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New teal jumpsuits for Sixty60's youngest fans

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Young Checkers customers can now complete their Sixty60 “look” with branded teal jumpsuits to accompany the wildly popular ride-on motorbikes as children across South Africa continue to emulate their favourite delivery drivers. 

Manufactured locally in Isithebe, KwaZulu-Natal, and available just in time for the colder winter months, the new Sixty60 kids' jumpsuits come in the following sizes: 3-4 years, 5-6 years, 7-8 years and 8-9 years. 

 Young Checkers customers can now complete their Sixty60 “look” with branded teal jumpsuits to accompany the wildly popular ride-on motorbikes.

Checkers continues to expand its Sixty60 toy collection with products designed to inspire immersive playtime. The limited-edition miniature toy motorbikes were launched in July 2022, followed by the iconic ride-on motorbikes in August 2023, the replica Sixty60 helmets – complete with visors and chin straps – in January 2024, and most recently the branded jumpsuits. 

The kids’ jumpsuits (R99.99), miniature toy motorbike (R99.99) and replica helmets (R49.99) are for sale on the Sixty60 app and in selected Checkers supermarkets. 

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