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Radio Flyer Ultimate Comfort Kids Wagon

Item# 268-RFI072-1-AF | Model# 3181 | Added on November 12, 2016 |
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Radio Flyer Ultimate Comfort Kids Wagon
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Dimensions: 41.5L x 18.5W x 13.75H inches5-way flip and fold seatsPadded seats with storage pocketsChild seat beltsRemovable UV-protection canopyExpandable rear storage bagFront axles designed for non-tip turningExtra large quiet-ride tires2 child and 2 adult cup holdersFor ages over 1.5 years. More fun and more versatile than a regular stroller the Radio Flyer Odyssey Ultimate Family Wagon can be used in five different configurations for convenient hauling of kids or the gear that goes with them. Two kids can sit in the wagon in cozy padded seats with safety belts; handy storage pockets and molded-in cup holders keep juice boxes snacks and toys right at hand for a more enjoyable ride. Flip one seat down and use the other half of the wagon as a covered storage area extra large open storage area or as a tray table so your child can play or dine solo as you travel. Fold both seats for use as a flatbed wagon perfect for hauling oversized toys around the yard. The full-length canopy protects kids from harmful UV rays on sunny days and removes in seconds with the Quick-Clip attachment system when not needed. Parents will appreciate the two adult cup holders in the front and the soft-sided rear storage bag which expands to accommodate your picnic lunch and beach towels. The extra large quiet tires are equipped with front axles that are designed for non-tip turning ensuring that the wagon's precious cargo doesn't fall over and make you question your parenting skills. Dimensions Body ... read more
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