Circus Stilts

Actoy Yellow Stilts
yellow stilts a smaller size for children
Walking Stilts
Medium sized stilts.
actoy orange stilts
Actoy Green Stilt
ACTOY-stilts Green. For young schoolchildren, age 6 - 8. Walking height 35cm.
kids on stilts
Actoy Stilt Tilting Footbed
Shows tilting foot bed for Actoy stilt.
Actoy Yellow Stilts
Walking Stilts
Actoy Green Stilt
Actoy Stilt Tilting Footbed

Catalog Number:STILTS

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Stilt Extentions

 

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Description

Actoy stilts are great product for circus skills teaching programs. They come in 4 sizes so that you can fit any size child or adult. The stilts have a unique design that allows the foot bed to pivot so you can use a normal walking stride with your toe and heel moving up and down as you walk. This makes the stilts very easy to use and learn. They are great for after school sports and other children recreational programs. The green and yellow stilts are lighter duty, than the orange and red stilts. Stilt extentions come with the fiberglass pole and a rubber foot, they are 49cm long. To fit the stilts meaure ( with shoes on) from the ground to below the knee cap, this is where the middle of the knee strap should go, (or up to 2 inches lower).

stilt height from bottom of foot to ground

red and orange without extension 14.75 inch

red and orange with extension 26 inch

green and yellow without extension 14.25 inch

green and yellow with extension 25 inch

 

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Green Stilts for children age 5-13 maximum weight 110 pounds

4.8 lb total weight

foot bed size 8.5 inch X 3.5 inch

11 inch from the top of the foot bed to the middle of the knee strap

26 inches total length of silts from the rubber foot to the knee strap

 

 Yellow Stilts for children age 8-14 maximum weight 110 pounds

5.09lb total weight

foot bed size 9.75 inch X 3.5 inch

13.25 inch from the top of the foot bed to the middle of the knee strap

29 inches total length of silts from the rubber foot to the knee strap

 

Orange Stilts for stout kids and young adults maximum weight 180 pounds

6.45 lb total weight

foot bed size 11 inch X 4 inch

13.25 inch from the top of the foot bed to the middle of the knee strap

29.5 inches total length of silts from the rubber foot to the knee strap

 

Red Stilts for tall/big children or adults maximum body weight 180 pounds.

6.77 lb total weight

foot bed size 11 inch X 4 inch

15 inch from the top of the foot bed to the middle of the knee strap

31.5 inches total length of silts from the rubber foot to the knee strap

Safety Information

Stilts
Instructions and Precautions
This product is intended for children with adult supervision by a
parent or circus arts professional. All persons involved are expected
to be aware of the dangers inherent to the use of this
product. Make sure that all of the users of this product read and
understand the instructions listed below
WARNING
Stilts can be dangerous and, if used improperly or without
adequate safety precautions, may result in injury. Review the
following safety tips and use them. Treat
stilts
with the same caution as you would using a unicycle, rola-bola or walking globe

1. Spotters

Beginners should always practice with a spotter who is a person to catch
you if you should start to fall. This person also helps you
stand up A spotter also walks along side of you.
2. Soft Surfaces

When you start to learn the stilts is should be done on a
tumbling mat or thick, padded carpet. Be carful learning on a
cement, wood, or linoleum floor as these surfaces csn be slippery
and hard ( if you fall - OUCH!). Soft grass is good to learn on if it is is not to soft and the stilts sink into the lawn
3. Footwear

One should always have appropriate, nonslip shoes when using sitls
globe. Gym, tennis or basket ball shoes are good. Wrist guards and knee pads used
in roller skating, offering wrist support, and helmets are
highly recommended.

4. Falls


If you start to fall down, sit down in the stilts so you have less distance to fall.

5. Don�t be overconfident

Stilts may seem like it is a easy prop to master. Beginners may
think they have mastered sitlts when they really have
not. Be sure not to be overconfident when learning the skills
Make safety a priority