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Boxing Set for Kids

  • BOXING SET INCLUDES: Adjustable stand, weighted base, punching bag, boxing gloves, and air pump. Punching bag and gloves are made of non-toxic durable PU Leather. Recommended for kids ages 3 to 10 years old.
  • ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: Our stand can easily be adjusted from 34 to 44 inches tall to accommodate children of all ages. Both boys and girls will love taking a turn in the ring with this fun active toy.
  • ACTIVE EXERCISE & SPORT: Get your kids off the couch and their blood pumping with a toy that improves hand-eye coordination, releases energy, builds confidence, elevates their heart rate, and practices self-defense.
  • EASY TO SET UP: Simple assembly required. Includes easy-to-follow instructions, wrench, and air pump for set up. Inflate punching bag to the desired level. No experience required for kids to benefit from this toy.
  • MAKES A GREAT GIFT: Give a gift that your kids will go back to day after day. A unique idea for birthdays, Christmas, or just looking to get your kids active and healthy.
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