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SaddleBaby is a new patented and uniquely simple product that enable parents to carry their children on their shoulders hands-free. It supports parent-child bonding by making outdoor experiences more enjoyable for both. All this in a very compact and powerful package! Saddle Baby replaces the traditional method of needing to hold your child’s ankles with a much safer and practical system that uses high quality materials, industrial Velcro and adjustable buckles to secure your child. SaddleBaby allows you for the first time to safely free your hands to do more and focus on spending quality time with your child. Your little one will LOVE it!
I read on a review that this was a waste of money, but for my special needs grandson, this is great! Read morePublished 22 days ago by Lisa A
We get asked about this carrier where ever we go. It's been great, both boys fight about who gets to ride on daddy's shoulders. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelly
It worked well, but I wish that the position for the front leg straps was a little more adjustable. With the strap fully tightened around my chest, my son's legs ended up being a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike
It's rare for me to review products but following my recent recent purchase of the saddle baby I felt compelled to leave feedback.
This product is absolutely amazing. Read more
This thing is awesome!
But first of all before you buy it be careful and read description.
It's designed for children from 2 to 5 years. Read more
This product is awesome! With the saddle baby my son can now whistle for me to come and saddle me up and ride off into the sunset. Read morePublished 5 months ago by redice1980
Delivered as promised, works great, u do need to get used to wearing it because at the beginning neck gets fatigued; but after using it several time fuscles get acclimatedPublished 6 months ago by hugo
Fantastic. Husband was sick of hunching his neck and it having his hands free when he put our toddler on his shoulders. This solves both problems! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Laura Christian