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37 Inch Trampoline Foam Sleeves for 1" Diameter Pole | Replacement Sponge Padding for Trampoline Poles & Maximum Safety | Set of 16 - Blue

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Features
  • Type of accessory
    Protection foam, Safety net
  • productRef
    ME15038687
  • manufacturerSKU
    UBFS37-1D-B-S16
Description

POLE FOAM SLEEVES - Protect your kids from getting hurt in case they bump into trampoline poles while jumping.

REPLACEMENT FOAM POLE COVERS - These protective foam sleeves add colour & design to your trampoline & garden!

WATERPROOF & UV PROTECTED - 2 x foam sleeves are required to fully cover each pole. They can also be easily trimmed to fit shorter poles.

FITS 1" (25.4mm) DIAMETER POLES - For any trampoline brand, model and size. Set of 16. Length: 37" (93.9cm). Foam thickness: 10mm. Colour: Blue.

WARRANTY CLAIM - It is our ultimate goal to serve many happy customers. We offer a 90 day warranty from the date of purchase.

Trampoline Foam Sleeves is a must to have to ensure your family's safety! 37" Foam sleeves fits for 1 inch pole diameter. High Quality Foam sleeves provide colour & design to your trampoline in addition to padding the Safety Net poles for added protection! An essential safety feature for any backyard trampoline. Don't jump without them!

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Latest reviews
Roger.S.619616b23ed43
26 December 2021
nothing to say
Sonia.A.60c24ed85e1a5
12 September 2021
Well packaged products
Stéphanie.P524
12 September 2021
Perfect, I hesitated to order but without regret! Indeed, they are packaged rolled and taped but no worries to unpack and put in place.
Olivier.F.60994d47bf1b2
30 May 2021
As described. I'm waiting to see if it stands the test of time.
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