loads further, more safely and with less fatigue. Used extensively
in snowy places worldwide since 1979, Kifaru Sleds* were the first
American-built sleds and are still the benchmark. They've proven
their mettle for hauling everything from cargo to kids and endured
the torture tests of SAR teams, the Marines and major
Our design is
a sled that goes where you go and won't knock you off your feet -
they pull smoothly, track reliably, turn and stop when you
A short, compact sled that shrinks down into a size that can be
thrown onto your back.
Great for smaller expedition/ weekend loads, ski touring with kids
- a favorite of families or those with disabled older
For smaller mission loads, but built to withstand the rigors of
military use - like heavy loads and transportation bashing.
Expedition SledA veteran of extensive adventures in
Iceland, Antarctica, Baffin Island, Denali and Everest - every
remote corner that has snow.
Backcountry use: The workhorse of many a Nordic and Alpine
ski center across North America.
The choice of many a tactical unit for remote terrain.
From Sorell of MAHTOMEDI, Minnesota on 1/30/2017.
Used for a 4 day winter camping trip with temps below zero. It tracked straight, did not tip over, and required little effort to pull. This model is about 8" shorter than my previous one, but holds the same amount of gear by being able to pack it a little higher. The large arctic wood stove and 12 person tipi tent, plus sleeping bag, and food all fit well. I was worried that the aluminum runners would ice up when crossing wet spots on lakes, but this did not happen.
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