Ez Ice Backyard Hockey Rink

Nov 7, 2017

Category: Gear

If you’ve ever lived anywhere cold enough for snow, you’re probably at least somewhat versed in ice skating and/or hockey. After all, it’s one of the few ways to get outside when everything is frozen over. You also probably know how dangerous it can be to go skating on a local pond or lake, as the ice can give way and you might fall through. Or you could avoid that risk entirely by building a rink in your own backyard with EZ Ice.

Without needing to buy a single tool, this kit will let you turn any outdoor space into an ice rink in as little as 60 minutes thanks to a handy kit that includes snap-together panels, brackets, and straps. Then, all you have to do is fill it with water and wait for it to freeze over. What’s even better is that you can choose the size of your rink based on how much space you have – with sets available starting at 15′ x 30′ and up to 85′ x 200′. You can even order a completely bespoke custom set if you’ve got an odd-shaped space. Prices for an EZ Ice rink kit start at $1,700.

Purchase: $1,700+

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