Hammerhead Pro XLD Snow Sled

Jan 3, 2014

Category: Gear

January has approximately 5 things going for it: New Year’s Day, MLK Day, NCAA bowl games, the NFL Playoffs, and snow. Yes, that last one is controversial, because if you don’t enjoy shoveling and sliding around local roads in 4,000 lb. steel death machines, you might not think snow offers any benefits. The sled heads at Hammerhead know otherwise, and their Pro XLD snow sled is proof of the fun that can be had with mass quantities of crystalline water ice.

This is a high-performance snow sled with an ergonomically designed, lightweight aluminum chassis that offers precise steering so you can enjoy the unique thrills of narrowly missing a tree with your face at 25 mph. The pro carving skis also absorb shocks and allow the XLD to smoothly handle any rocks or icy bumps in your path. Wanna feel like a kid again while still making other kids jealous? Here ya go. [Purchase]

Hammerhead Pro XLD Snow Sled 2

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