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2 Person Sleds
Hop on one of our 2 person sleds for a downhill ride with your sweetheart,
family member or friend! Winter fun is always better when you share
with someone you love. Our 2 person sleds are built to withstand
the most extreme coasting, and designed for a safe landing at the
bottom. Take some time to enjoy the snow, beyond the sidewalk shoveling
and windshield scraping! Children and adults alike will love plowing
down the hills in our 2 person sleds.
here to see our selection of 2 Person Sleds.
Runner sleds are an old fashioned form of winter fun. The sturdy,
durable steel frame coupled with the wood sled offer snowy downhill
fun for hours on end. For the best steering, look for a sled that
has a 2-piece nose. For the best tracking, look for a sled with
grooved runners. Steel bumpers add even more durability to these
well built winter toys.
Inflatable Tube Pump
Don’t waste your breath trying to blow up an
inflatable snow tube. An inflatable tube pump will make the job
much easier. Battery and electricity operated pumps make inflating
tubes easy and fast. With these wonderful tools, you can be enjoying
the fresh powder in no time!
Snow goggles will make an enjoyable activity more enjoyable
and comfortable. The sun reflects off the snow right back into your
eyes, making for a painful and uncomfortable experience. Goggles
are made in sizes to fit small children and adults alike. They can
be used while skiing, snowboarding and even sledding.
Protect your most vulnerable body part while skiing
with a snow helmet. This important safety gear is waterproof and
roomy enough to wear over your beanie. Just make sure that it is
not too roomy. It should fit snug over anything that you normally
wear on your head to keep warm, such as beanies or ear muffs. Helmets
should also be used while snowboarding and sledding. They are available
in child and adult sizes.
Studies show that 7,000 sledders go to the emergency
room every year with head injuries. Doctors believe that many of
these injuries could be avoided by the use of simple sledding helmets.
They are highly recommended for children under the age of 12. Waterproof
helmets are great but bike helmets work well and are definitely
better than nothing.