Lucky Bums Snow Kid's Snow Racer Extreme Sled
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- Founded in 2004 by avid outdoor enthusiasts Jeff and Julie Streeter, Lucky Bums has everything kids need for open-air adventures. From camping chairs and sleeping bags to outdoor apparel and backpacks, this backcountry-inspired brand is committed to keeping your little explorer dry, warm and safe.
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|Item Dimensions||53 x 16 x 20 inches|
|Material Type||Metal, Plastic|
|Shipping Weight||27.3 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The plastic parts are flimsy and misshapen. Questioning if this would actually be safe for kids to ride. And it is set up in such a way that it would be hard for an adult to ride with a child. We had a wonderful "snow racer" that lasted for 25 years which an adult could ride with a smaller child or two larger kids could ride together. That's what you want.
The seat was a surprise. It is foam wrapped in a vinyl similar to a dirt bike and appears well made. The frame and brake mechanism are metal and well made with thick plastic skis. The plastics on the body are very thin and the way my son uses things, will get broken, but in reality have no impact on the use of the sled as they are just cosmetic.
It is very stable going down hill and seems to handle well. It is heavier than I was expecting. My only concern is the robustness of the front ski. Being made of plastic (which everything is these days) I fear it will get broken with rough use. Only time will tell. Overall it is what I was expecting. I am giving 4 stars, knocking 1 off for cheap body plastics and poor instructions which you are better off not using. Assembly took about 15 minutes. Took me longer to find the zip ties.
The front steering assembly is painted steel and fits so tight through the holes supporting it that the paint is scraped off just in the process of assembly. I can only imagine how long this will last once exposed to snow. It will rust very quickly.
I'm a former mechanic and it took me nearly 45 minutes to attach the front ski to the support stem.
The instruction diagram is incomplete and partially incorrect.
I can honestly suggest you pass this one by. It looks cool in the ad/photo, but it's about $5 worth of plastic and painted steel.
I'm glad I bought my son several gifts for the holidays this year as this one is sure to be a disappointment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came broken and missing parts. I wrote them as soon as I was putting together and got no response. Nothing like having your child Christmas gift be a junk and waste of money.Published 13 months ago by Jay Carr
Look up how to assemble on you tube. 2 minute video showing you how to put together. No words though. My son is having a blast! 5 stars for fun 1 star for instructions.Published 13 months ago by Derrick Cote