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Classic wagon, soapbox racer, and foot-to-floor car. Transforming the 3-in-1 Wishbone Wagon between play combinations is so easy - encourages independent play.
Classic wagon, soapbox racer, and foot-to-floor car—It's 3 in 1! The Wishbone Wagon brings the the past and the present together in this innovative heirloom toy by award-winning designer Richard Latham.
- Age: 1-10 years.
- Made of Sustainable birch, aluminium, and steel construction for outdoor use.
- Adapts to suit every child any day. Pull your gear or toddler to the beach with ease. Take your friend for a ride. Install the steering wheel, flip open the hatch and drive your very own "flintstone" car to the park. Grab a helmet, close the hatch and race this soap-box cart downhill.
- Push, pull, steer - so much more than a wagon.
- The Wishbone Wagon is simple to transform: with three handle positions for push & pull play, a steer-or-stow steering wheel, and flip-up hatch for foot-to-floor fun.
- Kids play together for hours.
- Easy no-tool convertibility.
- Sustainable birch, aluminium, and steel construction for outdoor use. Store indoors.
- Air-filled tires for a smooth ride.
- Exciting play options for all ages from 1 to 10. Maximum 50kg/110lbs.
- Built to last from sustainably-grown birch wood and featuring air-filled tires.
- Manufactured in China.
- Babies spend hours playing with their toys, which includes plenty of exploring by chewing and sucking on them! We only sell toys that are safe - like wood toys colored with natural dyes, organic plush toys, or plastics that are food-grade & free from toxic chemicals like BPAs, PVC, and phthalates. For more information, check out our Healthy Baby Guide to Toys.
- Our whole collection is free of toxic chemicals (that includes the big ones you’ve heard about—BPA, phthalates, toxic dyes & perfumes, pesticides, PVC, & added formaldehyde—plus many you haven’t heard of yet).
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