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Piggyback Rider

The Piggyback Rider is an enjoyable, effortless way to carry a child (2.5+ years / up to 60lbs) on your back, replacing bulky backpack carriers and strollers, you can enjoy long walks without worrying about your toddler getting tired. The Piggyback Rider is referred to as the next step after your child outgrows a traditional child carrier backpack, the unique kid carrier features a non-skid foot bar for a child to stand on, a safety harness and handles for a kid to hold as you hike. It weighs less than 3 pounds, and functions as a standard backpack, distributing the child’s weight at your core enabling a natural upright posture.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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