Build This Snow-Sliding Toy With Your Kids

Build This Snow-Sliding Toy With Your Kids

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The Infento Big Snow Kit lets parents and kids build nine different snow-gliding toys together from a single kit.

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy

New to the market this week, modular toy brand Infento announced its Big Snow Kit. Like the brand’s other toys, it ships as a modular DIY project. The brand intends for parents and children to build these toys together.

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy

The new Big Snow Kit will give parents and children a totally new snow-sliding option. It comes with 391 parts that builders can put together in nearly infinite ways – or, more likely, follow 10 proven builds from the brand.

Infento Big Snow Kit ($399)

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy
Photo by Merijn Soeters

The Big Snow Kit, intended for ages 7–14, includes 10 toy builds: Snow Drifter, Snow Scooter, Supersledge, Icebreaker, two separate Skibocks, Yeti, Everest, Blizzard, and Big Blizzard.

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy

These are the brand’s names, not ours! Basically, they are a whole bunch of configurations of sleds and snow bikes. The photos here show a lot of the range. There are many more on Infento’s website.

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy
Photo by Merijn Soeters

According to the brand, the toys take 2 to 3 hours to build and can support between 44 and 210 pounds depending on the model. Some of the sled builds look like they’d be useful for parents towing kids, gear, or even firewood.

Infento Big Snow Kit diy toy

For those who like the DIY toy concept that should get kids off screens for a few hours, these Infento kits could be a fun, real-world activity that moves from the garage or backyard to the snowy slopes.

Sean McCoy
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Editor-in-Chief Sean McCoy is a life-long outdoorsman who grew up hunting and fishing central Wisconsin forests and lakes. He joined GearJunkie after a 10-year stint as a newspaperman in the Caribbean, where he learned sailing and wooden-boat repair. Based in GearJunkie's Denver office, McCoy is an avid trail runner, camper, hunter, angler, mountain biker, skier, and beer tester.
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