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Heirloom Folding Sled

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Grab some boots, get bundled up, unfold the Lucky Bums Heirloom folding sled and hit the local ski hill with the kids!

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REI
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Kids Beginner Snow Skis and Poles (70-cm) Green - Lucky Bums Ski and Snowboard Bags

Kids Beginner Snow Skis and Poles (70-cm) Green. The ideal rugged design plastic skis to introduce the sliding sensation to the little ones in the backyard, the living room, or the sled hill. One of our top sellers, a proven tool to boost confidence & make the first ski experience a huge hit!

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Kids Snow Racer Extreme Sled - Blue - 131BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! The Lucky Bums Kids Snow Racer Extreme Sled - Blue is ideal for those looking to take sledding to the next level. With a rugged design featuring a powder coated steel frame shock absorbed steering breaks and a padded seat mixed with a moto design this sled has the durability and flash to enjoy many winters of fun on the hill. Recommended for children 6-16 years. Dimensions: 52L x 20W x 17H inches. About Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCBeing avid skiers throughout all of Colorado Jeff and Julie Streeter created this business after having children and realizing they needed quality snow gear to keep their kids warm and dry. Bringing them along on skiing outings was part of their lifestyle and Jeff began engineering a harness for his youngest son who was learning to ski so he wouldn't have to continually bend over to pick him up after every fall. This sparked the first idea that would lead to the start of Jeff and Julie's new business. He added a safety handle to the harness and it worked too well. They knew they had something that could work well and make a difference in the industry. Their harness with the safety handle began making its way on all the larger market resorts in Colorado and the business started taking off. From there they started up their Lucky Bums brand and began outfitting all recreation markets with products designed for kids to use while hiking camping fishing hunting and all outdoor activities. Today Lucky Bums is a trusted company sought out by active parents around the world. Their products are sold in over 2000 stores and can be ordered from many online retailers.

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Hayneedle
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Utility Sled Tow Harness Black - Lucky Bums Ski and Snowboard Bags
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Snow Kids Sled, 42-inch Blue - Lucky Bums Ski and Snowboard Bags
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Wayback 96 Skis -17%

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With tip and tail tapper, enhanced shovel rocker and slight tail Rocker, this is the ideal tool for the modern ski tourer who desires a sled that excels on both spring corn and firm windblown, but is still wide enough to float in the soft stuff.Key F

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The-House.com
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Foam Sled - Double Rider - 52 in. Blue - 120.52BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! Perfect for traveling or for use at home, the Lucky Bums Foam Sled - Double Rider - 52 in. Blue has a compact design which makes it easy to store or travel with. This durable foam sled has a super slick, smooth bottom surface for a fast ride. Made for one or two riders, this sled also has two handles so riders can hold on tight while the molded foot holds help with control. With its classic design and fun graphics, your kids will love spending hours outdoors with this sled. Additional Features Durable foam sled with smooth bottom 4 handles for gripping Super-slick bottom surface Great, eye-catching graphics Compact sled is easy to store Molded foot holds help with controlAbout Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCIn 2004, after years of wondering why nobody was making safe, fun, appropriate outdoor equipment for kids, Jeff and Julie Streeter were forced to hand-make a ski-training harness for their 18-month old son, because nobody offered one that they felt was either safe or appropriate. As they started producing more of these hand-made harnesses in their spare time, it became apparent that people all over the country, and soon the world, agreed that somebody needed to pay attention to the specialized needs children demand from their outdoor equipment. Soon, the Streeter's side-job of creating outdoor products for kids began to take off. In 2008, Lucky Bums expanded to provide children's outdoor equipment for hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting. Lucky Bums products were now outfitting children across the US, as well as in Europe, Canada, and Japan. Today, Lucky Bums outdoor products are sold in over 2000 stores worldwide, while the company continues to produce outdoor products that meet the needs of active children, and that parents can always trust.

