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Mac Sports Folding Utility Sports Wagon Deep Red

4.6 out of 5 stars 452 customer reviews
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  • Folds conveniently and compactly and stores easy, Weight capacity of 150 lbs
  • Strong solid frame construction and Durable 600 Denier Polyester fabric
  • Open Dimensions: 37"L x 21"W x 23"H Folded Dimensions: 21"L x 9"W x 30"H
  • No assembly required, Features Infinite uses at home and away Quick and easy set up Folds compactly and stores easily Strong solid frame construction
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Folding Utility Sports Wagon Red

Product Information

Product Dimensions 36.6 x 23.2 x 20.5 inches
Item Weight 24.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 25.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Mac Sports
ASIN B01EX8UUCC
Item model number WTC-101
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4.6 out of 5 stars 452 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,302 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#7 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Gardening > Outdoor Carts > Garden Carts

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First, some things you should know...

There are a LOT of cheap knockoffs out there. It's apparent by reading some of the reviews that some third-party sellers (non-Amazon) have been selling fakes instead of the real thing. Real ones come fully assembled and packaged in a box that says "MACwagon". I have included pictures of the box. I purchased it at Dick's, so I know it's authentic. If you bought one on Amazon from a third-party seller and received one without the box or needing assembly, YOU GOT A FAKE.

Anyway, here's my review...

I was torn between the Macwagon and the Ozark Trail collapsible wagon from Wal-Mart. Ultimately I decided I preferred the handle on the Macwagon, and the flat shape made it easier to slide behind the seat on my extended-cab pickup.

I bought the Macwagon to haul my fishing stuff down the trails, and to ferry groceries when I walk to the store. I fish a lot and sometimes the parking area is a long way from the spots I want to fish. I also have a frameless inflatable pontoon boat and needed something to carry it (deflated) along the path. The Macwagon holds all my gear and a small cooler. When I launch the boat, I either run it back to the truck or leave it chained to a tree or other heavy object with a bike lock.

The Macwagon serves both purposes equally well. The wheels are big enough that going up over large rocks and curbs is not a problem, and the bars on the front and back make it easy to lift over taller obstacles. The tag warns not to use it on uneven ground, but I think that's more of a liability thing and because the large wheels make it rather tall.
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I have 3 boys and, to warm up before their games. My husband coaches so he has his own huge load. Trying to balance all the stuff on top of a rolling cooler is a nightmare and really overloads the cooler. My husband uses his childhood radio flyer metal wagon but it is so heavy and bulky!

UNTIL I FOUND THIS CART! Everything fits in the cart perfectly! It folds up to about the size of a small sofa cushion with a case and handle. I put the cart all folded up in the trunk with all the other stuff, opened it up and put everything in at the field.

You can leave the handle locked in close to the cart (to push) or snap it off (easier to manuver around corners); you can adjust the height of the handle and lock it in. I had absolutely no problems rolling this cart. I took it along rocky, desert trails and grass with no problems. The wheels are big and the fabric washable. It has 2 cup holders and I have another bag snapped on the back.

My husband watched me use the cart and decided to retire his radio flyer. I will be ordering another one right now!@
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My husband and I always made several trips to and from the car when we bought groceries or my husband had to lug a heavy laundry basket full of clean laundry or carry two(2) 5 gallon bottles of water when we went to buy water. All this lugging was rough on our back. We were happy when we'd find a shopping cart left on the sidewalk cuz we'd borrow it for a quick minute but I saw this at the store and thought since it's foldable it'd be easier to store in the van and after first use we fell in Love with it. All our groceries fit into the wagon that we only needed to make one trip, laundry basket fit nicely, and that bar in the back of the wagon was great for me when I needed to hitch a ride *I use a manual wheelchair* all I did was grab onto that rear bar and my husband would tow me as he walked up the driveway which is on sorta a hill climb. The reason why I don't give it 5 *'s which I think it deserves is like a previous reviewer stated the pull arm could of been a little longer or able to stretch out longer and wheel locks would of been great. Other than that I think this is a great wagon to have and I'd recommend it to anyone.
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Today at the fanciest mall in town at least 5 mommies stopped to ask me where I bought this awesome little red cart. I know it says not to pull your kids in it, but that was exactly what I was doing - pulling around my 3 and 1 year old. (They love it!) Ever since moving into this tiny apartment I have needed a way to juggle the groceries and the kids at the same time and this was the PERFECT solution. The cart is sturdy but lightweight, portable and easy to store. It doesn't take up much space in my car or the closet of the apartment but saves my back lugging stuff to and from the car. The only negative is the same as another reviewer pointed out - it is a little difficult to steer. But that is any easy fix for those handy fellows out there: just add a screw to the round pivot where it attaches to the cart so that the handle can only move up and down but not left and right. Problem solved! This cart is awesome and worth every penny I spent on it!
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My wife and I got this for our frequent picnics in the park and at the beach. It's very nice to be able to load up all the heavy stuff, and the build quality of this wagon is exceptional. It's super-easy to open and close!

But there's one flaw: the wheels in front can turn independently, and are not 'steered' by the handle. So you'll find that the wagon veers off in a different direction than you're pulling. I wish they had connected the wheels to the pull handle, so you could aim it (like those little Radio Flyer wagons from our childhood). The best we could do was to just let it veer for a little bit; it would always come back in sort of a zig-zag pattern. Overcorrecting the steering just makes it worse, so just gently pull and it'll be fine.
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