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Lucky Bums Kid's Ski Trainer Harness

4.7 out of 5 stars 110 customer reviews
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  • CONTROL Helps kids form a wedge with their skis to turn, control speed and keep ski tips from spreading out
  • NO TOOLS NECESSARY- Attached to skis with Velcro so it's ready all season for easy on and off
  • CONFIDENCE BOOSTER- Provides extra safety reassurance on the slopes
  • BUCKLE SYSTEM- Unbuckles easily to accommodate walking, sliding and riding the chairlift
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Lucky Bums Ski Trainer Harness - Leashes attach to the Lucky Bums Ski Trainer harness for parents to gently guide kids to turn and control speed. Leashes clips off easily and fit in backpack for chairlift rides. The Grip 'n Guide handle on the harness makes lifting your young one onto a chairlift or lending a helping hand during a fall in the snow convenient. Plus there is room for snacks or accessories (hand warmers and dry gear) in the pack. . Model Year: 2014, Product ID: 95320, Model Number: 1010, GTIN: 0858567001004

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  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002UC2MQQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,806 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Love the handle for getting on the ski lift. Love the way the backpack wraps around the belly under the arms and over the shoulder. The clips attach in the front and at first I thought why. Well it allows you to effectively steer the child. A little extra tension on one side or the other and it will rotate them to change the direction. If it was on the back it would just slow them down. The reins can come off or stay on and bunched up and stored in the backpack. The handle was great if she fell. I could just grab it and pop her right back up. The rounded tube for the handle is a must for gloved hands. Never missed it when I reached to grab it. I would come into the lift at a fast speed, pull in the reins and ski up next to her. Grab the handle and ski right into the lift area without all the effort of trying to walk up with skis on. Remember neither of you will have poles to propel yourself on level ground. I got video of us skiing with the backpack, hopefully it helps you make a decision.
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Although I was initially skeptical of this item, as I have a true disdain for "leash-for-kids" products, I must highly praise this ski trainer. Last year, it got my 3 yr. old skiing on his own, intermediate slope capability, in about 3 weekends. We passed it down to his 18-month old sister, and were able take her on all the blues and greens for the rest of the season. This year, she is 2.5, and just started making her first solo, no-string turns in January. I highly recommend this product if you want a quick, cry/whine-free introduction to skiing. As a parent, the ski trainer allows me to bring my children wherever I wish on the mountain (no diamonds of course), offering freedoms that are sorely missed when you are confined to the bunny slope with a kid between your legs. Even with bulky mittens, the pack and strings are simple to attach and stow. Well done Lucky Bums.
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I used Lucky Bums to teach my son skiing. It consists of two parts. The first part is a harness with a handle, which is so sturdy that one can use it to lift a 5-6 year old off the ground, if needed, to help him to move around or to load the lift. I felt it was a nice safety add-on to have such a "handle" on your child. The second part is a long leash. The idea of this leash is to enable the parent to slow down and perhaps even "steer" the child and to prevent run-aways. While the idea is great, the execution is poor. There is nothing worse that pulling a child back at his chest level. For one thing, ski bindings do not release straight backwards. It is rather hard to maintain exact same speed as the child, especially when the child starts moving and the parent waits until the child moves the leash's length from him. If the child gets to some speed by that point, leashes can create quite a strong pull and can cause a backwards fall without binding release. The second issue is that pulling the child backwards puts him in a "rear seat" position. This is a very bad habit which, if engraved into muscle memory from early childhood, will take forever to get rid of. I tried Lucky Bums as designed several times and was disappointed. Fortunately, a friend of mine offered me a home-made leashes which attach to child's boots. I am glad to hear that Amazon carries the same design now, "CoPilot Ski Trainer Learn-to-Ski Harness to Teach Kids to Ski". That design is way, way better. The child maintains the correct, balanced to weight forward position, and in case of a rapid jerk in the leash (happened to me a couple of times), bindings release and the child falls forward without injury. My solution was to combine Lucky Bum's harness for the sake of its handle, and leashes attached to the boots to slow down the kid.
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You will only use this for half a season for skiing and the rest of the time is to tow your slow kid to the lift. It is most useful for lifting your child onto chair lift. When your kid gets braver you need to extend the leashes, because you will carry too much speed to stop with the short leashes. I am embarrassed to say I used my two 6' dog leashes to extend it. But it worked. This product will last through all of your children.
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I am a ex-professional ski instructor, and this is what I use to teach my kids how to ski. Wish they had these around when I was teaching on a regular basis. Would have saved my back. lol. If you are trying to teach a child who is just starting off on downhill skiing, then this is the perfect product for you. As they get better, you give them more leash and they learn to rely less on you and more on their own abilities. Will use for my son next year again and when the baby gets to be around 3 years old. Recommended for children who are able to stand on own and have some good balance. I think 3 years and older seem to be a good fit. Oh and the pouch in the back is nice to put the leash in and other little things. A little snack fits perfect. :)
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This ski trainer has finally allowed our youngest son to ski with us. I only wish we'd bought it when his brothers were young! It gives my son confidence on the slopes so he can ski with the family.

When we went skiing last weekend, I saw lots of little kids wearing the same ski trainer, and all the parents I spoke with said that it has been a godsend. My son is 7, and is one of the biggest and oldest kids I saw wearing this--but it still fits him perfectly.

I love that the trainer has a little handle I use to hoist my son onto the chair lift, support him getting off the chairlift, and lift him when he falls. I use the straps to control his speed and even steer him.

What a fabulous invention. I just wish I could go back in time and use it for my older sons too.
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