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More Weight for Older Children, Teens and Adults
Need extra weight? These removable weights fit the interior pockets of all our vests. Our weighted vests offer steady proprioceptive input, helping children focus at school and calm in stressful, sensory overloaded situations.
- Provides proprioceptive feedback to help focus and self-regulate
- Supports kids and adults with ADHD, sensory integration disorder or autism
- Made by Fun and Function
Getting StartedWeights are safely positioned in pockets inside the vest and can be added or removed. Learn about the calming benefits of weights and compression.Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Use weighted products with guidance from a therapist. Use with adult supervision.
- 4"L x 3"W
- Choose from five 1/2 lb. weights or four 1/4 lb. weights
- Weights made out of steel pellets
- Fabric covering may vary
- Surface wash. Air dry.
- Please note: Weights should be carefully and gradually adjusted for each person's needs. (5% of total body weight is a common standard. The total should never exceed 10-15% of total body weight.)
Set of 5 1/2 lb. weightsGreat construction, professionally made. Thanks!Read MoreWeightsGreat quality and fitRead MoreWeighted downOrdered this set of five 1/2 lb weights to make a weighted vest for grandson with Autism. Prompt delivery and good product. Thank you!!Read MoreWeights for Compression VestThe extra weights to add to the vest are easy to put in and take out and like the idea of only adding what is neededRead MoreI like it so muchI love it ,I recommend this to children who have autism :)Read More
Answered QuestionsCan you tell me what is used inside the weight, is it sand, beads or some other material?
MyriamPriscilla Velasquez / Jun 22, 2016We have a blue size chart link in the middle of the product page for each of our vests. The size chart can help you measure to know what size would fit best. For the Denim Weighted Vest, see this chart https://funandfunction.com/size-charts/weighted-denim-vestAdina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Jun 23, 2016