Introducing The World’s Most Expensive Children’s Toy Fail – The Kangasack

The old adage goes that no matter how much money you spend on a toy, the box that it came in will always be the hit of the household.  But what happens when the $105 you spent on the latest craze doesn’t come in a box, and is in fact, it’s very own bag and product?

That’s right, it’s a sack, and it costs $105, unlike its more modest cousin that comes in the burlap variety and costs about $3.00.  Granted, the Kangasack website boasts that it has a carrying pouch for a snack or juice, but by the looks of the kid below the price may have more than just him falling flat on their face.

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3 thoughts on “Introducing The World’s Most Expensive Children’s Toy Fail – The Kangasack

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  2. Wow! That is just plain crazy. I imagine all their little snack pouchs filled with open juice boxes and containers of fish crackers and then the whistle blows to start the race. Juice splashes, orange fish crackers fly, and by the end of the race, two little dears have bloody noses from full-on face plants.

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