If your New Year's Resolution was to bring smiles and reduce screen time then you came to the right place!
Keep your kids happy and active while indoors this winter. Make their day with by turning their stairs into a slide.
Rubber grips for hard or soft surfaces
Fits Your Stairs
Expands to fit different stair heights
Stacks & Stores
Easily stack and store your slides
Perfect for kids & worry-free for parents! Each long-lasting, easy to assemble Stairslide section covers 3 stair steps; as long as you have enough Stairslides you can cover almost any staircase!
When you're done with the fun just stack and store for later use! Available in white only and made from durable, impact-resistant ABS plastic. (recommended for ages 3-12)
- Holds up to 175lbs
- High-quality safe material
- Tough against scratches
- Easy to store & clean
Helpful Safety Tips
Perfect for slowing it down and younger sliders.
For those that like it fast!
Pillows & bean bags are great to soften the landing
Questions & Answers
StairSlide nests (overlaps) on top of other StairSlides so they can extend to cover more stairs. In other words, you can use a single StairSlide on the bottom three stairs or use four StairSlides to cover approximately nine stairs. It all depends on your appetite for thrill. StairSlide's patent-pending, self-anchoring design uses unique features to help prevent it from moving during use without the need to permanently install StairSlide on your stairs.
Not all stairs are alike. And since there's no way for us to know your stairs' measurements we can only offer a recommendation based on user feedback. One Stairslide typically covers the first three steps. Because they are meant to overlap, add one StairSlide for every two steps after that. Our popular 4 pack covers up to 9 stairs—a great start for any StairSliding career!
Naturally, there’s inherent risk when you use any slide, but it’s worth the risk. StairSlide is certainly safer than other ways we’ve slid down the stairs (e.g. laundry basket, mattress, cardboard box, the family cat, etc.). Remember, the longer the slide the faster you'll go. And bend at the knees when you land on your feet! Landing on your bum is not recommended.
There are a couple of factors that determine your StairSlide’s speed:
+ What’s your stairset’s incline? If your stairs are somewhat on the steep side, this will translate to your StairSlide.
+ How many sections make up your StairSlide?The longer your slide is, the faster it’ll be; for example, a two-section StairSlide will be slower than a 4-section StairSlide.
+ Speed is determined by setup: The StairSlide can be set up in two different ways: High Adventure & Low Impact. High Adventure is the standard setup, but Low Impact allows the slide to end on a slower gradual slope.
For visual depictions of the two setups, read our blog post, More Than One Way to Slide
Want more tips for a comfortable sliding experience? Read our 10 Setup & Sliding Tips!