StairSlide - 3 Pack
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Non-slip Grip Bottom
Rubber grips for hard or soft surfaces
Fits Your Stairs
Expands to fit different stair heights
Stacks & Stores
Easily stack and store your slides
Ways to StairSlide
A more gradual slide for younger sliders. Create a softer slope at the bottom.
The traditional way to slide - keep one step at the bottom for landing.
Put some pillows, bean bags, or gym mats at the bottom for softer landings.
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We tried to use them on the stairs one time, but it was too much of a hassle because they do not click together so we couldn’t figure it out. But since we bought them for a Nuggets slide, that’s what we use them for anyways, we love them for that.
The kids love it.
Both kids love it!
Loads of fun
The whole neighbourhood has had fun on our Stairslide. Ridiculously simple to put together, strong and safe construction. It’s a world of fun.
Versatile gross motor plaything!
My 5-year old and 1-year old love this. We have it on the stairs leading down to our den (their playroom with mostly gross motor toys) which is perfectly fitting. It covers about 5-6 stairs. They've used it for themselves, but also their toy animals and race cars. Definitely a worthwhile investment for the coming winter months!
After using, I probably wouldn't buy again. Pieces don't connect well or stay connected during play. A lot more narrow than it appears on the ads.