My seven year old loves to play outside, so on the top of her holiday list every year are some fun outdoor toys. I recently found this great company called Flybar that has a lot of great outdoor and active toys. They have a great selection of pogo sticks, skateboards, and even stilts. If you are looking for a fun outdoor toy they have some great ones.
The Maverick limited edition pogo stick is a great option for kiddos who like to be active. Has rubber on the handle bars making them more comfortable to hold. This one is a beginner stick, so if you have a little one who is just learning basics this is a great option. I got this for my seven year old to learn how to pogo, it’s a great stick to start on. The bar is covered in a foam material that keeps the spring covered for safety. No slip pegs to stand on make it easier to jump on. This pogo is a limited edition so make sure to get one before they are gone.
If you are looking for a fun toy to get the kids outdoors and active this is a great option from Flybar. They also have other great items like skateboards and stilts that also make great holiday gifts this holiday season.
Flybar was nice enough to give us an extra pogo stick to giveaway! Enter below to win a Maverick Limited Edition Pogo Stick
Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents. This giveaway is sponsored by Flybar, if for some reason they are unable to send the prize Parenting In Progress is not responsible for replacing the prize.
You can learn more on the Flybar website.
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