SlideRider Staircase Slide

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

Kids have it great these days. When we were young, we would climb into the dirty clothes hamper, and ride it down the apartment complex stairs. Today’s generation gets the SlideRider, a contraption that seamlessly transforms your staircase into a slide.

Before parents start worrying about the dangers of such a contraption, it’s worth noting that safety was a top priority when creating the SlideRider. There are velcro pads running along each side of the slide, along with a padded base that resides at the bottom of the staircase to ensure your little one has a soft place to land. A weighted top keeps the foam, rubber and vinyl constructed slide anchored at the top of the staircase, while built-in handles make it easy to carry once it’s folded up, and ready for storage. [Purchase]

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