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December 09, 2023

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Cool Sleds for Downhill Fun

We shopped around and found cool sleds and saucers — all for under $50!

Shred Time 3D Molded
Airhead | airhead.com | $49.99
This sled for one to two riders has a raised wall to keep the kids in and a Slick HDPE Straight Tracking Bottom for speed. Product design may vary.

Plastic Snow Sled
EMSCO Group | emscogroup.com | $5.98 at lowes.com
This snow disc has a smooth, polished bottom for fast sledding and easy gliding over the snow — features molded-in grip handles, too. Available in a variety of colors.

Triangle Inflatable Snow Tube
EMSCO Group | emscogroup.com | $25.97 at homedepot.com
Kids can sit in the center seat of this inflatable sled and hang onto the two heavy grip handles on this super durable vinyl snow tube made with an anti-freeze additive to keep it flexible. Doesn’t hurt that it adds some extra cushion, too. Product design varies.

Toddler Pull Sled
Lucky Bums | luckybums.com | $49.99
This durable sled is wide for stability, has a strap for safety and a raised foot support to keep your toddler’s boots out of the snow. The extended pull rope allows for ease of use while navigating the snow. Recommended for ages 3 and younger or up to 40 pounds. Available in a variety of colors.

Racer Sled
Lucky Bums| luckybums.com | $49.99
Your child can pull this sled to the top of the hill and hit the slopes with speed! The sure-grip steering wheel and wide track center ski helps him turn, and the built-in handbrakes helps control speed. Recommended for ages 6 and younger or up to 100 pounds. Available in a variety of colors.

Roll It Up
Airhead | airhead.com | $5.99
This slick-bottomed sled conveniently rolls up and makes it easy for carrying and storing. The cutout handle grips give you something to hold on to while speeding down the hill.

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