Your child can travel in style with the Okiedog Dragon Wildpack Trolley! #review

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Company Bio: Okiedog’s fun loving spirit of innovation is reflected in their user focused design philosophy. They want to make families’ lives more fun, more convenient, and in a truly original way… and they believe that their unique attention to detail and the user focus sets okiedog apart from the pack! They are also aware of the special responsibility that comes with making products for 
children and are committed to making the best and safest products possible.

Product Details: The Wildpack rolling luggage is a loveable 3D bag with an adorable face and plush ears designed to delight and entertain toddlers aged 2-4 years old. Match backpack, trolley, lunch bag and suitcase for a fun, family look. Wildpack bags are water repellent easy to clean and very light weight. Due to their soft shell and their 3D shape they are truly a new breed amongst all other animal bags. The Wildpack bags are PVC-, Phthalate- AZO- and BPA-free.

MSRP: $34.99

Personal Experience: It’s probably no secret that this family loves dragons… I mean, we did name this site based on that love of dragons… so we were pretty excited when we had the opportunity to receive Okiedog’s Dragon Wildpack Trolley in exchange for our honest opinion.


From first glance, there is no way that you can deny that this is one very adorable way to travel! The dragon has such a pleasant and fun face and it’s made even better by having a 3D shape that makes it come to life. His little plushie wings add even more charm. The fabric has a nice soft feel to it and a pleasant sheen. We haven’t yet had to put it to the test, but Okiedog promises that the fabric can be wiped clean easily… and with that smooth texture, I don’t doubt their claim.

The trolley is just the right height for the age range of 2 to 4 that it is designed for, but I think they missed an opportunity for kids slightly older. A little more adjustability in the handle would have been nice and potentially extended the use to 5 and 6 year olds. (In the photo above, you can see the handle at full extension.)


The case holds much more than I expected at first glance, but it is still on the small side. This works for the small size of the toddlers that would use them, so it’s not truly a negative unless you are seeking something for extended trips. You could easily fit a day’s worth of school supplies in the bag, but you will likely find it too small for many workbooks and school papers. The sides are soft yet molded, so they will protect the contents without harming your child with rough edges. It is a great bag for an overnight trip. If you pack carefully, you could get an entire weekend’s worth of clothing and essentials into the bag… perfect for a little vacation with Nana and Papa!

Overall, I recommend this sweet little Wildpack Trolley from Okiedog. You can find it in several other animals including puppy, cat, and bunny. They also have backpacks, lunch sacks, and suitcases in all the animals. The products are well made and ready for the love they’re sure to get from the lucky toddler in your life!

Pros: Undeniably adorable! Well-constructed and sized right for toddlers. Great overnight or weekend bag for kids. Lots of cute styles available.

Cons: A little on the small side, but well-suited to their intended users.

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