I received a Ski Skooter in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.My kiddos love the outdoors, and in the winter, they’ll be at the top of the hill with their Ski Skooter, calling the neighborhood children to join them in the rush they call “sledding.”
There are thrills for sure on the Ski Skooter.
No wheels, so it leaves the traditional roads and sidewalks and takes the adventure of snowy hills and grassy slopes. It is a snowboard. And it is a scooter, and my kiddos can’t get enough of it!
My kiddos love tucking their legs in a garbage bag and sliding down the hill in front of our house, but when I introduced them to Ski Skooter, they put the garbage bags stayed in the house. One foot is all you need to push across flat surfaces.
The Geospace Ski Skooter is like a snowboard with handles or a scooter without wheels. The handle allows for easy steering capability and gives additional balance. The handle folds down for easy storage, and it works great for carrying the Ski Skooter back up the hill.
The glider part features a non-skid surface, so feet don’t slip and slide off the board.
Our neighborhood has a variety of children, and the Ski Skooter works best for children ages five years to 13 years though it will accommodate an adult (up to 220 pounds).
When we moved to the foothills of Virginia, we were told: “it doesn’t snow here.” Which, had that been true, still would make the Geospace Ski Skooter a keeper as it slides on grass and even carpet.
Winter time doesn’t have to be an inside season. With the Ski Skooter, my children can’t wait to bundle up and head out and hit the slopes at the first flurry. Then, when summer comes, the grassy slopes are still a sledding paradise with the Geospace Ski Skooter.