Woven Stripes Collapsible Utility Wagon Gray/White – Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia

Price: $79.00
You Save: $20.00 (20%)
Regular Price: $99.00
  • Foldable woven wagon makes a great addition to your outdoor adventures
  • Can easily hold up to 110 pounds to carry a variety of items
  • Zip cover helps keep cargo from falling out on the go
  • Long handle makes for easy towing from one place to another
  • Folds up into a compact size for simple transportation and storage
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Condition:Brand New
Brand:Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia
Type:Blowmolded Plastic
Size:23 Inches (H) x 24.8 Inches (W) x 38.4 Inches (D)


From a trip to the beach to afternoon grocery runs or evening picnics in the park, haul all your essentials in style with this Woven Stripes Collapsible Utility Wagon from Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia. This collapsible utility wagon features a coated woven polyester fabric with powder-coated aluminum steel frame that can easily hold up to 110 pounds, and a set of blow molded plastic 7-inch wheels for easily pulling over pavement and grass. Plus, the wagon has a long handle for effortless transportation and a zip cover to help keep items contained inside while on the go. Once you’re finished with your adventure, this striped woven wagon folds up into a compact size to pack into the back of a car or store neatly in your garage without taking up too much space.

Celebrate the everyday with Hearth & Hand — created exclusively for Target in collaboration with Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand by Chip & Joanna Gaines. Built upon our shared commitment to giving back to our communities, these pieces reveal the beauty of everyday moments shared with family and friends.

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