My daughter is a bundle of energy she can run circles around my husband and I, she seems to have endless energy. With all of the energy we want to sign her up for a sport this coming school year. So what to choose? She is a fan of baseball, and watches it with her dad… Cheer leading? Perhaps? My daughters cousin, is an all-state star soccer player, I think she would love to take up the sport that her cousin loves. So soccer it will be. Do you children play sports? Did you know that there is a great line of bandages out there that were created by the Jolly Group, called Sport Shields. Here is a little more information about the company from the website:
Sports Shield bandages are appealing to all ages and gender. Made from super lightweight, latex free material, our bandages offer top-quality protection and flexibility
for even the most active individuals. And the best part is they're fun to wear.
Sports Shield bandages are available in 10 different designs and 2 different sizes for boys and girls, men and women. Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Hockey, Rescue, Cheerleading, Fun Fashion & Love Bug.
Sports Shield bandages are sure to be a hit with any sports fan, whether the Monday morning quarterback or the Sunday couch potato. Anyone who loves sports will love our Sport Shield Adhesive Bandages.
Sports Shield bandages are appealing to all ages and gender, made from super lightweight, latex free material and offer top-quality protection and flexibility for even the most active individuals. Their full, non-stick pad design offers more wound-coverage and is soft and flexible, easily conforming to the body. It’s like you’re not even wearing them!
Ideal for anyone active in sports, Sports Shield bandages are available in two different sizes for adults and kids alike and come in eight additional designs: “Baseball,” “Basketball,” “Football,” “Soccer,” “Hockey,” “Cheerleading, “Girls Soccer” and “Fun Fashion.” They truly are The Choice of Active People™!
The company also has available non-sports- themed bandages with two designs also available July 24th. Perfect for action-loving boys, “Rescue” themed bandage features fire trucks and ambulances, while “Lady Bug” – adorned with butterflies and ladybugs – is sure to delight little girls.
We are constantly using bandages in our house, my daughter is always saying “Mommy I need a bandage” be it for a real injury or what seems to be an imaginary injury a bandage always makes it better. I recently had the chance to review a sample of a new line of bandage from Jolly Group, called Sport Shields. We were sent a pack of the Soccer bandages the 25 count size. I love the look of these bandages they are so cute. They are white bandages that are covered with little black soccer balls, my daughter loved them. I love that they stuck and did not fall off easily. I have had bandages in the past that looked good, but when you put them on, they started to peel off in no time. But I had no issues with the bandages from Sport Shields. The bandages were also easy to peel and stick, when my daughter got a scrape, the Sport Shields bandages were easy to use, and were on her cut in no time. And my daughter got to show off her cool new bandages, the soccer balls really stood out.
Suggested retail price for 25 count packages is $2.50 each and $4.00 for the super-size variety pack with 16 different themed bandages. The cost is affordable, and the product is well made and does what it is supposed to do, I would recommend Sport Shields for all of the kids out there that love sports, and for the parents who what great quality bandages at great prices. I give Sport Shields an A+. I will be buying them again, my daughter would love it.
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