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Protecting Little Noggins with Bell Helmets


My kiddos are always on the move and I worry so much about them bonking their heads and crashing even though my brother keeps on reminding me that kids fall to grow (he doesn't have any of his own). So when the helmets from Bell arrived for review, I couldn't wait to surprise the kids with their safety helmets. 



The Fraction helmet is the right size to protect little tot noggins when they are cruising on trikes and scooters or even in a bright pink car. Christmas morning was the perfect time to try out the rad Paul Frank helmets ($45) from Bell since Kenzie was about to learn to drive. There are two sets of pads included so that your child can grow with the helmet. Mason is wearing the XS with the thickest pads and Kenzie is wearing the S with thick pads. They are easy to adjust by just pulling the strap tight. The Paul Frank DJ design is whimsical and fun for both girls and boys. There are other fantastic designs to fit your child's preference. 


At first, Mason hated the helmet and kept on trying to tug off the chin strap. However, after Kenzie put hers on like a pro and kept telling him that he couldn't ride in her car without a kids bike helmet, I think he understood and manned the tunes on the radio. The Bell helmet is made of an ABS hard plastic shell which can wholly protect my kiddos from minor spills and the dual density EPS foam makes it comfortable to wear. Mason is itching to get his own trike so once his legs grow a bit longer, we will get him one to cruise alongside Kenzie.

Although these are technically for when tots ride their bicycles, they would also be perfect for young tots learning how to walk! That's only my opinion, of course.

Make sure to connect with Bell Bike Helmets on Facebook and Twitter and keep your tot's nogging safe!

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5 comments:

  1. I like that it has EPS foam so it's comfortable on the inside for the kids to wear. Great protection!

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  2. i love that it includes pads for the child to grow into and love the eps foam and designs!

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  3. I am always looking for great helmets and these seem to be it! My kids have huge heads so love that they have different sizes!

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  4. i love the ideal that it has eps foam and designs..i think my princess would try to take this off if it was on her head..

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  5. I like how much of the head is protected with these, they look like really nice helmets.

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