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ãThoughtful DesignãThis ultra-lightweight cheer pom poms uses a ring design. The ring is smooth and won't hurt your fingers. Compared with other hand-held types, the ring is less likely to fall, and it can better show the beauty of the integration of the team and the cheerleader!
ãAttracting and InspiringãPompoms cheerleader is made of metal foil ribbon, which is light and convenient, with bright colors. The cheerleaders held it, as if colorful flowers were blooming on the field, and expressed their most sincere blessings to the athletes!
ãPremium MaterialãThese cheerleading poms are made of high quality soft material, with a white hard plastic ring, cheering pompoms convenient for kids girls men women; They are durable and reusable with good quality.
ãSufficient QuantityãYou will receive 24 (12 pairs) cheerleading pompoms, enough for the entire cheerleading team. Bright colors of pompoms can better show the vitality and passion of youth, overflowing with the positive spirit of the team.
ãWide ApplicationãOur cheerleading pom poms are suitable for many sport activities, such as basketball, football, tennis, baseball and so on. Or any other activities need cheering, such as festival activities Halloween.
Want to make your team dynamic?
Want to give your team the best encouragement?
Our MYKASEN Cheerleading Pompoms will be your best choice. which is light and convenient, with bright colors. Not easy to fall off, finger-friendly ring convenience,durable and reusable. They are fit for all kinds of matches and team games to cheer up audiences and players.
Upgrade amp; Finger-friendly Ring - No More Scratches amp; Blisters
Smooth ring which can tolerate fingers makes it easier to be held by hands. More comfortable and convenient to hold. Donât warry about that long-term use may cause the finger to have blisters.
Bright amp; Fluffy-Shine on the Field
Our cheerleading pompoms are in bright metallic colors and have full ribbons, good gloss, fluffy enough, which will make youth cheers more dynamic and attractive.
Show The Team Spirit
We provide a variety of colors so that you can create a unique team appearance. Holding our colorful pull ball will help your cheerleader shine! It can instantly ignite the atmosphere and infect the audience.
Ribbons Length: approx. 9.4 inches/24cm
Ring Length: approx. 2 inches / 5cm
Quantity: 24Pcs x Premium Cheerleading PomPoms (12 Pairs)
Come on, Use our cheer pom poms to instantly ignite the atmosphere and infect the audience.
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