TYR TYR LSTSAID Kids' Progressive Swim Aid P8698903TYR-LSTSAID-420-M https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/TYR/TYR-LSTSAID-420-M.jpg TYR LSTSAID Kids' Progressive Swim Aid Manufacturer Part Number: LSTSAID 8698903 036702639415 3.47lbs 3.30 11.00 12.20
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Product Description
Manufacturer Part Number: LSTSAID

Help your child approach swimming as a life skill with our exclusive collection of Start to Swim™ products.

Ideal for pools and various water locations, our TYR Kids’ Start to Swim™ Progressive Swim Aid empowers children to feel safe and capable as they learn to move with full mobility through the water. Available in high visibility colors, the LSTSAID gives young swimmers 360º range of motion and includes removable foam flotation cubes that can be added or taken away as the child’s confidence grows in the water.

Parents can take comfort in knowing that every Start to Swim™ product introduces children to the water in the safest way possible. Specifically constructed, each provides the building blocks necessary to truly succeed in the water. After all, we want our kids swimming, not just floating!

Size:

Small - 33-40 lbs | 15-18 kgs | 2-3 years

Medium - 40-66 lbs | 18-30 kgs | 3-6 years

Features

Free Range of Motion

Free Range of Motion

Provides 100% mobility for a proper swimming stroke


NOTE: International/PO box delivers are not available.
Product Details
TYR Kids’ Start to Swim™ Progressive Swim Aid
Product Specifications
ConditionNew
Restricted States
This product does not ship to the APO addresses.
Return Policy
All TYR- items are non-returnable, only if defective.
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