This Yeti is not scary and big, but cool and small. Have you ever seen a more awesome looking sleigh? Let the passenger take a seat and pull a cord or push the glide from the back. The seat is very comfortable and the footpegs and arm rests ensure convenience and safety.
This is a glide for the little ones. It’s small and super convenient. With the crate on front, you will be able to bring something along. A huge pile of snowballs for example. If that’s the case, don’t forget to take cover from your small snow warrior.
What is so super about our Supersledge? Well, first of all it looks much much cooler than all the other sledges you have ever seen. But more importantly, it allows you and your child to have a fantastic glide down the snowy hills. Your child can put its hands onto the handles for convenience and to ensure safety.
The Blizzard is a stunning glide that is sure to give you maximum snow fun. This snow tricycle lets you glide down the hill in style. Grab the steer, put your feet on the footpegs and enjoy the exciting ride in the snow.
The Big Blizzard is the big brother of the Blizzard and this one means business. It’s a truly unique glide that lets you carry all sorts of cargo due to the crate on the back. Hop on and conquer the snow!
The Icebreaker is our version of a snow chopper. This one is so cool, a lot of kids will be jealous once they see Icebreaker going downhill with grace. Jump on and go wherever you like on the slope. It’s really that easy.
Use your bodyweight to turn! It’s time for some snow drifting. Great for slaloms down the hills. Sharp corners are no sweat for the Snow Drifter. Why not invite your friends and organize a competition? Let the games begin…
Sometime between 1920 and 1930 a family in Switzerland constructed the first rudimentary Skibock. It was used by children to go to school faster. Now it’s looking to become the new hot thing for the winter holiday!
So what is it? A Skibock is a combination of a ski with a sledge. It is real fun and safe because you are low to the ground. You steer with your hand, feet and weight and you brake with your feet. It is super easy to learn, you already get the hang of it after two or three times sliding of the slopes. Skibock is also very portable and light, so you can easily bring it along.