If you don’t have a lot of storage space for outdoor toys or you are going on a winter vacation and you need to pack light for your trip you may be interested in an inflatable sled for toddlers.
An inflatable toddler sled can be really handy if you want to have some sledding fun with your young child but you simply just don’t have the room to store a larger sled. Or as I mentioned you may be heading to an area that gets lots of snow and you can’t pack a big sled in your luggage.
You may find a few different inflatable sleds for kids, but my favorite would have to be the Snoplay Pull Along Kiddie Sled.
This sled may not be as nice as my recommendations for the best sleds for toddlers but it is a really nice inexpensive option for parents.
The picture above is taken from above the sled so it may be a little hard to see, but the sled actually has a nice cushioned back that is nice for younger toddlers so that they don’t fall off backwards and they are supported while riding.
The backrest actually wraps around towards the sides and provides an extra amount of support to kids. You will not find a lot of inflatable sleds that have a back on them.
It also has a pull along rope in the front so you can pull your child through the snow rather than just simply pushing them down a hill.
The sled is recommended for ages 1-3 years and it does have ample room being that it is 32 inches.
It’s a pretty sturdy sled as it is made from a 16 gauge vinyl. Just remember that it is an inflatable sled so you should avoid areas like concrete where the sled may be torn open.
If you are looking for an inflatable sled for your toddler that is a little cheaper in price, check out the Pipeline Sno Pull Behind Inflatable Sled.
There is also a heavy duty pull rope on the front so parents can pull their kid anywhere they want to go in the snow.
The sled measures 33 inches and is recommended for ages 1-3 years old.
This sled closely resembles the sled above except the seat area is a little different. The sled above features more of a concave seat to allow your child to sit comfortable without sliding around while this sled doesn’t really have a concave seat which can cause some sliding in certain instances.
That being said this toddler sled does sell for approximately $8-$10 less than the one above.
One of these inflatable toddlers may be a better option for your and your child until they get older and you spend more time outdoors in the snow. This could be nice inepensive option that doesn’t take up a lot of storage space as well. It really is a must-have if you are going to be traveling to a snowy area on vacation with your toddler.