Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Step2 Push Around Buggy with this new Pink edition.brbr Give toddlers their first driving lesson with the friendly-faced Step2 Push Around Buggy - 10th Anniversary Edition - Pink. Adults control the buggy with a convenient back handle, while little drivers sit back and work on their steering. A realistic steering wheel with a honking horn makes tots feel like they are really driving. There's even a storage compartment under the hood for stowing away secret goodies. Help children practice safety by buckling them up in the kid-size seat belt. Requires some adult assembly.
The Step2 Company, LLC is a family company that fosters learning and development through creative play in children from birth to school-age years. With most products made in the U.S.A., Step2 designs and produces new toys that receive recognition every year for their durability, creative play value, and fun designs. The Step2 Company not only designs and produces innovative toys, it also provides parents and child care professionals access to learn and share information about the importance of creative play.
30.7 x 17.6 x 16.6
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