We’ve already delivered thousands of Snowfeet pairs to our customers
around the world, and the positive feedback has been overwhelming!
Use them for downhill on the slopes. These “boot skis” are best on groomed snow. Not all ski resorts allow Snowfeet on their slopes, but most of them do.
Imagine Red Bull’s Crashed Ice on snow. Experience snow parks in a new way with all kinds of jumps and tricks.
Take these short mini skis on a hike and slide down the narrow hiking trails and forest paths like never before.
Take these snowskates to the backyard hill and enjoy bobsledding along with the kids.
*You could also try Snowfeet on Cross-country trails. It’s like ice-skating on snow.
Just attach Snowfeet to any winter shoes or snowboard boots with bindings.
We recommend waterproof shoes that fix your ankle firmly.
One size fits all
We recommend Snowfeet for shoes of size 6-13 / 38-47 EU
Of course, Snowfeet are not perfect and we’re not afraid to admit that
because most of our customers are super delighted with their purchase
and their great feedback is the evidence.
This gives us the confidence to share with you a few disadvantages of Snowfeet.
Do all ski resorts allow the use of Snowfeet on their slopes?
Snowfeet are a new winter sport and you might come across people who
are sceptical of them. That might also happen in a ski resort. However,
the base of Snowfeet is made of the exact same metal ski edges as all the other skis.
Our experience is that if you act as if you were skiing with your traditional skis,
no one will bother you. And if that happens anyway, argue that Snowfeet are safe
and contain metal ski edges, which is the most common requirement of ski resorts.
Most importantly don’t forget to stay positive and friendly, which helps the most.
Is it hard to learn?
Learning to use Snowfeet is as hard as learning to ski. So it takes some time
and you will definitely fall now and then, but that’s part of the fun.
Don’t forget that learning is always effortless if you enjoy the process.
Can I use them in powder?
You can use Snowfeet on snow that is not deeper than +/- 20 cm.
Snowfeet are best on ski slopes, snow parks, forest paths and off the slopes too,
just not in deep powder. Of course, Snowfeet are best on a groomed snow.
Can I use them on very steep slopes?
Because of their size and weight, it might not be as easy to stop and turn
with Snowfeet as it is with regular skis. However, it’s not really difficult either.
You can stop the same way that you stop with skis or skates. It’s also called a hockey stop.
Additionally, you can also slow down with a heel brake, like with inline skates.
To help you stay safe, we don’t recommend using Snowfeet on extremely steep slopes.
Chinese counterfeits of Snowfeet are being sold on the internet
by a group of criminals. Some of them only take your money and don’t deliver
the product. Buying counterfeits is dangerous and illegal.
The material is very low-quality and the metal edges do not work.
We’re doing everything we can to make these criminals stop the illegal activity.
Please help us by reporting the counterfeits sellers on Amazon, eBay, Alibaba,
Aliexpress and other platforms. We are still too small to defend ourselves alone.
We highly appreciate your help!
So many people are excited about this new winter sport, it is going to take the world by storm.
Some even assume it will be the next Olympic sport
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Snowfeet is going to be all around Marquette and the rest of the beautiful state of Michigan before we know it!! Can’t wait to share this product with friends and family so they also can experience the thrill.
They are really cool and fun to use, and they are a HUGE attention grabber (I was stopped more than 20 times by different people asking me what the hell was I using and how they worked and telling me how cool they were) but there were a couple of (minor) problems I think they can address for this product to be really great:
1) Contrary to what they advertise, you CAN’T use them over regular boots. I tried using them over my snow boots and after going downhill two times my feet were hurting BIIIIG TIME, to the point that I had to go and rent some snowboard boots to keep skiing (snowfeet-ing?) because it would’ve been impossible for me to go downhill a third time because of the pain (you need the snowboard boots to keep your feet stiff and keep them from twisting because of your own weight)
2) After using them all day, ALL of my legs’ muscles were hurting like crazy. I don’t know if it was just because I generally don’t exercise or because of the extra work you need to make that isn’t needed with regular skis (I was with a couple of guys who also doesn’t exercise and they weren’t hurting as much as I did)
3) the first day I tried them, the snow was very fluffy (it snowed the day before) and since the rocker (the curved tip on the front) on the snowfeet isn’t very big, when I was going downhill I would sometimes get stuck and fall when I hit patches where the snow were taller than the snowfeet. That didn’t happen to the people wearing skis or a snowboard (both of which have a bigger rocker). I noticed a HUGE difference the second day using them, when the snow was more compacted.
Aside from that, I’m very happy with my purchase and will definitely use them again.