicator Dual cup holder keeps drink within child’s reach Removable infant insert and headrest Car seat pad is removable for easy cleaning About Graco When Russell Gray and Robert Cone joined forces in 1942, baby products were not their focus. The pair originally formed Graco Metal Products in Philadelphia, Penn. The firm created machine and car parts for local manufacturers for 11 years. Gray left in 1953, leaving Cone as sole owner, and Cone got the idea to manufacture baby products from a Graco employee, David Saint, a father of nine. Inspired by the idea of Mrs. Saint soothing her babies on the backyard glider, the Graco Swyngomatic was born. The Swyngomatic sold millions, catapulting Graco to become a leader in manufacturing juvenile products in the process. Since then, Graco has set the industry standard with products like the Pack N' Play and the Travel System. Graco is one of the world's best known and most trusted juvenile products companies.
Measures 27L x 20.75W x 15.59H in.
EPS, energy absorbing foam manages impact energy
Helps protect rear-facing infants up to 40 lbs.
Forward-facing toddlers up to 65 lbs.Rigorously crash-tested