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Hayneedle
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SKIS C&A MTX 8" BLACK

The MTX snowmobile skis are designed for top performance in deep powder conditions that demand maximum flotation and agile steering. Wider than all of our other skis, the additional width provides an extended surface to provide the front end lift needed in powder to reduce drag on components under the sled. This ski not only performs great in your favorite deep powder playground, it also provides a superior ride down the trail to get you there. SKU:CPMTXK

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Amazon
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Snow Kids Sled - 42 in. Blue Graphic - 120.42BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! With its compact design and quick speed, the Lucky Bums Snow Kids Sled - 42 in. Blue Graphic is perfect for families who love to travel and enjoy outdoor winter fun. This durable foam sled has a super slick, smooth bottom surface for a fast ride. Made for one rider, this sled also has two handles so riders can hold on tight while the molded foot holds help with control. Able to hold up to 100 pounds, your kids will love the fun, eye-catching graphics. Additional Features Durable foam sled with smooth bottom 2 handles for gripping Super-slick bottom surface Great, eye-catching graphics Compact sled is easy to store Molded foot holds help with control Can hold up to 100 poundsAbout Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCIn 2004, after years of wondering why nobody was making safe, fun, appropriate outdoor equipment for kids, Jeff and Julie Streeter were forced to hand-make a ski-training harness for their 18-month old son, because nobody offered one that they felt was either safe or appropriate. As they started producing more of these hand-made harnesses in their spare time, it became apparent that people all over the country, and soon the world, agreed that somebody needed to pay attention to the specialized needs children demand from their outdoor equipment. Soon, the Streeter's side-job of creating outdoor products for kids began to take off. In 2008, Lucky Bums expanded to provide children's outdoor equipment for hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting. Lucky Bums products were now outfitting children across the US, as well as in Europe, Canada, and Japan. Today, Lucky Bums outdoor products are sold in over 2000 stores worldwide, while the company continues to produce outdoor products that meet the needs of active children, and that parents can always trust.

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Hayneedle
$44.99 See It
Kids Snow Racer Extreme Sled - Blue - 131BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! The Lucky Bums Kids Snow Racer Extreme Sled - Blue is ideal for those looking to take sledding to the next level. With a rugged design featuring a powder coated steel frame shock absorbed steering breaks and a padded seat mixed with a moto design this sled has the durability and flash to enjoy many winters of fun on the hill. Recommended for children 6-16 years. Dimensions: 52L x 20W x 17H inches. About Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCBeing avid skiers throughout all of Colorado Jeff and Julie Streeter created this business after having children and realizing they needed quality snow gear to keep their kids warm and dry. Bringing them along on skiing outings was part of their lifestyle and Jeff began engineering a harness for his youngest son who was learning to ski so he wouldn't have to continually bend over to pick him up after every fall. This sparked the first idea that would lead to the start of Jeff and Julie's new business. He added a safety handle to the harness and it worked too well. They knew they had something that could work well and make a difference in the industry. Their harness with the safety handle began making its way on all the larger market resorts in Colorado and the business started taking off. From there they started up their Lucky Bums brand and began outfitting all recreation markets with products designed for kids to use while hiking camping fishing hunting and all outdoor activities. Today Lucky Bums is a trusted company sought out by active parents around the world. Their products are sold in over 2000 stores and can be ordered from many online retailers.

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Hayneedle
$135.55 See It
Foam Sled - Double Rider - 52 in. Blue - 120.52BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! Perfect for traveling or for use at home, the Lucky Bums Foam Sled - Double Rider - 52 in. Blue has a compact design which makes it easy to store or travel with. This durable foam sled has a super slick, smooth bottom surface for a fast ride. Made for one or two riders, this sled also has two handles so riders can hold on tight while the molded foot holds help with control. With its classic design and fun graphics, your kids will love spending hours outdoors with this sled. Additional Features Durable foam sled with smooth bottom 4 handles for gripping Super-slick bottom surface Great, eye-catching graphics Compact sled is easy to store Molded foot holds help with controlAbout Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCIn 2004, after years of wondering why nobody was making safe, fun, appropriate outdoor equipment for kids, Jeff and Julie Streeter were forced to hand-make a ski-training harness for their 18-month old son, because nobody offered one that they felt was either safe or appropriate. As they started producing more of these hand-made harnesses in their spare time, it became apparent that people all over the country, and soon the world, agreed that somebody needed to pay attention to the specialized needs children demand from their outdoor equipment. Soon, the Streeter's side-job of creating outdoor products for kids began to take off. In 2008, Lucky Bums expanded to provide children's outdoor equipment for hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting. Lucky Bums products were now outfitting children across the US, as well as in Europe, Canada, and Japan. Today, Lucky Bums outdoor products are sold in over 2000 stores worldwide, while the company continues to produce outdoor products that meet the needs of active children, and that parents can always trust.

