Dashing Through the Snow

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Dashing Through the Snow

January 15, 2019
posted by Mindy Schanzle

While the weather outside may be frightful, we know outdoor play is an essential part of everyone’s childhood. I remember trucking through the snow as a kid and not caring how cold it was or how much snow was getting in my snowsuit. Plus, I knew there was some hot cocoa waiting for me once I got inside. Why should the outside adventures stop once the temperatures drop? We have a wide selection of wagons to keep you rolling all winter long.


Build-A-Wagon with Air Tires


If you’re looking for a customizable option to assist in your snow adventures, many of our Build-A-Wagons can be made with all-terrain air tires. In two sizes, 10” and 13”, these tires are designed for a quiet ride and long-lasting durability. Simply choose the Classic Wood, Plastic, or Steel & Wood base when you begin customizing and pick your size of air tire!


All-Terrain Steel & Wood Wagon


We all know and love our original Little Red Wagon and this version with wooden stake sides make the options for adventures endless. It has a full-sized, all-steel seamless body with no-scratch edges. It comes ready for snowy adventures with 10” all-terrain air tires and a controlled turning radius to prevent tipping. Store this wagon easily by folding the extra-long handle underneath.


All-Terrain Cargo Wagon


Take an off-road adventure in the largest Radio Flyer all-terrain wagon featuring removable wooden sides and real air tires for a smooth, comfortable ride. This classic wagon has a controlled turning radius to prevent tipping and real air tires, which make it perfect for adventures where you may be unsure of the snowy terrain. The removable wooden sides make for an easy in-and-out and the no-pinch ball joint keeps fingers safe. This wagon’s extra-large body makes it perfect for hauling snowballs to a snowball fight or adult adventures like hauling firewood. The extra-long handle folds under for easy storage.


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