Every child loves to dress up. But now dressing up takes a whole new level when your child can become a character they want to be. As a mom who loves to be a part of creating new games and having fun imagining you will not be disappointed with what Sun Tail provides for your children. Sun Tails has not only designed mermaid tails and monofins to make girls imagine they are swimming in the ocean but gets the boys just as involved too.
Sun Tail Mermaid’s monofins are extremely comfortable and virtually unbreakable. Their patented monofin is several steps ahead of everyone else in engineering, durability, comfort, and functionality. The propulsion and control are exceptional. The monofins come in a wide range of beautiful colors, so you can match your mermaid tails or look amazing wearing it alone.
Kids love sharks! Mine goes crazy being on top of the fishy food chain as with his very own Shark Fin. We go crazy in the water now that he can become his very own shark and he can chase his sister as they play water games swimming. If your child is looking to swim faster, you can look into getting them their very own monofin swim flapper. The mermaid tales are made with the same materials used in your very own swimsuits. Your child will be extremely comfortable while swimming and they are made to fit to size. Living only down the road from the beach makes my kids super excited that they can play like they are a creature of the sea.
The holidays are rapidly approaching why not surprise them with their very own. They won’t be disappointed, and the prices start as low as $79 for a Mermaid Tale bundle and $34.95 for a Shark Fin. Not bad for a gift for the holiday or birthday celebration of a gift they can use year after year! This unique look of becoming a mermaid or a shark will have your kids seeking to take fantastic adventures of where their mind will take them!
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Make your own crazy Mermaid and Shark adventures. Tell me how your kids would use their own and leave a comment!