Has it snowed yet for you this year?  I know when my kids were crawling or just starting to walk around I was scrambling to find the perfect sled that they were happy riding in. Let’s face it, the biggest challenge when taking our little ones to play in the snow is keeping them dry, warm and comfortable. With so many options on the market now, I wanted to highlight a few that I thought were worth the try.

I thought this was a great inflatable sled by Aqua Leisure, although you will need to add extra string so it’s easier to pull.

This is one of my favorite toddler sleds, the Eurosled.  Parents love it as it pushes like a stroller and the toddler feel like its on the ultimate sled ride.  It comes with a safety strap and handles for toddler to hold on, it’s perfect for the 1-3 year old.  It’s a bit pricey but will be the one sled that you can use from year to year.

This is my favorite sled for babies!  It takes your basic stroller model and adds sled tracks, it has all the extra’s and comfort as a stroller.  The sled is made from Snow Troller Cananda, the one pictured here is the deluxe version.  It has a reclining padded seat which allows your little one to take their afternoon nap while your older children to play in the snow. It makes a wintery walk effortless and will cost you about $115.




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About Tracy

Tracy Wild has over 15 years experience in the children’s industry from working behind the scenes at Ralph Lauren children’s wear and DKNY Kids. Before moving to North Carolina, Tracy helped manage the Connecticut Bellini showroom, doing buying and running their online boutique, the bean’s closet. She is also a mom to Julia and Max.
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