Snow Skates – Short Mini Skis
- Snow-skates | Your ultimate companion to the most hyped winter sport ever.
- Snow-skating is the next REVOLUTION in winter sport. It’s like skating on snow.
- You can attach it to any winter shoes or snowboard boots. If you love snowboarding of skiing, then this is your call for the next greatest thing. No more hassles with bringing huge snowboards or ski equipments everywhere you go. Just one bag that you can fold up and put in your pocket and start snow-skating without worries. No additional equipment needed.
- Snow-skates are made of highly durable and lightweight fiberglass reinforced material.
Metal ski edges enable easy stopping. Heel brake lets you slow down.
Adjustable bindings let you attach Snow-skate to any shoe.
Material: Nylon + Stainless steel
Size: One size fits all adult
Length & Width: The widest point- 13.2 cm, Total length- 38.5 cm
Net Weight of One Pair: 1.4 kg
Product Includes: 1 Pair of Snow-skates & a bag
–Adjustable bindings let you easily attach to any shoes or winter boots–
–One size fits all–
–A combination of skis and skates that takes the thrill of skating to a whole different level–
–You can use them for downhill on and off the slopes, in snow parks, through forest trails and even for cross country skiing–
Is it hard to learn?
Learning to use Snow-skates 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 Snow-skates on snow that is not deeper than +/- 20 cm.
Snow-skates are best on ski slopes, snow parks, forest paths and off the slopes too,
just not in deep powder. Of course, Snow-skates 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 Snow-skates 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 Snow-skates on extremely steep slopes.