Kids & Teens

Kids are unique – and they deserve unique technology designed especially for them. Created by engineers with plenty of kid intervention, these products were shaped by the lifestyles of today's kids and teens.


TiLite Pilot

TiLite Pilot

Watch your kid soar in the ultralightweight TiLite Pilot. The Pilot has built-in forward growth adjustment to grow with your child and maintain optimal rear wheel access. This gives kids the most efficient propulsion possible without needing to adjust or relearn their push mechanics. A clean frame design features a seat pan and side panels with easy access to the adjustment bolts, making changes simple and intuitive. The ultralightweight design and carbon fiber frame panels make the Pilot 50-percent lighter and a breeze for kids to navigate. Quick-release wheels and transit tie-downs mean that transporting the Pilot is also simple for Mom and Dad.

  • (800) 736-0925

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Diego Pediatric Seating

Diego Seating

This modular wheelchair seating system grows with children and was designed especially for pediatric users. The Diego features head positioning, a contoured back, fixed or swing-away laterals, and a contoured seat. CoolCore four-way-stretch covers on the seat and back wick away moisture and facilitate evaporation to keep kids more comfortable.

  • (800) 965-9229

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