Perfect for Parents!

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015

Perfect for Parents!

Kinderlift™ vests are perfect for the parent who wants to safely introduce their child to the wonderful world of skiing or snowboarding. The reinforced nylon handle located on the back of the vest makes getting your little one back up and riding a breeze, and also allows you to get them on and off the chairlift with confidence (not to mention keep them close for the whole ride!). And because every Kinderlift vest is Made in America with quality materials, they’ll be you and your younger children’s favorite hand-me-down.

It’s time to use the same children’s safety vest used by ski instructors at the leading resorts in the U.S. They use Kinderlift in their ski and ride schools. Put your child’s safety first when teaching them to ski or snowboard with a Kinderlift vest!

Why you’ll love a Kinderlift

  • When kids fall down while skiing, use the strap to help them up
  • Use the strap to help the little ones on and off the chairlift
  • Use the strap to keep your child close while on the chairlift
  • Oversized zipper is easy to use
  • Bright colors stand out on the slopes
  • Made in the USA in Colorado
  • 2 layer nylon and poly fabric
  • 5 sizes to fit your child (ages 3-8)
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If you’ve been up to Vail the past couple of ski seasons, you may have noticed groups of brightly-colored vest wearers trailing alongside a person much larger than said vest wearers. If so, you’ve spotted a Vail ski school class outfitted with something parents of kindergarten-aged kids and other ski schools ought to consider for their little ones this season and seasons to come. Manufactured right here in Denver by a company called Kinderlift of Colorado…Read More

What Everyone Is Saying About Kinderlift!

February 2013

“We think the Kinderlift vests are great”

Kristina Lorenz Kid’s Club Manager Niseko Base Snowsport Hokkaidi, Japan

March 2013

“It has been an awesome season and we are loving our Kinder Vests!!”

Shea Unger Youth Services Manager Yellowstone Mountain Club Big Sky, Montana

March 2013

“We are loving our vests!”

Mya Frantti Manager, Children’s Programs Deer Valley Resort Park City, UT


“Lift riding is a great example of why we love the safety vests. When loading a lift with a child you can use the handle on the back of the vest as an additional support or help for the child to get onto the chair.”

Bobby Murphy Director of the Vail Ski and Snowboard School Professional Ski Instructors of America’s Alpine Team Vail, CO

March 2013

“We are loving the vests.”

Jen Shannon Operations Manager Ski and Snowboard School Snowshoe Snowshoe, WV

January 2013

“…We love the vests. One of the advantages in having a strong strap at the back of the vest is if a child misloads on a chair, it is a lot easier for a lift operator to grab the handle and scoot them back on the chair. It is also easier to pick up a child on the hill…”

Robyn Syah Squaw Kids Supervisor Squaw Valley Olympic Valley, CA

August 2012

“Our new Kinderlift vests are amazing and the children who wear them think so too. We never have a problem a problem getting children to wear them so that they are visible on the mountain. The children can zip them on and off by themselves which is a big bonus. Our lift operators and instructors have said that the handle on the back makes it so easy to load children onto lifts and ensures that they are safe on the busy slopes.”

Michel Marchand Snow sports School Manager Coronet Peak Ski Areas New Zealand


“I really can’t imagine teaching kids how to ski without the Kinderlift vest. There’s nothing else like it for what we do.”

Micah Samuelson Ski Instructor Sunlight Mountain Resort Glenwood Springs, CO


“Why didn’t they have this when I was teaching my daughter to ski?”

Gwen Masterton, Grand Mother, talking about using the Kinderlift for her grand kids USA

Size Chart*

Size Age Chest Measurement
XXS 2-3 27″
XS 4-5 30″
S 5-6 33 1/2″
M 7-8 37 3/4″
L 8-9 41 1/2″
XL 8-10 45 1/2″

*Note: Chest measurement is around the child under the armpits.Please make sure they have on all of their ski clothes and jacket they would normally wear on the slopes.

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