Ideal for kids that fall between the age bracket of 7 to 14 years old, the VOKUL S2 Pro Scooter is great for kids and teens who are just learning how to ride the scooter, as well as those who want to take their scooter riding skills to the next level.
Being lightweight and super easy to carry around, this scooter is perfect for simply riding on the streets and even performing tricks and stunts. Since this scooter was made specifically by keeping kids in mind, many precautions have been taken to make sure that the scooter is safe and sturdy to ride on. The triple clamp safety feature makes sure of that.
This is a scooter perfect for kids under the age bracket of 7 to 14. It gives them the freedom to express themselves and also learn how to fun tricks like the barspin and so on.
Your child can grow with this scooter. They will first start off by learning how to ride it and then later as they grow older and stronger, can use it for performing and practicing newer and cooler stunts, but while staying safe as well.
It has a very durable deck made up of heat treated aluminum plates and the handlebars are made up of high-grade steel with a triple clamp system for added safety.
With just three bolts to fix the entire scooter up, you can go from box to streets in just a few minutes.
100mm heat reinforced metal wheels with anti-slip grip for strength and safety.
It has grip tape on the deck as well as handles.
- Weight of scooter – 8.8 pounds
- Maximum weight – 140 pounds
- Dimensions – 19.5 inches x 23.8 inches x 3.9 inches
- Deck width – 3.9 inches
- The material of wheels – 100mm heat reinforced metal wheels with anti-slip grip
- The material of body – High-grade aluminum and steel
- Cost – $70.90
VOKUL S2 PRO Product Video -
I’m Brian who is the brain behind Future sport.
I have been a big enthusiast of outdoor sports and riding activities like biking, scooting, skateboarding, go-karting and many more and have been doing this for almost 10 years. I have owned a number of bikes and other sports gears over the years matching different trials I hit regularly.
When I started to get a lot of questions from friends and family about riding vehicles and gears, I decided I can help a big group through a blog something like Future sports. And as I discussed the idea with my friends who had similar interest few of them weighed in and that is how Future Sports became a reality.