Radio Flyer / Pathfinder Wagon

Radio Flyer

Pathfinder Wagon

Age Range

This is a rugged classic vehicle that your young voyager will enjoy. It is two wagons in one. It features child seat belts, fold-up seats for a comfortable ride, four molded in cup holders, and fold down seats for maximum hauling capacity plus seat belts. It has an extra long handle for easy pulling that makes it manageable for anyone to use easily. The front axle is designed for non-tip turning and it can easily fold for easy storage. The real Dura-Tred® rubber tires will last a long time. Your little adventurer will have hours of open-ended play with this pathfinder wagon. The vehicle weighs twenty-five pounds and requires adult assembly, tools not included. Enjoy putting the wagon together with your child to add to his or her understanding of how the wagon fits together.

History of Radio Flyer

Since 1917, Radio Flyer has been the world's leading producer of toy wagons. Eighty years have passed since Antonio Pasin, a cabin maker from Venice, Italy began crafting wooden wagons in a shop in Chicago. The third generation of the Pain family has taken over the company. The company has a great line of products that have been enjoyed by generations of children. It introduced a line of books (Dutton) based on the wagons that are featured in various children's books. To celebrate its 80th anniversary in 1997; the company constructed the world's largest wagon measuring 27 feet long with wheels 8 feet in diameter for a total weight of 15,000 pounds. That wagon was displayed at the 2006 Toy Fair in New York City.

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