Get your kids outdoors with Piggyback Rider
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Today, more than ever before, keeping an eye on our children is vital in so many ways. But, just keeping an eye out for them is not always enough to ensure their safety. Recently a child fell 200-feet off a cliff after running ahead of his father. They were visiting a very dangerous, yet picturesque overlook of the ocean.
Piggyback Rider allows parents to take children into the wild without having to worry where the kids wander. This simple, workable solution to keep a child close during a walk in the park, a hike on a trail, or errands at the mall, is the answer.
Bryan Lifshitz and his brothers created the innovative Piggyback Rider. The three brothers developed and fine-tuned the carrier to weigh less than 3-pounds, while allowing a child from 2 and a-half years old to a child of up to 60-pounds to “ride the bar” on this back-pack-like, stable and safe carrier.
The Piggyback Rider standing child carrier has unlimited year-round use, while hiking, shopping, walking and exploring. It’s more than just getting there; it’s about an active interaction between parent and child, bringing you closer together in any adventure. It offers a way to introduce your children to outdoor pursuits, while never losing track of your child.
The Piggyback Rider standing child carrier has won more than two-dozen awards and has been featured in the national media on shows like Good Morning America, Rachel Ray, ABC News, CBS News and CNN Travel to name a few.
This innovative child carrier will be the last piece of kid gear you need to buy. Here is why:
Safety, adventure and family time. Don’t leave your child at home. Inspire their curiosity of the outdoors. Your core strength allows for excellence balance in the carry position for fatigue-free walking and standing up to 60 pounds.
The Piggyback Rider child carrier backpack strengthens the physical and emotional bond between child and parent, creating lasting, enjoyable and enjoyable memories-
We hope OWAA members will stop by our booth on Breakout Day.
Check us out at www.piggybackrider.com and e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.