The Freeloader is the first child carrier built specifically for toddlers & small children, allowing families to enjoy adventures together. The light, unique design & 5 point safety harness allow parents to rest their arms, children to rest their legs, and for families to safely go further than they have ever gone together - whether that's a short trip to the zoo or a long trek to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro (yes...it's been there, too). Minimum age: 2.5 years. Carrying capacity: 80 lbs (32.6kg)
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Hi, Is the child supposed to sit facing the carrier or facing backwards. If the former, how do you ensure that the restraints don't easily slipped from the child's shoulders? Thank you Cesare
The child sits facing the same way as the adult wearing the Freeloader. There is a five point safety harness plus to additional straps that go over each leg. The shoulder straps should not slip off of the child's shoulders. To ensure this, on the child, the horizontal strap that connects their two shoulder straps needs to run across their skapulas. This keeps the shoulder straps in place on the child.
Hi, how long would it take to shipp it to Germany ?
Typically it takes between 6-8 business days to get to Germany. Occasionally, Customs will delay it a bit more however, that happens very infrequently.
I'm able to carry my 45lb 5yo on easy trail (Mom at 130lb) on day 1. Don't need to cajole, bribe and (mildly) threaten anymore!! Can't wait to get out on longer hikes.
The Freeloader has been just what we were looking for. Our family has always like being outdoors and going on hikes. It gives us the ability to continue going when in the past my son needed to be carried and we turned around. The pack itself is comfy and feels like my Osprey pack I use for backpacking. I just wish I had this when my daughter was younger.