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Flybar Foam Maverick Pogo Stick

Foam Maverick Pogo Stick

Overall Rating: 8.7/10

The Foam Maverick is similar to the Foam Master, except it is suited for younger children typically under the age of nine. Once again, as seen in the Foam Master, it has a covering of foam surrounding a metal frame to protect the user from the bruises and sores associated with a metal pogo stick. The Foam Maverick also has amazing durability, as seen in many of Flybar's models. It can last for two to three years easily, before the spring wears down. Also, the rubber tip problem found in the Foam Master is much less prominent, although there have been some cases of the rubber tip coming off.

Everything found in the Foam Maverick is designed for smaller and younger children. If you are over ten years old, and if you weigh over 100 pounds, this stick is not for you. Consider purchasing the Foam Master. However, if you meet these criteria, the Foam Maverick is perfect for you. Its light weight makes it easy for children to handle, and the wide rubber base assures that slipping is nearly impossible (remember, the tip could fall off, so be sure to check every once in a while). The Foam Maverick also has wide footpads and extra-grip handles, to decrease the chances of a crash for first-time users.

Keep in mind that the Foam Maverick is basically a Foam Master pogo stick designed for smaller children. It is great for children just beginning or with little experience. If you feel that your child might be too big for the Foam Maverick, check out the Foam Master. Both these sticks are durable, yet your children may grow out of the Foam Maverick fairly quickly. The Foam Maverick is definitely best-purchased for children beginning their pogo-stick journey.

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