The Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon Is The Perfect Wagon For The Kids

For decades, children have been pulling bright red Radio Flyer wagons behind them, giving rides to stuffed animals and little brothers. Like all good things, the wagon has seen some changes over the years, and the new Pathfinder Wagon from Radio Flyer is every child’s dream. Using a specially designed plastic shell and new flip-up seats, the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon can convert from a versatile storage center to a comfortable ride for two in a matter of seconds. When the seats are up, they become chair-backs for two riders, and when the seats are down, the space underneath can be used for storage while still leaving room for the kids.

The wagon come in its traditional red color and has four cup holders that are accessible when the seats are in either position. The Pathfinder also has a “smart” front axle that prevents the wagon from tipping over, like in the old days, and two seatbelts to keep the little ones in place. It does require some assembly, so be forewarned.

The Positives
A sturdy plastic body, easy steering and front axel with no-tip turning. Exclusive convertible feature – 2 Wagons in 1 – seats fold up or down. His wagon features four molded cup holders and optional storage compartment. This wagon has won the National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval. Offers a smooth, comfortable, and safe ride.

The Negatives
Can be hard to maneuver and gets stuck going over curbs and cracks. Some reports of the wagon’s wheel and axle proving to be defective.

So What’s The Scoop?
This wagon has won numerous top awards from organizations like the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio and the National Parenting Publication, so parents can be confident that this wagon is built to last. The relationship between a child and their wagon is a special one, so go with a trusted model like the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon.

Pathfinder Wagon.

Radio Flyer 2700Z Pathfinder Wagon.

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  1. Product Scoop says:

    Please share with us any of your questions or comments concerning this Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon review! For those interested, here’s the manufacturer link for the Radio Flyer 2700Z Pathfinder Wagon Red.

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