3.2 out of 5
Entry Level Toy Skis
October 27, 2011
These beginner skis are probably ideal for 2-3 year olds getting on the snow for the first time in their backyard. For the money the quality and construction is fairly decent. If you want your kid to get some familiarity with runners strapped to their feet and sliding on snow, then these skis fit the bill. But don't fool yourself- these skis are pretty much just a toy. If you plan for your child to get serious about skiing early, you can bypass these Lucky Bums and save the money for their first real skis and/or their first ski lesson.Pros: Ease of use, Cons: Low performance
Straps for boots are way too big
February 13, 2012
I can't remember the brand of beginner/play snow skis I had a few years ago, but having lost them we replaced with this pair for my younger daughter. The old set I had fit smaller feet much better due to the strap design. On this set, the toe strap is far enough forward that you could be in a real set of skis by the time your foot is that large. This set is probably good enough for those who don't live on a mountain resort, but for us it's a bit of a waste, as the straps don't fit my 1 year old daughter and by the time they do (probably around 2 years old)...she'll be in real skis. Nevertheless she loves simply playing with them and since I couldn't find the brand of the old set we had prior, I kept them instead of returning.Cons: size
January 25, 2011
Not a bad Toddler ski.. could be a bit better binding.. otherwise a cheap alternative to those expensive boots, ski pole packages sold to the masses in the mid winter.. I will wait for spring sales.. and buy up a size..Pros: Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Low performance
April 07, 2012
I got these for my 20 month old. He LOVED walking/skiing around outside in the snow. Something we have done multiple times this winter. SKI SKI SKI! He gets so excited. Just put on some boots (6T worked fine) and strap them on. We are excited to use them again next season.
Green and Pink.