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  • A sturdy plastic body, easy steering, front axel with no-tip turning, and exclusive Dura-Tred tires make for a smooth, comfortable, and safe ride
  • Exclusive convertible feature - 2 Wagons in 1 - seats fold up or down.
  • This wagon features four molded cup holders, an optional storage compartment, and two seats with seatbelts
  • This wagon has won the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval, National Parenting Publications Gold Award
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Also won Oppenheim Toy Portfolio's Gold Seal Award, and Canadian Toy Testing Council's Three Star Rating
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Product Description

Product Description

Radio Flyer Pathfinder 39" Wagon

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The popular Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon combines durability, comfort, and safety in a compact package pleasing to both kids and adults. The well-designed, award winning wagon features cup holders and flip-up seats that support children's backs. The seats can be put down when hauling stuff around. Parents will appreciate the safety belts, storage compartment, and long handle for easy pulling. Designed for up to two children ages one and one-half years and older, the Pathfinder also has front axles designed for safe, no-tip turning.

Pathfinder Wagon
    Ages: 18 months+
What We Think

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The Good: Safety belts, non-tip turning, and cup holders.

The Challenging: Can be hard to pull if fully loaded, or could be too big to fit in compact cars (check the wagon dimensions if you plan to travel with it).

In a Nutshell: A popular, award-winning, and durable wagon that will entertain your children for years.


The Radio Flyer's seats flip out, letting kids be comfortable as they ride. View larger.

Flip up Seats to Give Kids a Comfy Ride; Flip Seats Down for More Storage
Winner of awards including the National Parenting Publications Gold Award and the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio's Gold Seal Award, the Pathfinder is smaller than the Radio Flyer's Ultimate Family Wagon, but still roomy. Two kids can ride comfortably, or one child can ride with plenty of extra room for storage. Even three smaller kids might be able to ride in this versatile wagon (but keep in mind there are only two seat belts).

The flip-up seats provide back support for the young ones, but don't recline, which would be nice for sleepy kids. The Pathfinder is made of sturdy plastic, in Radio Flyer's trademark red color. Assembling the wagon is fairly easy, but it does take a little time to get it right, and you should follow the illustrated instructions carefully.

A Classic Wagon Just Gets Better
Radio Flyer has been making wagons since 1923. Besides good, old-fashioned durability and great design, this solid wagon offers plenty of extras, including cup holders, an extra long handle, and flip-up seats. Safety features such as seat belts and non-tip turning are popular features for parents. The roominess of the Pathfinder means you can haul a lot of kids and toys, but beware, when fully loaded, it can get heavy.

Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Amazon.com has certified this product's packaging is Frustration-Free. A Frustration-Free Package is easy-to-open and comes without excess packaging materials such as hard plastic "clamshell" casings, plastic bindings, and wire ties. It is exactly the same as a traditionally packaged product--we've just streamlined the packaging to be opened without the use of a box cutter or knife and will protect your product just as well as traditional packaging during shipping. Products with Frustration-Free Packaging can frequently be shipped in their own boxes, without the need for an additional shipping box. Learn more.

What's in the Box
Wagon with 4 cup holders; two child seat belts; 4 wheels, parts for assembling wheels, and instructions.




The wagon comes with drink holders, ideal for longer trips. View larger.


Seatbelts ensure that every ride is a safe ride. View larger.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 39 x 19 x 17 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002JCS7X4
  • Item model number: 2700Z
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,956 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (360 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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4.7 out of 5 stars

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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By CKE TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 21, 2010
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Our daughter loves her Radio Flyer - I mean our daughter LOVES her Radio Flyer. Every night we strap her in and take her for rides around our neighborhoods. Her favorite part when we take her down grass covered (aka bumpy) hills. She holds onto the sides and laughs the whole way down. This is possible because the Radio Flyer Pathfinder wagon converts from a standard wagon to a passenger wagon fully equipped with safety restraints (see the video).

