Halloween Fun: Cruising Costumes

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Halloween Fun: Cruising Costumes

October 28, 2013
Neighborhoods everywhere are bursting with decorations in anticipation of Halloween.  I love to see doorsteps lit by the glow of carved pumpkins and shrubs beset with spider webs.  Soon sidewalks will be overtaken by pirates and princesses sprinting from house to house. 
 
Trick-or-treating can be hard work, and sometimes little pumpkins need help keeping up with their older siblings' frantic candy gathering.
 
Radio Flyer is honored to be the chosen set of wheels for so many trick-or-treaters who want a little rest or to ride in style. We love to see families go the extra mile and integrate wagons into costumes. This approach is perfect for parades, babies (or little mice!) who are not up to walking yet, young kids who have a lot of ground to cover, and children with disabilities that make walking difficult or impossible.
 
Wagons can easily be pirate ships, princess carriages, or even garbage trucksCheck out all these great examples of wagon costumes. How will your family be dressing up this year?
 
  • The dad of this adorable pilot shared this photo of his Red Baron last Halloween.
  • Ready for work, found on 9gag.com
  • These wild things were spotted on lilsugar.com
  • We caught this little mouse over on costumeworks.com.