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Retro Snowmobile Snow Sled - 2 Pack

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SAVE WHEN YOU BUY A 2 PACK! The FUNBOY Retro Snowmobile snow sled pays homage to classic snowmobile vibes and the colors of 1970’s retro ski era. Original Snow Sled design combines ultra-thick material with a reinforced rubber base to create a durable inflatable sledding experience for ages 14+. Holds up to 2 riders or 250 pounds. Rapid inflate and deflate valves, dual handles for easy downhill grip and a hand pull rope included.

    1. The sled that started it all! The most high performance sled FUNBOY offers.
    2. Reinforced Rubber Base.
    3. 12’’ air cushioned ride
    4. Reinforced materials withstand -25 degrees
    5. Holds 2 people or 250 LBS
    6. Hand pull rope, dual handles. Inflates/deflates in minutes.
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    3. Orders ship from Los Angeles, CA.
    4. Orders placed before noon PST will ship same day.
    5. No Saturday Delivery Available.
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    1. Age 14+. Read entire owners manual and product warnings prior to each use.
    2. Use of this product and participation in the sport involves inherent risks of injury and death.
    3. Use at your own risk. This product has no breaking or steering.
    4. Always wear safety goggles and a helmet during use.
    5. Not a lifesaving device. Do not use in a pool or in water.
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Reviewed by Tamera S.
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Perfect for the snowy days

Couldn’t ask for a better product to enjoy the winters between Oregon and California

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