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|Package Height||2.4 x 8.5 x 10 inches|
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The Razor Multisport Padset features both knee and elbow pads for bicycle, skateboard, inline skate, and scooter enthusiasts. This padset comes in a practical, reusable zippered mesh bag. Pads feature foam cushion to absorb impact, hard plastic slideable caps to protect, and hook and loop fastened straps tokeeppads securely in place. Through stitching and riveted caps provide durability, and soft fleece interior comforts and absorbs sweat. Keep kids safe and protected with a name you can trust - Razor. For ages 8-14. Customer contact information at 1-800-451-KENT (5368) or www.kentbicycles.com
Have a burgeoning skater in your family? Make sure he or she skates in complete safety with this multisport pad set. Designed primarily for skateboarders but also appropriate for bike riders, inline skaters, and scooter enthusiasts, the set comes with two knee and two elbow pads, along with a durable mesh bag to hold them all together. The pads are built to soften the blow from pavement and other hard surfaces, with foam cushion interiors for comfort and hard plastic slideable caps on the exteriors to help deflect impacts. The pads' flex Velcro straps, meanwhile, offer full freedom of movement while still fastening the pads securely in place. The stitched pads even absorb sweat thanks to the soft fleece lining. This set of youth pads is intended for kids between the ages of 8 and 14 years old.
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Bought for the same little snobby boy whom I got the helmet. Same thing.Published 2 months ago by Terry Blanton
Fits my 7 year old son perfectly. Wish it would of came with a helmet but we did buy the Razor brand matching helmet and it works really well! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Isaac J Galvan
Great safety product. Bought for grandson to go with his new Razor Rip-Stick.Published 6 months ago by Linda Hook