LUSTIGT Tag game with vest and balls


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Challenge your family and friends to a match! With this game you run and chase each other while trying to hit the vests with balls. The one to first stick all of their balls to the opponent's vest wins.

Article Number203.870.34

Product details

Can be played both indoors and outdoors since the balls are soft.

Being physically active helps your child develop their motor skills and coordination, while forming a healthy habit for life.


Henrik Preutz

Article Number203.870.34
  • For 2 players.

    Includes: 2 vests, 10 balls with touch-and-close fastening, 2 hand shields and 1 storage net.

  • Material
    100 %polyester
    Polyester fiber fill

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dry clean.

  • WARNING: Not suitable for children under 3 years of age due to long cord strangulation hazard.Recommended for children 6 years and older.


Max. circumference chest: 47 ¼ "

Max. circumference neck: 23 ½ "

  • LUSTIGTArticle Number203.870.34

    Width: 9 ¾ "

    Height: 3 "

    Length: 13 "

    Weight: 1 lb 0 oz

    Package(s): 1


Safe and fun for all agesKayMy family members age from 2 to 70 years old. We made up our own game rule to include everyone and had so much fun with it.5
Keep your Kids OccupiedJacquelineThis activity accommodates physical movement and coordination as kids target each other with velcro balls. It's a win-win for the backyard!!5
LovejoelleWe play with this all the time with our grandson!5
my son loves themROSANNAmy son loves them5
This was a lot ofTHERESAThis was a lot of fun.4
My children enjoys it.AbbyMy children enjoys it.5
low-tech lazer tag?MelindaThe kids (7 and 10) had a lot of fun with this.5
Family funJENNIFERThis is such a cool toy! Balls are soft and this can be played indoors and outdoors! I wish they had an adult size available as well!5
Perfect for active playGlendaWhile I bought this for my nephews to use outdoors, the balls were soft even that when it rained they were able to play indoors without breaking anything. They were a bit young to be able to hit each other but got great enjoyment out of playing easier catch with me.5
Great gameSanchezfamFun to play but I wish the vests bigger or came in adults size.4
Great Outdoor Fun for kidsStrongMamasimple and game can last a long time with various iterations (e.g. with 3 or more kids some get paddles, some get vest). Kids are so creative and we all need more fresh air and active bodies5
Fun!JdW89This was a gift for my 3 and 5 year old grandkids. They love it. They make up their own rules, but it keeps them busy and active.5
wmmmI bought for a gift that I have not delivered. I think they will get much enjoyment from this.4
Janika5This was a Gift for grand kids5
Gets them moving!JoanRSBought several of these for my daycare kids. They love them! Pure fun and lots of exercise. Happy kids!5
Cute gameBoymom29Great for toddlers and ramps up the Velcro catch game, turning it into low tech laser tag5
Foodie funThe grandchildren loved it. They spent hours playing inside with it. It was great because they couldn’t hurt each other or things in the house. It is great for times when they can’t play outdoor because it’s to hot or cold outside.5
Great gamedomer79This game is fun and easy for small kids to play indoors or outside. It is easy to store and keep all of the pieces together5
Fun for KidsAuntie CBought this as a birthday present for a boy who loved being able allowed to throw balls at someone, lol. I would suggest buying 2 or 3 sets because it's more fun in a group than just two!4
Great funTiger527It was a hit at the birthday party5
LUSTIGT Tag game with vest and balls

More play in life

With the LUSTIGT collection, we want to inspire more play and fun in life for all ages. There are various games and toys that make it a little easier for both children and adults to find time for play and togetherness in everyday life ─ regardless if it involves concentrating on a puzzle or a high-tempo game throwing touch and close fastening balls at each other. Children from across the world of all ages helped us ─ the real experts when it comes to play and fun.

Can you also remember those magical playtime moments when you were a child, when it felt like time and space just passed by without notice? Maybe you dived into a world of accelerating toy cars or kicked a ball around with friends until the sun went down? Play unites children across the world, and perhaps it’s needed now more than ever, says Amanda Lundqvist, who works at Children's IKEA. "In a time when both children and adults live a rather stressful existence, play involves undemanding moments when nobody needs to prove anything", says Amanda. "That's why we want to encourage more play in life." That was the background of how LUSTIGT came about, a wide-ranging play collection with something for all interests and ways of playing. The collection has puzzles, a weaving loom, a jump rope with LED lights, boules with soft balls and a lot more to play with at home ─ even if space is limited.

Everyday life becomes a game

There are eight designers in total who worked with LUSTIGT. One of them is Henrik Preutz, who focused on the more physical play and had some great help from his 7 year-old daughter to test his ideas for different games. "Just like all children, she has a lot of imagination and likes to make up her own rules", Henrik says laughing. "That's why I developed the boules game, dart game and other games in a way that allows you to play with them without having to stick to any predetermined rules." Henrik gets a lot of inspiration from his own everyday life with children, and wants to encourage more laughing and playing around at home. The touch and close game with balls is a good example. This game is all about putting on the touch and close fastening vest and quickly dodging the soft balls that your opponent is trying to hit you with. "It's great when you feel your heart pumping and forgetting one's busy everyday life for a moment", says Henrik.

From the perspective of children

At Children's IKEA, no products come by chance ─ we use the help of experts and the latest in research to understand children's development and needs. But we also listen to children themselves. Both children in our vicinity, like Henrik's daughter, and children from different cultures and places across the world. For LUSTIGT we had the help of children and groups in Helsinki and Shanghai who played with all the parts and then gave us honest and important feedback about them. But even if the children's perspective has been the most important factor in our work with LUSTIGT, we hope that the collection also attracts mothers, fathers and other adults to join in on the fun. "Research shows that both children and adults want to spend more time together", says Amanda. "If you can just find those little moments for play in a simple way, then I'm convinced that it makes everyday life so much better."

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What is polyester?

Polyester is a durable, quick-drying and insulating material that is optimal to use for textiles and as filling in pillows, quilts and furniture. The material is made from crude oil – a limited resource. Since IKEA doesn’t want to contribute to more virgin oil being used, we are now gradually switching to recycled and traceable polyester from sources like PET bottles. What’s nice is that polyester can be recycled over and over, without changing or losing its great qualities.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"I get a lot of inspiration from my own children and want to encourage more movement, laughter and play with the games in the LUSTIGT series. The Tag game is a good example. Here you can run and chase each other while you try to hit each other’s vest with the balls. And since children like to make up their own rules, I developed the games so they can be played as you like. Who knows, maybe the basket hoop can get both dirty laundry and toys to disappear in no time?"

Designer Henrik Preutz (Sweden)