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Snow Shorts with a built-in Butt-Sled

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2009

Snow Shorts with a built-in Butt-SledSledding is fun for both kids and adults. But as a kid, I always hated lugging a heavy sled around and having to carry it back up the hill. It ruins the whole thing and makes it a pain. Well, thanks to Pull on Snow Shorts from Orvis, that problem is solved.

You won’t have to worry about carrying your sled up the hill again and again because the sled is now your butt. Yes, it’s a wearable sled! Just wear the snow shorts over your pants and get your butt on that snow. It comes in 3 sizes: small kids, big kids, and adult for $35.

Millennium Falcon Sled won’t do hyperspace

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2008

Millennium Falcon Sled won’t do hyperspaceThis version of the Falcon is squished, probably from your fat butt sliding down hills. The Falcon has seen better days that’s for sure. But sadly, this is as close as you are likely to get, to really being able to ride the Falcon. You’ll be riding on, not in.

The Millennium Falcon sled is basically a souped-up saucer sled that allows older geeks to have some winter fun outside and be pointed at by young kids who have cooler sleds that don’t look like a flattened cartoon spaceship. It’s pretty expensive for a saucer sled at $34.99, but hell, it’s shaped like the Millennium Falcon.

Ice Meister Slicer, the all-season sled

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2008

Ice Meister Slicer, the all-season sledDo you have an un-natural and un-healthy desire to sled down a hill in the middle of summer? Apparently, you aren’t the only one. Here’s your ticket, right here. The Ice Meister Slicer lets you race down the big hills all year long. It works like an ordinary sled when there’s plenty of snow, but in the summer, you bring the ice to the hill, mounted on the bottom of the sled. Pretty simple solution huh?

But why the hell can’t you live without sledding for a few months? Here’s how it works. There are two molds, called Icers, that you remove from the sled, fill with water and then freeze. Then you attach the two slabs of ice to the bottom of the sled for summer sledding fun.