Tobar’s wooden bow and arrow back by popular demand

Published on: 30th June 2014

With The Hunger Games putting the bow and arrow very much in vogue, Tobar has brought back its classic wooden set along with some other bestsellers.swordshield300

The company’s bestselling traditional wooden bow and arrow set contains three arrows with suckered ends for safety and is suitable for children aged three years plus. Inside the packaging is a target which can be hung or propped up against a wall for practice sessions.

For children who love heroes such as Mike the Knight, the classic wooden playset which includes a sword and shield comes in a choice of two colours – black or red – and each comes with a heraldic crest on the shield for added realism.

Soft play fun for younger children is easy with the foam sword and shield. It comes with an easy to grip sword hilt and soft foam blade which is almost half a metre in length. Suitable for children aged five years plus, the set is available in blue or red.

Classic toys like the rubber band gun are bestsellers all year round. Tobar’s gift also includes a target range and is suitable for children aged six years and above.

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