Inflatable snow sledges – Come on snow!

Back in December I was sent two inflatable Snow Boogies.

‘What were you sent?’ I hear you ask.

A Polar Bear Tube and a Penguin Tube for the girls to go sledging on!

They’re gorgeous and made by WHAM-O. They come in a small box but something is telling me once inflated and deflated I’ll never get them back in – you never can, can you?

The inflatable snow boogies are made of a strong, durable Cold-Resistant PVC vinyl and they certainly take snow sledging to a new more exciting level. With a sturdy grip handle on each side children can hold on tight as they go sliding on the snow, the seat is also slightly padded adding a little extra comfort to small bottoms, knees or even tummies I suppose.

As much as daddy would love to, I don’t think he’s going to get on it which is good news for the kids! He’ll just have to watch them and take photos this time round but if I know our daddy he’ll be on it too and having more fun than the girls.

The PVC is very strong but just in case each inflatable comes with two repair patches.

44 inches or 110cms of inflatable fun to get your children motivated to get outside and fill their lungs with some fresh air.

Tesco are selling them for £12.00 and I’ve also spotted them on Amazon too.

It does annoy me that we can’t rely on a good snowfall in South Britain every year, I mean look at last year’s snowfall, we got half a meter overnight and this year it’s 12C! I haven’t got our snow sledges out of their boxes yet due to lack of the white stuff but they’ve been homed very close to the back door READY and waiting for the first flake to appear.

2 Comments

  1. January 14, 2012 / 8:03 AM

    Pack them up and take them in March, there might still be snow in the mountains! :) xx

  2. Anonymous
    January 14, 2012 / 4:39 PM

    We’re waiting for snow too. I ordered Bud a sledge and we got him a snow suit too. After being virtually housebound by it when he was a baby last winter I was really looking forward to playing in the snow with him but, apart from a pathetic excuse for a snow shower in December we have had zero snow!

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