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What is Thudguard made of?

Thudguard® is made of a high Impact Absorption Foam moulded from Ultra High Density Foam for superior protection.  Thudguard® gives a Pre-Curved, Supreme comfort and flexibility for a more personal fit allowing for additional comfort and energy absorption. 

Thudguard® helps cushion the forehead, side and back of the head. It is made from ultra lightweight High Density Foam and medium weight, soft-spun poly / lycra. This makes it ideal for stretching and keeping the shape of the helmet allowing it to be very durable and easily kept clean.

PLEASE DO NOT USE IF ALLERGIC TO SYNTHETIC MATERIALS. 

Thudguard® is the only baby head guard that complies with a specially written impact test specification.  For example, we have all seen the television adverts where the crash test dummies in a car are put through rigorous impact testing. 

lilac Thudguard - pulling up on furniture 

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Size

This stretchy, comfortable design is suitable for the ages between 7 months to just over 2 years, depending on the size of the child's head, stretching from 40 to 50 centimetres or 16 to 20 inches in circumference. It is recommended to take a measurement of your child's head first to confirm the compatibility of the Thudguard sizing.

Weight

Thudguard is one of the lightest head guards in the world, weighing just less than 100 grams / 3.2 oz. This ultra lightweight design is extremely important for an infant's developing neck muscles.

Materials

Thudguard helps cushion the forehead, side and back of the head. It is made from ultra lightweight High Density Foam and medium weight, soft-spun poly / lycra. This makes it ideal for stretching and keeping the shape of the helmet allowing it to be very durable and easily kept clean.
On my personal behalf, I want to lend full support to this effort to prevent and mitigate head injury in babies and small children.

Herman Delooz MD PhD FCCM FFAEM (Hons)
Former President of the European Society for Emergency Medicine. Former Editor of the European Journal of Emergency Medicine.

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