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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Just Dave from Utah on Tuesday, March 10, 2015
    It's very light. I attach it to my backpack. Can't even tell it's there. Very strong as I've ran over many rocks and branches. Easy to lean to use and control.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tooelehiker from Utah on Thursday, January 22, 2015
    I have used these sleds for years and love them! I think you guys got a bad batch of them tho. Half of the sleds that I got from you either came collapsed or collapsed the first time out. When I say collapsed I'm talking about the bottom of the sled bowing in instead of out. That changes them from an awesome sled to a [...]. You can't steer them anymore and they won't go down most hills if the bottom has collapsed. It feels like you're trying to sled with the parking brake on. I'm a grown man but the one that collapsed our first time out had a 6 year old girl on it so it's not too much weight that was the problem. I love these sleds but I'm disappointed in the ones that I've gotten from you.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by TED from Utah on Tuesday, January 20, 2015
    have a regular route that descends 1500 vertical feet over ~1.3 miles in narrow tree lined dry creek bed...it's maintained by a number local outfitters and neighborhood residents. Total hoot... kids and their friends strap on helmets and bomb down a few times a week. This is the only sled fit for purpose as it is small, maneuverable, easy to carry on the hike up, easy to stop / control speed (e.g. good for avoiding fast approaching trees). For this purpose it is the only tool appropriate for the task
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