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Saddlebaby

SaddleBaby is a unique and simple product that enables parents to carry their children on their shoulders hands-free. In today´s busy multitasking world we live in, we need our hands always available, to hold bags, dog leashes, cell-phones, cameras… so how do you hold your child´s ankles whilst carrying them on your shoulders? SaddleBaby uses strong Velcro straps and adjustable buckles to secure your child safely to your shoulders, and a comfortable and stable cushioned seat ads extra comfort for your young one, and your shoulders on those long hauls. watch the video

Available for purchase in Europe here
Also check out the very cool Piggyback Rider




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