Nutcase Helmets and Early Rider bike – safe and super-cool when out and about

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It’s about time! Finally here are some ultra-groovy, super-cool skate and bike helmets for toddlers and kids, with designs that even I would wear. I’ve  often cringed at the offerings in helmets and even though they’re essential for safety, it never hurts to look funky when out and about on bikes and skates.

Nutcase helmets will adorn those precious heads with a helmet compliant with both Australian and international safety standards and in a range of designs to suit the fashion-conscious.

The ‘Little Nutty’ range caters to children from 0-5 years and features a handy Spin Dial system of adjustment which makes the fitting of each helmet simpler and more accurate. We’ve all struggled with those silly internal straps on helmets and it wouldn’t surprise me if this has led to many an ill-fitting helmet which may have jeopardised a child’s safety. This innovation, combined with the quality quick-release buckle and gorgeous designs, make the $99.95 price tag well and truly worth it. Any head over 52cm in diameter can handle a choice from the ‘Street Range’, with water and snow options also available.

Your little one needs something to get around on if she is to sport the latest and greatest in helmets! Fire up the pavements with the Early Rider bike, the perfect learner bike with attitude. With flame detailing along both sides of the bike, pneumatic tyres with aluminium rims, and a comfy seat pad, she can learn the art of balancing on a bike well before she graduates to pedals. The body is made from enviro-conscious birch and new colours of pink and blue are expected some time this year.  Grab one in natural for $299 plus freight from Early Rider.

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