Sports & Entertainment

6 In 1 Kids Toddler Protective Gear Set Elbow Pads and Knee Pads with Wrist Guard for Skating Cycling Bike Rollerblading Scooter


Price: 13.50 - 7.29


6 in 1 Protective Gear Set for Toddler Kids Cycling Skating

By STAWIN


Product Description
Weight: approximately 190g per set

Age: children 3 to 7 years old
Color: 9 colors to choose from.

Material: High-quality durable fabrics, with EVA foam padding and full-coverage caps made of extra-hard anti-scratch PE
Suit for: children, boys, girls, children.
Please allow 1-2cm measuring deviation due to manual measurement
Due to different monitors and lighting conditions, colors may be slightly different from the listed photos.


About the product
1.【Strong Protection】- These kids knee pads and elbow pads are made of high-quality durable fabrics, with EVA foam padding and anti-scratch extra hard PE full-coverage caps, which have good shock absorption and a cushioning effect to reduce damage caused by a sports fall.
2.【Adjustable Size】- Knee and elbow pads suitable for 3-7 years old children. Upgrade adjustable elastic straps and Velcro fasteners to fit different ages, kids can hold on to the body better and move freely at the same time.
3.【Durable and Comfortable】Made of high hardness anti-scratch PVC shell for hard protection and soft sponge material to cushion shock, while comfortable to wear.
4.【Safety Protective Gear Set】- 2 knee pads + 2 elbow pads + 2 wrist guards + 1 carry bag, designed for children's sports safety protection, such as skating, rollerblading, skateboarding, cycling, etc. With carrying bag, very easy to store and carry child protective equipment anywhere and anytime.
5.【Safety and Fun】Designed for children's sports safety protection, especially suitable for cycling, rollerblading, skateboarding, skating and other sports, it is also a perfect gift for children at Christmas , Thanksgiving, birthday and Children's Day.

Packing list
6pcs/set*Children Protective Gear Set
(2pcs*knee pads+2pcs*elbow pad+2pcs*wrist guards)


Related Articles

Back to top button