PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis
PremierSki - Stroller Skis

PremierSki - Stroller Skis

Sale price$74.99 CAD

Glide through winter.

  • Skis attach to most strollers.
  • Adjustable for wheel sizes up to 16".
  • Lovingly made in Canada.
  • Made from 100% recycled plastic.
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Turn your stroller into a sled and glide through winter.

Attach the skis to your stroller and glide through winter. A simple adjustment allows the skis to attach to just about any stroller wheels available on the market. The skis cut easily through snow and smooth out the ride over uneven terrain. Well-designed and made in Canada, your child is comfortably and securely seated in their own stroller; no worries about your baby falling out of a small sled or getting snow in their face.

Your child can enjoy looking at the scenery as they slide along in the stroller and not just a view of your behind like when you pull a sled.

Parents enjoy all the advantages of their regular stroller, especially the ergonomics; no more backache from pulling a sled.

Excellent for winter strolls, snowshoeing on groomed trails and cutting through snowy sidewalks.

  • Fits all single or double wheels from 4" (100mm) up to 16" (406mm), and up to 2"(50mm) wide.
  • Dimensions are:
    • 17.5" long
    • 5.25" wide
    • 3" high at the front
    • 1.5" high at the back
  • Available in packs of 3 or 4 skis for 3-wheel and 4-wheel strollers.
  • Full installation instructions can be found here.

Not recommended for use in deep snow, off-roading. Not recommended on downhill ski slopes. Not suitable for strollers equipped with certain mud-guards. Ski's do not come equipped with brakes. Only use skis on flat terrain. Good judgement by the user is required. Your child's safety is your responsibility.

Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews
Wendy Patterson
Skis for rollator

I have a 3 wheel rollator and plan to use one ski on the front wheel whenever we have enough snow . I will not use the skis on all 3 wheels as the back wheels have the break mechanism .

Thomas Bernier
Not so good for unspoked wheels

We had smallish wheels (10" diameter) that had no spokes. The skis would not stay on the wheels and could not be effectively strapped. I made new mounts out of wood to hold the skis on the stroller. Now I remove the wheel and just slip the adapted ski onto the stroller. They slide well and it works fine.

Teolani Baker
Great for less than 8inches of snow

I wanted these last winter but it was a sloppy one that didn’t require skis, this winter however there is an abundance of snow and so we get to try them out! They work great for under 8inches of snow, we have about 4+Feet on the ground now so it really only works when they plow the streets and then they are awesome! If the skis were wider and longer it would probably give us a little more use here in rural alaska but we have a pull sled for most other situations, this just allows me to walk around the neighborhood and give my kiddos the comfort of a stroller. All in all a great idea and an affordable option!

John Kraemer
Great for Winnipeg Snow Days!

Adds more days to the calendar that we can get out for a walk with the dog and baby.

We have also found that once sized properly, we can also just pop the front wheels into the bracket with no Velcro and leave the back as just wheels - as long as we’re not going through massive drifts, they help get us through snowier spots. Then just take the front skis off and toss them in the basket beneath and keep going with 4 wheels.

On much snowier days having all 4 skis strapped in makes winter walks much more pleasurable- stroller glides over the snow effortlessly rather than getting bogged down!

(We have an Uppababy Cruz)

Raiewate chad Jacobs

Finally was able to use the ski's went on a family walk to see holiday lights display the ski's did make a difference its a real workout pushing a stroller in the snow my legs and arms are sore 🤣 in all a great investment