Veer Cruiser

Oct 26, 2017

Category: Gear

A lot has changed since the days of red Radio Flyer wagons; we don’t get to play with mercury anymore, cigarettes aren’t considered a part of a healthy breakfast, and work lunches are rarely accompanied by martinis. And yet, kids still love being pulled around town in wagons. For those who want to re-visit that simple joy – there is the Veer Cruiser.

Essentially a high-end all-terrain version of the classic wagon, this cruiser is designed for everything from carrying your winnings at the local farmers market to towing your kids around town. For safety and comfort, the interior boasts a pair of fold-down vented seats equipped with a three-point harness. Looking to go on a picnic with the family? This collapsible wagon features a suspension system and four airless tires for rolling over any type of terrain. In case you have a new member of the family on the way, the Veer Cruiser is built to accommodate a number of attachments for infants and toddlers alike.

Purchase: $600

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