Must buy outdoors kids gifts

by Justin on December 14, 2013

Outdoor kids gift ideas

Outdoor kids gift ideas

It’s already December! The holidays are coming up. Do you have a kid on your shopping list who loves the great wild outdoors? Here are some ideas for gifts that will be greatly appreciated by young ones and their parents alike.

The links are Amazon links so if you have a prime account or want to pay more you can get it before Christmas.

  1. A Snow brick maker – I have one of these and the kids really enjoyed making snow forts and igloo’s last year when we had snow. They used this more than they did the sleds since we don’t have any big hills to go down. That’s my hand in the picture above. It looks a little red because we have a kitten who plays rough.

  2. New snow boots – Most kids outgrow these every year. Check with the parents and see if they could use a pair.
  3. Dress a Snowman Kit – It never fails we don’t have everything needed and those charcoal eyes can get a little messy. This kit has it all.
  4. WHAM-O SnowBall Blaster – I admit I would like one of these! I know as much as the kids in our neighborhood like shooting nerf guns I know they would get use of a snowball gun. Plus no darts to pick up or loose!
  5. Kids size skis or snow shoes – Skis will help with balance coordination. If your recipient will be going downhill also look into a helmet for them. What kid wouldn’t like a pair of snow shoes? I can walk on top of the snow? Yes please!
  6. I wasn’t going to say the obvious but then I saw this cool connecting sled – kids can connect them and go down the hill together. Pretty cool sled in my opinion.
  7. Shredz snowboarder toys – Shredz! If your kids like playing with action figures these are perfect! Setup a ramp in the snow and get some rad air!

Did I miss any great gift ideas for kids who love being outdoors? Leave your ideas in the comments section below.

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