Deluxe Float Shorty - Star Wars


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Deluxe Float Shorty - Star Wars

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Star Wars Deluxe Float Shorty 

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Secure flotation and a comfortable fit keep your young swimmer confident while they engage in imaginative role-play! The Star Wars Float Shorty from SwimWays features bold Darth Vader graphics from the classic Star Wars movies. Our flotation suit is a great tool for the learn to swim process, giving children that extra bit of confidence and the knowledge that their favorite Star Wars character is right there with them.

  • Adorable design features Darth Vader from the Star Wars
  • Helps build water confidence
  • Secure flotation and comfort fit
  • Two-piece suit
  • Fade-resistant fabric offers UV protection

S-M size fits children 2-3 years. M-L size fits children 3-4 years. (Suit should fit snug yet comfortable.)

Made in China

WARNING: This is not a lifesaving device. Do not leave child unattended while product is in use. Always stay in the pool within arm's reach of child.


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