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Hayneedle
$49.99 See It
Snow Kids Sled - 42 in. Blue Graphic - 120.42BL

Shop for Sleds And Tubes from Hayneedle.com! With its compact design and quick speed, the Lucky Bums Snow Kids Sled - 42 in. Blue Graphic is perfect for families who love to travel and enjoy outdoor winter fun. This durable foam sled has a super slick, smooth bottom surface for a fast ride. Made for one rider, this sled also has two handles so riders can hold on tight while the molded foot holds help with control. Able to hold up to 100 pounds, your kids will love the fun, eye-catching graphics. Additional Features Durable foam sled with smooth bottom 2 handles for gripping Super-slick bottom surface Great, eye-catching graphics Compact sled is easy to store Molded foot holds help with control Can hold up to 100 poundsAbout Lucky Bums Subsidiary LLCIn 2004, after years of wondering why nobody was making safe, fun, appropriate outdoor equipment for kids, Jeff and Julie Streeter were forced to hand-make a ski-training harness for their 18-month old son, because nobody offered one that they felt was either safe or appropriate. As they started producing more of these hand-made harnesses in their spare time, it became apparent that people all over the country, and soon the world, agreed that somebody needed to pay attention to the specialized needs children demand from their outdoor equipment. Soon, the Streeter's side-job of creating outdoor products for kids began to take off. In 2008, Lucky Bums expanded to provide children's outdoor equipment for hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting. Lucky Bums products were now outfitting children across the US, as well as in Europe, Canada, and Japan. Today, Lucky Bums outdoor products are sold in over 2000 stores worldwide, while the company continues to produce outdoor products that meet the needs of active children, and that parents can always trust.

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Hayneedle
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Coomback 104 Ski One Color, 184cm

It's probably not a bad thing when a ski is named after, and largely influenced by, the skiing of one of the all-time great skiers--and that's certainly the case with the K2 Coomback 104 Ski. In the world of backcountry skiing, few names evoke as much praise as that of Doug Coombs, so it should come as no surprise that this signature ski is perfectly fit for his style of skiing: big, aggressive lines, often deep in the backcountry. The 104mm waist width will let you float serenely down big powder lines, and the paulownia and maple woods core keeps things light and poppy so you can have fun on the way down as well. In order to give plenty of stability for a lightweight ski, K2 used a Torsion Box system in conjunction with its Hybritech sidewall, so you don't have to worry about blowing out an edge when you're four days into your yurt trip. In order to facilitate use as an anchor or an emergency sled, K2 gave this ski a flat tail that can easily be plunged into the snow as a sort of "extra-picket."

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Backcountry.com
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We! Ski Kit One Color, One Size

Convert your Burley trailer into a cross-country-style sled with the Burley We! Ski Kit. This kit works on a variety of trailers and offers safe, secure towing during the winter. Strong aluminum tow bars give you stable control over the trailer behind you when you're on your skis or snowshoes, and the belt padding makes even heavier loads comfortable to manage. Snap the skis onto your trailer, attach the bars via a pair of pins, pull on the waist-belt, and you're off!

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Backcountry.com
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Coomback 104 Ski One Color, 177cm

It's probably not a bad thing when a ski is named after, and largely influenced by, the skiing of one of the all-time great skiers--and that's certainly the case with the K2 Coomback 104 Ski. In the world of backcountry skiing, few names evoke as much praise as that of Doug Coombs, so it should come as no surprise that this signature ski is perfectly fit for his style of skiing: big, aggressive lines, often deep in the backcountry. The 104mm waist width will let you float serenely down big powder lines, and the paulownia and maple woods core keeps things light and poppy so you can have fun on the way down as well. In order to give plenty of stability for a lightweight ski, K2 used a Torsion Box system in conjunction with its Hybritech sidewall, so you don't have to worry about blowing out an edge when you're four days into your yurt trip. In order to facilitate use as an anchor or an emergency sled, K2 gave this ski a flat tail that can easily be plunged into the snow as a sort of "extra-picket."

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Backcountry.com
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Mega Lo5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 168cm

