Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet Matte Rose
Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet Matte Rose
Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet Matte Rose
Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet Matte Rose
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Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet Matte Rose

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Kinderfeets Toddler Bike Helmet is perfect for children using balance bikes, scooters, skates or skateboards. An Adjustable Fit Dial System and padded chin strap provide additional comfort while an ABS outer shell and EPS liner ensure child safety. Two sets of Sweatsaver™ Fit Pads are included and ventilation holes generate maximum airflow so little ones can ride all day long!

Suitable for heads with a circumference of 46 to 52cm. To ensure a perfect fit, measure the circumference of your child’s head starting from the middle of the forehead and make sure this measurement is within range. See our measurement diagram for more details.

Tested and certified to Australian Standard AS/NZS 2063:2008.


Important. A helmet must be fitted correctly every time it’s used.

A poorly fitted helmet can cause injury rather than provide protection in an accident. A correctly fitted helmet should sit snugly against a child’s head and provide even coverage on all sides including the forehead.

To ensure a correct fit, check the helmet’s position in three locations:

  • Forehead The front of the helmet should sit about the width of two fingers above a child’s eyebrow. Ensure the helmet remains stable in this position by adjusting its rear fitting dial. Every Kinderfeets helmet comes with additional padding. If required apply this inside the helmet to ensure a stable fit.
  • Jaw line The helmet’s side straps should sit just below a child’s earlobes when tightened.
  • Chin The chinstrap buckle should be positioned about one finger width in from the edge of the chin. It should be tight enough to remain in place but not so tight as to distract or cause discomfort while riding.

Always check a helmet’s fit each time it’s put on using the two finger/one finger rule and teach children to perform this test themselves.