- The front wheels rotate 360 degrees - making it much easier (and safer) to turn than the older style wagons
- Plastic construction - while some may prefer the old-school metal wagon - the plastic models are rust resistant and safer
- Plug holes in the bottom which make it easy to wash out with a water hose
- Can be either a wagon or a two-seat transport wagon -
- You can purchase Radio Flyer Wagon Canopy
- Soft foam-type wheels - they are not hard plastic nor are they inflatable rubber
- As you would expect the wagon takes up a lot of space - more than a kids bicycle. Plus, it is (almost) impossible to hang up on the wall. It also is not the easiest thing to fit into a car/van/SUV if your family gets the urge to take the wagon out for a trip.

Final Verdict - While some may prefer the old-type metal wagons this is a great alternative. Our family is very happy with the choice!

5 Stars
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. A. O'Leary-Sherman on October 3, 2012
We bought the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon for our son a few years back. It's been good for picnics, rides to the Golden Gate Park Botanical Gardens, trips to the pumpkin patch & playdates with friends. It has flip up seat backs, seat belts & cup holders. I've even used it for toting around gardening equipment when my son is not using it. I didn't realize it's true potential, however, until last week on a dark foggy night.

I heard strange shrieks, growls and squawks coming from our back yard where we keep a small flock of chickens. A raccoon had broken into our hen house and I intercepted him as he was running off with one of my hens in his mouth. As the mighty Dude says, "this aggression will not stand, man".

In an uncharacteristically hulk-like frenzy of rage (and unbelievably foul language), I grabbed the nearest large object - the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon - lifted it over my head and hurled it as hard as I could at the absconding raccoon, who happened to be scurrying along next to a cement wall. Bam!

I was certain of two things -both the wagon and the raccoon would be totally wrecked. But Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagons and raccoons are tougher than they appear - there was not even a scratch on the wagon. Unfortunately, the raccoon seemed equally unaffected. I grabbed the nearest shovel and gave the raccoon a few whacks before it finally got the hint and left the scene of the crime.

Even better - in the midst of my berserker attack on the furry masked marauder, the hen who had been chosen for dinner managed to escape and with a little rest and TLC she is back to laying eggs and scratching in the dirt, thanks to the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon. It's not just a practical and fun children's toy ... it's a remarkably effective projectile defense weapon against a hungry varmint, too. It's worth every penny we spent on it, and then some.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kate on March 24, 2012
I want to love this wagon, my children love it but it is incredibly difficult to pull. It has been since the day we got it. I love the cup holders and the seat belts but it is so hard to make turns. The front wheels are independent and one wheel always goes its own way so I have to stop and kick it or drag it sideways. I detest taking it anywhere. Sorry Radio Flyer I wanted to love it but it kills me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Sarlow on August 23, 2010
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We've owned this RF for around 4 months now and it's been great. It fits on our trunk so we can take it wherever we go and my daughter loves riding in it.

- The wheels are plastic (not rubber) but they're not noisy like I expected them to be when I was putting it together.

- This week we really tested it out with carrying our 2 y.o. plus a cooler (filled with ice and drinks) and some bags (maybe 80lb in all). While it works great being pulled, when i tried to push it, the handle almost felt like its going to rip out of it's connection (although it didn't).

- If you're trying to change directions and go back the other way, sometimes the wheels need a bit of help turning around.

- works really well on hard surfaces, but the handle connection doesn't look like it will last for continual use off-road.

Overall we're really happy with it and my daughter always asks if we can go for a walk so she can ride in it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cthiggin on May 16, 2011
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Bought this product for my year old grand-daughter. Very nice and well built wagon. Has the flip up seats & seatbelts which are a much for young children and even a "sippie cup" holder.
NOTE: When assembling, make sure you put some grease on the front wheel shafts that go up through wagon base and attach with a clutch cap. The instructions do not mention this. When I first
put it together and pulled the wagon, the front wheels would not "track" properly and really just had a mind of their own. I pulled the front wheel assemblies and coated with some vasoline and that did the trick.
Would buy again.
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