- A combination of skis and skates.
- One size fits all. We recommend Snowfeet for shoes of size: 6-13 US / 38-47 EU.
- Fits into any bag: extremely light and small.
- Highly durable fiberglass reinforced material. Metal ski edges enable easy stopping. Heel brake lets you slow down.
- Use them for downhill on the slopes and hiking trails, in snow parks, or just have fun on your local sledding hill or in your backyard.
What about shoe size?
One size fits all, so don’t worry. However, we recommend Snowfeet for shoes of size: 6-13 US / 38-47 EU.
Adjustable bindings let you attach Snowfeet to any shoe. If you want to use Snowfeet with small size shoes, select a different hole on the strap and adjust the bindings using a screwdriver. If you use large snowboard boots, you can replace the original front toe straps with extra straps. For people with small shoe size, we generally recommend using snowboard boots to make sure Snowfeet fit perfectly, although it’s not necessary. To avoid hassle on the slopes, take your time and adjust the bindings at the comfort of your home, using a screwdriver and a shoe you are going to wear with Snowfeet.
What shoes should I use?
Use any winter shoes or snowboard boots. We recommend waterproof shoes that fix your ankle firmly.
Snowboard boots seem to be the best for ski slopes, but if you take Snowfeet on a hike or just to have fun on a ski slope or sledding hill, winter shoes are the most practical choice. For people with small shoe size, we generally recommend using snowboard boots to make sure Snowfeet fit perfectly, although it's not necessary.
Is it hard to learn?
Not really, it is actually pretty easy. It is as hard as learning to ski or skate.
In fact, many people find it easier. However it takes some time and you will definitely fall now and then, but that’s part of the fun. Have you ever seen people ice-skating for the first time? That’s what I’m talking about. You have to keep the front-back balance, so it feels very natural to those who play ice hockey, ice skate, or even use inline skates. You are able to move freely as opposed to wearing heavy clunky skis. Falling is generally much safer than falling with skis or snowboard. Most importantly don't forget that learning is effortless if you enjoy the ride.
How do you stop?
You can stop the same way that you stop with your skis or skates. This is also called a hockey stop.
Because of their size and weight, it might not be as easy to stop with Snowfeet as it is with regular skis. However, it's not really difficult either. Make sure you distribute your weight evenly over both of your Snowfeet to make you stop easier and slower. Additionally, you can also slow down using a heel brake.
Where to use?
Use them for downhill on ski slopes, in snowparks, on hiking trails, or just have fun on your local sledding hill.
Snowfeet are best on groomed snow. Avoid extremely steep slopes and deep powder. Because Snowfeet are so small, they let you access areas like narrow hiking trails, that you wouldn’t be able to access whilst wearing skis. And because they fit into a backpack, you can take them pretty much anywhere.