ITEM# 385-01-KAEG

Recaro ProSPORT Combination Booster Car Seat - Envy

This item is discontinued.
The ProSPORT is part of the world class ProSERIES of child safety seats by RECARO, the international leader in automobile, race car and child seat technology and a leading innovator in side impact protection.

Made in the U.S.A., the ProSPORT is a high quality child restraint that provides parents and children the luxury and safety they need for happy travels. The ProSPORT incorporates RECARO's Side Impact Protection designed to distinctly protect each of the 5 vulnerable areas of a child in a side impact collision - their head, neck, face, torso and pelvis.

This combination booster seat features a harness mode that goes up to 90 lbs.- one of the highest available in the market! Booster mode can be used from 30-120 lbs. This seat features a premium push button LATCH system and built-in LATCH storage, quick lift head restraint, front adjust harness, EPS foam, and easy guides for the seat belt.

  • 20 to 90 pound child weight capacity in harness mode (One of the highest available in the market!)
  • 30 to 120 pound child weight capacity in booster mode (One of the highest available in the market!)
  • 27 to 50 inches tall - harness mode
  • 37 to 59 inches tall - booster mode
  • Combination Harness to Booster Seat
  • Easy Adjust No Rethread 5 point harness
  • Soft Touch Seat Cushion
  • Easy Guide Belt guides
  • Quick Lift Head Restraint
  • Quick pull Front Adjust Harness
  • EPS Foam for Energy Absorption
  • Universal Top Tether
  • Premium Push Button LATCH System
  • Built-in LATCH storage
  • Comfort Harness Pads
  • ErgoShell - comfort shell design
  • Two storage pouches
  • 5 Points of Protection: Pro Sport is tested to the most stringent global standards for Side Impact Protection:
    • Head
    • Neck
    • Face
    • Torso
    • Pelvis
Product Reviews
out of 5.0
9 Reviews
Ratings Snapshot
of Reviewers
Cindy B.
Centreville, VA
Verified Buyer
This one is ok, I like Britax better
April 30, 2013
Both our boys outgrew their baby carseats and were ready for a booster. So I bought one Britax Frontier and one Recaro. I fought and tugged with the Recaro to adjust the buckle, with the Britax it was a breeze. Then I noticed that the Recaro has little padding. It's just fabric over the headrest and the place where a child's back would rest. The Britax had a foam layer in these spots to make it more comfortable. There is one area where the Recaro excels over the Frontier. It has more side impact protection. Overall if I had to do it again I would have gotten two Britax boosters. I would only get a Recaro if there's no other choice available.
  • Side impact protection
  • Hard to adjust the buckles
  • Little padding or cushioning around the headrest and back
Freeburg, Pennsylvania
Verified Buyer
The Perfect Car Seat!
April 29, 2013
This is just what we needed! Our daughter is almost 2 1/2 years old and is 39 inches long, she was just to tall for her other car seat which should have at least taken her to 40 lbs. The sliding of the back of the seat allowed us to adjust it to the perfect height. It holds her securely with the 5 point harness and the padding is very comfy. The head and neck support allows her to rest without her head falling to the side. My only regret is that we did not get this sooner!
  • Quality product, Recaro 5 point harness sytem is used by Nascar drivers.
Best Uses
  • The next step after the carrier car seat.
  • I can't list a single thing.
AbuDhabi, UAE
Verified Buyer
ProSport booster
March 21, 2013
This is my second time purchasing a Recaro ProSport. This version has several improvements over the first model I bought. It has a top tether, the buckle in the crotch can be adjusted and it has LATCH. I'm not crazy about the way the strap for tightening the harness is tucked at the bottom of the seat or the way the button works to loosen the harness. The shoulder pads over the straps are not as nice as our other Recaro convertible seat, they twist around easily and do not have velcro to remove them for cleaning. I'm not crazy about the fabric or color choice I bought, but the price was right. The important parts of this seat- the side wings, harness, LATCH, and overall comfort of the seat for my daughter, Recaro nailed. The rest are just minor quibbles really.
New Mexico
Verified Buyer
Great seat
December 18, 2012
Love it. The adjustable height is a nice feature. The sturdiness is even better. I feel better knowing my baby boy will be safe in this seat!
  • Sturdy, easy to adjust, cleans easily, SAFE!
  • Nothing yet
H W.
Los Angeles, CA
Verified Buyer
Not bad
December 18, 2012
Purchased this one a few weeks ago for a big 3 year old. This is our third Recaro purchase. I really think they make the best and most comfortable child car seats.
  • Fabric is cooler than other Recaro seats we have owned (Good for warm climates). It will also turn into a booster seat when we are ready. Awesome side impact protection--makes me feel that my son is protected.
  • Adjusting the headrest and harness is a major enterprise, requiring that you separate the seat from the car. I was really surprised by this, since this issue was handled so much better in prior Recaro models we own. Also, the shoulder pads in this model seem thin compared to our other Recaro seat. Finally, my 3 year old can reach latching mechanism and undo it himself.
S F.
Verified Buyer
Best Car Seat
December 17, 2012
I did a lot of research before coming to my top three (Diono Radian RXT, Britax Frontier SICT, and the Recaro ProSport). It was a tough choice, as it seems all three car seats are pretty darn good, with just a few cons here and there. It finally came down to two things: Made in the USA and matches European safety standards (which, for side impact, apparently, there are no standards to be tested against in the US). The Recaro was the only one of the three that was made in the USA *and* met European safety standards. If you don't mind your child being forward-facing, then I would totally recommend the Recaro (being an only forward-facing seat). Our daughter was very ready to be forward-facing. However, if you want your child to stay rear-facing forever (aka a very long time - up to five years old, even), then the Diono is the one for you.The Recaro is extremely well built; very sturdy and very comfortable - this is the first car seat our daughter doesn't scream in or try to get out of. She falls asleep in it and her head, thankfully, doesn't roll forward. Coming from Europe, I was very familiar with the Recaro brand (their seats are in a lot of racing cars). The price will put a lot of people off, but for this particular car seat, it is worth it.Albee Baby's service was impeccable. It got shipped on time and actually got here a day early.
  • The material, the built, the design, and most definitely, how safe it is.
  • The price! (Though Albee Baby's price was, by far, the best deal I found.)
Baltimore, MD
Verified Buyer
30 pound 3 year old
December 17, 2012
We bought this seat for our 30 pound 3 year old who is not quite heavy enough for a booster. It had to fit next to his younger brother's rear facing Graco My Ride 65 in our 1988 Mercedes; it just fits and we have a huge SUV like back seat. I like the intuitive way the seat adjusts and installs as well as it's booster size and has a 5 point harness. The 3 year old misses the angle of recline from the My Ride 65 but it is so much easier for him to get in and out/help him in and out.
  • Ease of adjustment/installation.
  • Trimness of Seat
Verified Buyer
Great seat
December 16, 2012
The seat is awesome and my son loves to ride in it. I just wish both latches adjusted like the britax it's just a little harder to get it tight with it on one side. But still love it!
Detroit , Michigan
Verified Buyer
love it from top to bottom
March 4, 2012
We did weeks of research on car seats. Our final decision came to this carseat we couldn't love it more
  • Looks, safety, and ease.
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