Barbie Doll 165 with Wheelchair Blonde

24.99

4 in stock

  • Barbie doll comes with a wheelchair that has rolling wheels and a working brake, plus a ramp that works with the Barbie Dreamhouse (sold separately)
  • The doll also features 22 ‘joints’ – in the neck, upper arms, elbows, wrists, torso, hips, upper legs, knees and ankles — to play out all kinds of motion in and out of the wheelchair
  • She wears a matching top and shorts with green tropical print, orange sneakers and a lemon-inspired fanny pack
  • Her long blonde hair is styled in loose waves for a trendy look
  • Makes a great gift for kids 3 years and older – they can play with style, play out stories and discover Barbie!
  • Age Suitability: 3 Years +

Description

Introducing Barbie Doll 165 Wheelchair.

Check out this super cute Barbie doll in her cool Wheelchair! Barbie and Ken Fashionistas celebrate diversity with fashion dolls that encourage real-world storytelling and open-ended dreams! With a wide variety of skin tones, eye colours, hair colours and textures, body types and fashions, the dolls are designed to reflect the world kids see today. Barbie doll inspires new play possibilities with a manual wheelchair and ramp so she can easily get in and out of the Barbie Dreamhouse (sold separately, subject to availability).

Kids can collect them for infinite ways to play out stories, express their own style and discover that fashion is fun for everyone! Includes doll wearing fashions and accessories. Each sold separately, subject to availability. Barbie dolls cannot stand alone. Flat shoes fit dolls with articulated ankles or flat feet. Colours and decorations may vary. This Barbie Doll 165 Wheelchair is a must for any fan!

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The Barbie doll is one of the most iconic toys in history, but there’s so much more to her than a pretty face. From the very beginning, Barbie served as an inspiration to young girls. They could be whoever they want to be. Her true purpose was to encourage girls to imagine what they can be when they grow up while they play.
One of the ways Barbie influenced girls was by trying many careers. Teenage fashion model, Fashion editor, Fashion designer, Flight attendant, Registered nurse, Computer engineer, Robotics engineer, Video game developer, Mars Explorer…. She was also the first doll on the moon!