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Kid Safety Hats, LLC

2655 NW 83rd Way
Cooper City, Florida 33024
United States
Telephone: 866-903-2568.
Fax: 866- 903-4687.
Web: http://www.softprotectivehelmets.com.
Email: info@kidsafetyhats.com.

Products distributed by Kid Safety Hats, LLC (listed alphabetically)

  1. PLAYMAKER GUARDIAN Picture of PLAYMAKER GUARDIAN

    The Playmaker Guardian is a protective helmet designed for use by individuals with balance disabilities, hemophilia, seizures, and autism and others who are at risk of head or skull injuries. This helmet is designed to provide protection to the back and sides of the head for individuals in danger of head injury. Features include an adjustable chin strap to provide a custom fit, and a web shell that allows for ventilation of the head to assist in cooling. This washable helmet is made of closed EVA rubber foam. The outer shell is surrounded by Lycra to allow air flow and prevent extra heat exposure to the head. SIZES: Extra small (fits head circumferences 18 to 19 inches); small (19.5 to 20.5 inches); medium (21 to 22 inches); large (22.5 to 23 inches); extra large (23.5 to 24 inches); and extra extra large (24.5 to 26 inches). COLOR: Platinum.

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