Snowmule Backpack Tows Kids Behind You
Putting your mischievous kids in a time-out just doesn’t work anymore. To get your message through to today’s spoiled brat, you need to do something extreme—like leave-them-stranded-in-the-snowy-wilderness-for-48-hours extreme. But there’s one problem with that method (besides the Department of Social Services): how do you get them there?
The Snowmule backpack offers a solution (though, admittedly, that’s probably not what the makers had in mind). This versatile backpack has tow lines with handles attached to it that pull easily out of the pack—perfect for giving your (unsuspecting) kids a ride (to their frigid punishment). The lines can pull about 100 pounds, so keep that in mind if you have a problematic 16-year-old or one of those giant kids you see on Maury. The bag comes in two sizes, with the 25-liter version able to carry two pairs of skis, three pairs of poles, and goggles. Note: the Snowmule also works as a fun way to carry pleasant and polite children through the snow. Do let us know if you find any.