Ditch the wheelchair. Leave the leg braces behind. Heart and health conditions don't have to stop the adventure when you can carry your child safely & comfortably on your back. The Freeloader holds between 25 & 80 pounds, so you can invite your toddler or child to see and go farther in the world.
Parents with children that have the following conditions have been able to enjoy new outings, extended family time & adventures of all kinds:
• Spina Bifida
• Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Cerebral Palsy
• Cri Du Chat
• Spinal Muscular Atrophy
• Down Syndrome
• Congenital Heart Defects
• Cystic Fibrosis
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Respiratory Distress
• Leber Congenital Amaurosis
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Neurological Disabilities
• Mucopolysaccharidosis Syndrome (MPS)
Zy Lee Summits Mt. Kilimanjaro
Zy Lee, the youngest disabled person in the world to reach the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. Pictured with his Freeloader carrier and father, Chef Walter Lee.
Eric In The Woods Without A Wheelchair
10-year-old Eric has an amazing wheelchair, that can get him lots of places, but without a Freeloader he would never have been through the woods to the cornfield we can see on the hill behind our house. - Lloyd R.
"Wow is all I can say about this company. We had a need and they delivered. Our daughter Jaelynns Journey is paralyzed and it was hard to take hikes. She has a Trackchair but it will not fit in narrow paths. Can't say enough thanks we love the product and hope to use it more often then not!!!! Thanks again" - Cory P.
Blake's 5k Race
"Wanted to let you guys know that we used our Freeloader today at the HeartBeat 5000 in Minneapolis, MN. It is a run/walk to raise money for the Children's Heart Clinic patients. I am so thankful we had the freeloader with us! The little guy on my back has THREE congenital heart defects and was able to walk about half the 5k himself at age 5, but then pooped out! THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for allowing us to keep taking him with us wherever we go!" - Love, Blake's Racin' Hearts 5k Team
We wanted to create a product that would allow families to have mobility like never before. So we set out to create an easy-to-use, portable child carrier that allowed us to travel and hike with our little ones and carry them whenever they wanted. It was essential to us that the Freeloader be lightweight and portable because ultimately we wanted to provide a much less clumsy alternative to the stroller or the traditional hiking carrier for a parent's day out. We ended up creating a bag that also gave families with special needs a new way of life, freedom to take new trips, and the ability to see the world in a brand new way.
We feel very fortunate to be welcomed into the Special Needs community. We find that the families that have reached out to us, communicated with us, and have used our product to be very inspiring and courageous. We love receiving messages and pictures that show how these families are now taking long vacations, going new places, and exposing their children to the great outdoors and world beyond immediate reach. We sincerely hope that the Freeloader will play a role in helping to help ALL families enjoy more adventures together.
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