Go into battle with our fun and playful Pillowfight Warriors® Roman Praetorian Shield bringing out your inner Roman Warrior as you challenge your friends and family. Only the bravest and spirited of all can handle the play fight as your Roman Praetorian Shield collides with our super soft play Pillowfight Warriors® weapons.
Perfect for indoor or outdoor fun and designed with historical accuracy to take you back to the Roman Age. Let your imagination run wild as you march far and wide, invading your brother or sisters’ bedroom to raid and fill your hoard with treasures from far off lands. Play, explore and achieve victory with our super soft play Roman themed Pillowfight Warriors® Weapons and Shields.
- Size*: H45 x W31cm
- Weight*: 310g
- Sales Unit: 1 piece
- EAN: 0701575414468
- Tarif No: 9503008190
- Certification: EN71 | UKCA | ASTM-F963 | AUS/NZ 8124 | REACH | CPSIA
- Origin: China
- Material: Polyester
- Labelling: Hang tag
- Packaging: Individually in poly bag
- Recommended for 3+/ tested from birth
*weights and measures are approximate
What the Experts Think
These are the views of the independent Good Toy Guide experts on the play value of our cushions:
“These soft play Pillowfight Shields and Weapons take children back to the Roman Empire and are perfect for injury-free imaginative role-play battles!
The children really got into their role-play, taking cover in different parts of the room and using their shields for protection – this is great for developing their creativity and storytelling skills. The theme of the set also got the children asking lots of questions about Roman times which is a fantastic way to engage them in learning about different historical periods.
Made out of soft material, the shields and daggers are ideal for rigorous play fighting as nobody gets hurt if they get hit. This kind of active play is great for helping children burn off energy, getting them laughing and also for teaching them about boundaries and where they should and shouldn’t hit. Our testers had great fun and all of the family got involved, with even older, teenage siblings joining in.”