Even ski mountaineering legends spend the occasional day skiing the resort or getting some lift-accessed backcountry turns. They keep their quiver simple and versatile by grabbing the Mega Lo5 Ski from La Sportiva, which has the backbone to handle hard skiing in tough conditions and the lightweight skimo DNA to keep you moving fast on the skinner. Poplar wood is light, strong, and energetic, and in the Lo5, the poplar core is reinforced with fiberglass and bi-directional carbon laminates to give it enough stiffness for you to drive it through less-than-ideal conditions without the weight penalty of metal inserts. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls help to keep things light, but have the toughness to stand up to the inevitable rocks and stumps that you'll uncover in tight couloirs and trees. Since versatility's the name of the Lo5's game, it features an early-rise tip that smooths out choppy snow and gives you enough float to cruise through powder. Traditional underfoot camber and a flat tail provide stability, turning power, and the ability to easily isolate columns and rutschblocks without a snow saw. Rubber tip, tail, and edge reinforcements keep things damp when you're maching through pow or rattling over icy snow, and reinforced holes in the tip and tail accept pre-cut La Sportiva Lo5 skins and help you construct snow anchors or a rescue sled. The tails are also notched and the tips tapered to easily accept traditional skin attachments. If you're on the prowl for a one-ski backcountry and in-bounds quiver, look no further.

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Backcountry.com
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Coomback 104 Ski One Color, 170cm

It's probably not a bad thing when a ski is named after, and largely influenced by, the skiing of one of the all-time great skiers--and that's certainly the case with the K2 Coomback 104 Ski. In the world of backcountry skiing, few names evoke as much praise as that of Doug Coombs, so it should come as no surprise that this signature ski is perfectly fit for his style of skiing: big, aggressive lines, often deep in the backcountry. The 104mm waist width will let you float serenely down big powder lines, and the paulownia and maple woods core keeps things light and poppy so you can have fun on the way down as well. In order to give plenty of stability for a lightweight ski, K2 used a Torsion Box system in conjunction with its Hybritech sidewall, so you don't have to worry about blowing out an edge when you're four days into your yurt trip. In order to facilitate use as an anchor or an emergency sled, K2 gave this ski a flat tail that can easily be plunged into the snow as a sort of "extra-picket."

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Backcountry.com
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Mega Lo5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 188cm

Even ski mountaineering legends spend the occasional day skiing the resort or getting some lift-accessed backcountry turns. They keep their quiver simple and versatile by grabbing the Mega Lo5 Ski from La Sportiva, which has the backbone to handle hard skiing in tough conditions and the lightweight skimo DNA to keep you moving fast on the skinner. Poplar wood is light, strong, and energetic, and in the Lo5, the poplar core is reinforced with fiberglass and bi-directional carbon laminates to give it enough stiffness for you to drive it through less-than-ideal conditions without the weight penalty of metal inserts. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls help to keep things light, but have the toughness to stand up to the inevitable rocks and stumps that you'll uncover in tight couloirs and trees. Since versatility's the name of the Lo5's game, it features an early-rise tip that smooths out choppy snow and gives you enough float to cruise through powder. Traditional underfoot camber and a flat tail provide stability, turning power, and the ability to easily isolate columns and rutschblocks without a snow saw. Rubber tip, tail, and edge reinforcements keep things damp when you're maching through pow or rattling over icy snow, and reinforced holes in the tip and tail accept pre-cut La Sportiva Lo5 skins and help you construct snow anchors or a rescue sled. The tails are also notched and the tips tapered to easily accept traditional skin attachments. If you're on the prowl for a one-ski backcountry and in-bounds quiver, look no further.

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Backcountry.com
$724.95 See It
Mega Lo5 Alpine Touring Ski Blue/Black, 178cm

Even ski mountaineering legends spend the occasional day skiing the resort or getting some lift-accessed backcountry turns. They keep their quiver simple and versatile by grabbing the Mega Lo5 Ski from La Sportiva, which has the backbone to handle hard skiing in tough conditions and the lightweight skimo DNA to keep you moving fast on the skinner. Poplar wood is light, strong, and energetic, and in the Lo5, the poplar core is reinforced with fiberglass and bi-directional carbon laminates to give it enough stiffness for you to drive it through less-than-ideal conditions without the weight penalty of metal inserts. ABS thermoplastic sidewalls help to keep things light, but have the toughness to stand up to the inevitable rocks and stumps that you'll uncover in tight couloirs and trees. Since versatility's the name of the Lo5's game, it features an early-rise tip that smooths out choppy snow and gives you enough float to cruise through powder. Traditional underfoot camber and a flat tail provide stability, turning power, and the ability to easily isolate columns and rutschblocks without a snow saw. Rubber tip, tail, and edge reinforcements keep things damp when you're maching through pow or rattling over icy snow, and reinforced holes in the tip and tail accept pre-cut La Sportiva Lo5 skins and help you construct snow anchors or a rescue sled. The tails are also notched and the tips tapered to easily accept traditional skin attachments. If you're on the prowl for a one-ski backcountry and in-bounds quiver, look no further.

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Backcountry.com
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