For tiny explorers who ride in style. This Toddler Trike is a total dream for your little one who's learning to ride. An ultra-stable steel tricycle base keeps them safe and sound while a padded seat keeps them comfy. A wicker basket and vegan leather handle grips add a vintage touch to this fun and functional trike.
Suitable for ages 2-6.
Item ships directly from the vendor. Some assembly required. Not eligible for gift wrap, free shipping, local delivery, return, or exchange. Ships to the 48 contiguous states and Washington D.C., excluding P.O. Boxes.
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