The Freeloader Child Carrier


*For adults with a 20.5" torso or above.
*For adults with a 20.5" torso or above.
*For adults with a 20" torso or below.
Color
Coral Reef
Midnight

$349.99

  • Free domestic shipping on all child carriers
  • We donate 1% of profits to the Amazon Rainforest

Safely and comfortably explore trails, stroll through the park, and embark on grand adventures with The Freeloader Child Carrier. Designed with safety top-of-mind, this CPSC-certified child carrier is built for children 2.5 years or older with a carrying capacity of up to 80 lbs. Made in the USA, this child carrier features a 5-point harness, ShockLoad suspension, washable pillow, and more with our highest standards for quality. The collapsible design fits in an overhead compartment or a corner of your trunk so you can focus on where you want to go, not where you think is feasible.

Product Specifications

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  • Product weight: 5.8 lbs
  • Carrying capacity: up to 80 lbs
  • Recommended minimum age: 2 ½ years
  • Standing height: 33"-50" tall

Features

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  • NEW Stirrups for foot support on every carrier!
  • Ergonomic waist and shoulder straps to evenly distribute your child's weight
  • Open back design helps maximize airflow to keep your back cool and dry
  • Easy-to-use, 5-point child safety harness
  • Lead-free and phthalate-free nylon materials
  • Lightweight, strong and portable
  • Meets or exceeds all CPSC standards

FAQ

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The lightest and most versatile child carrier on the market.

Versatility

The Freeloader Child Carrier is lightweight and portable, making it easy to bring on the go.

Whether you're travelling by car, train or plane, The Freeloader's foldable panel design makes it suitable for all types of travel.

Designed to fuel all of your adventures.

Comfort

We designed our carriers to not only provide the best comfort for your kids, but for you as well!

Adjustable, contoured shoulder straps with padding makes the load easy for you, large foot stirrups and a padded comfort pillow makes the ride easy for them.

Built strong. Built to last.

Durability

Lightweight yet durable, The Freeloader Child Carrier can support up to 80 lbs, while weighing only 5.

100% CPSC approved, and produced from sturdy, lead-free and phthalate-free nylon materials. Expect reliability even on the wildest adventures.

Customer Reviews
4.7 Based on 66 Reviews
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KM
06/23/2022
Kennaugh M.
United Kingdom

Not sure yet

Shipping was a nightmare - paid to have delivered quick and was held up due to taxes charge and then wanted more money but no link to pay it. Product - daughter has said it hurts her legs...she is supposed to hug the adult basically be close but that front if the seat is a metal plate so not padding which hurts... after a total of £480 spent I'm not overly happy

MB
06/22/2022
Matthew B.
United States United States

Excellect carrying, zippers need work

Perfect for carrying the worlds heaviest toddler. Found that the side pocket zippers wont work when work, have to take the pack off to unzip or zip them. Not a huge deal but it makes pulling the phone out for pictures on hikes a hassle when alone

AB
05/23/2022
Abram B.
United States United States

Perfect!

We hiked to the top of Yosemite falls and it was absolutely a perfect choice! Thanks!

RI
05/17/2022
Rick I.
United States United States

Great product

So far so good! we are using it to carry our 70 pound disabled child and it is working well - great invention and very well designed! Thanks for dreaming this up - been a savior for us!

VM
04/18/2022
Valerie M.
United States United States

Good with some flaws

The good: Easy to adjust even while wearing it. Light weight. High weight limit. They now include the stirups which minimized how much I got kicked. Still got kicked though. The bad: The pockets are tough to open and close because they are flimsy. They also have large bolts in them which makes me nervous to store a phone and cuts into the already minimal storage space. But the deal breaker for me was that my child was in pain as I strapped him in and out because of the way the frame protrudes when on a flat surface. This made it really tricky and a bit traumatic to get him in as he cried in pain. It might be better if I had someone there to help, but for solo hikes it's not ideal. If it weren't for the $50 I would have to pay to "restock" I would likely return it. I will try it again and see if I can find a better way to load him in without hurting him.