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Being made in Europe, Snowfeet are made of a highly durable fiberglass reinforced material.
What if ski resorts are closed during winter of 2021/22?
Take Snowfeet on a hike and slide down the narrow hiking trails and forest paths. This is our favourite way to use them. Have fun on your local sledding hill or enjoy bobsledding along with your kids on your backyard hill. You could also try Snowfeet on groomed Cross-country trails.
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!
Let me first start off by saying that I am writing this review from someone that comes from purely riding a snowboard and nothing else for about 7-8 years now. I have tried skiing once and did not enjoy it that much and haven't tried since. With this being said, I absolutely loved riding these. They were a little interesting to get used to at first, but within about an hour or so I was carving around and getting a little bit of air. The video that I posted was of me on them after only one time down the bunny hill. The key to using these are to keep your weight overtop of if not slightly behind your ankle. Along with this is the technique of skating around flat areas. I found that keeping one ski pointed straight ahead of me and turning the other one ninety degrees and pushing off of it from behind me was the best way to skate around. From the first lift I took up until the last, I constantly got people telling me how cool these skis were and some of them even asking where they could find a pair of their own at. I was a little hesitant at first on whether I should purchase these since they come in at about 170 USD and they appear to be made from just plastic on the base. However, let me be the first to tell you that these things feel like they are built like a tank. The plastic appears to be a glass reinforce plastic of sorts that is extremely durable and doesn't flex one bit. The straps also are higher quality than some straps I have seen on most beginner snowboards. These things are well worth the money so if you are on the fence about whether or not to buy them I would definitely say you should just go for it and you won't regret it. This is something that I never thought I would say coming from only snowboarding all of my life, but these short skis put a smile on your face and everyone else's face when they see you glide past. To wax them I purchased a bottle of snowfeet's liquid wax that I quickly applied right before I drove to the slopes. One thing I will say is that they seemed to go a little slower than most of the other skiers or snowboarders, however this could have been due to the sprayers being on at the slopes I went to or to the fact that I had only waxed the base once and needed to wax them a couple of times before using them for the first time. One other small thing I have to mention is how narrow the gap is to fit your boot in at one of the spots. I have DC Scout 2020 US men's size 12 snowboard boots and they barely fit into these skis width wise. I had to sort of wedge the bottom of my boot into the ski in order to get them to fit, so this is something to watch out for if you think your boot might be a little wider. In case you were wondering I even measured the space, the narrowest part of the ski is about 94-95 mm wide and this happens about 92 mm forward from the back of the back of the boot cup. When compared to my boot it is about 98-99 mm wide at 92 mm up from the back of the heel. The sole on my boots are slightly softer so they can compress a bit to fit into the ski, but it is something to watch out for if you plan on using current snowboard boots that you have with these skis. One extra bit of information if you are still reading is that my friend that skis tried these out with simply his ski boots on and they worked perfectly with about a size 10-11 US men's ski boot. This really surprised both him and I and I believe that he is now looking at a pair of these exact skis since he knows he can just use the ski boots he already has with these skis as well.
As someone who has never skied and with little skating experience, within 1 day I was able to comfortably ride my snowfeet! I am very impressed with the quality of this product too, the bindings are very high quality, and the skis themselves are very tough and durable, especially with the metal edge. I am planning to get some more practice around my area before taking them to the slopes, although it should be a blast anyways! I purchased the red colour snowfeet model, which in my opinion were the best looking pair. One thing I would recommend though is to purchase the wax if you do decide to get a pair of snowfeet, on my first run I found the snow sticking to the base a lot and I would have to stop to scrape the snow off every once in a while. But with wax, they ride like a dream. Thank you snowfeet!!
I want to be super truthful and honestly say that snow feet are the best winter sport investment. I honestly am not so good at winter sports, didnt manage to go down a hill with skis and it took me pretty long to get the hang of snowboards. But snow feet on my first day at the hill I already felt great! I was able to go down hills and pretty fast aswell. Of course you do fall once in a while but it is super easy to get back up. And one of my favorite things is how easy it is to transport snow feet, walk on the snow with it etc. For example once you are at the top or bottom of the hill you have to remove put on or remove your snowboard and after a few rides it gets pretty tiring having to clip them back on. And with skis it is tiring walking with them or even standing up if you fall. Snow feet are so simple to do these things it’s a no brainer for people who want something more convenient to use. I can’t wait to use my snowfeet all season and definitely wont be going back to snowboards or skis! Ps This is my real review.
So happy I finally got to try my new Snowfeet today! I’m 64 years old, have some arthritis, osteoporosis (yeah, I’m working on that now!😂), and a bad knee - but what the heck!!! We moved to Red Lodge, MT after retiring, and I’m going to live life to the fullest! It snowed, the snowplow got out and packed down the snow on our street, so out I went! I used poles to help with my balance and only fell once! There will be a learning curve, but I loved it!! So much fun to be outside and using my Snowfeet! I probably won’t be using them on the ski slopes, but that’s ok. I will be out there with my Snowfeet on groomed trails and having the best time! I also bought the wax and the stone to keep my experience the best!
I find the moves to be very familiar with those with roller blading several years ago- which I also loved! Being older should not stop you from buying Snowfeet! After all, the 60’s are the new 40’s!! 👍