Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS - Bamboo (For ages 18 to 48 months)
Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS - Bamboo (For ages 18 to 48 months)
Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS - Bamboo (For ages 18 to 48 months)
Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS - Bamboo (For ages 18 to 48 months)
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Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS - Bamboo (For ages 18 to 48 months)

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The Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS is a larger version of the popular Tiny Tot, our 2-in-1 bike that easily converts from a tricycle to a 2-wheel balance bike.

Designed for ages 18 months to 4 years, Kinderfeets Tiny Tot PLUS can help tots start young with a tricycle and transition to a Kinderfeets Classic size balance. Seat height: 10” to 13”
(25 to 34 cm)

Handmade with wood from fast-growing birch trees or bamboo—a replenishable resource, AND we plant trees with Trees for the Future!

Suitable for children age 18 months and up Weight limit 55 lbs. (25 kg).

* Crate sold separately

Why Bamboo? 
There are many benefits to using bamboo that we took into account. Bamboo is stronger than steel and heartier than most hardwood, making it a versatile and valuable building material. That means a high-quality, high-durability bicycle.

Bamboo is also eco-friendly in many ways. It produces more oxygen and absorbs more carbon dioxide than trees. While hard wood takes 30-50 years to mature, bamboo takes between 3-5 years and requires no pesticides or chemicals to encourage the maturation process.

Bamboo is grown in developing countries, so we are proud to support a sustainable way of living for many impoverished populations. Our commitment to Mother Nature is at our forefront, and using bamboo is just one way of giving back.