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Ths SnoSnoot Wearable Sled Comes In Feet-First and Head-First Versions

 - May 5, 2015
References: snosoot & gizmag
The SnoSnoot is a unique wearable sled that transforms you into a human sledding machine of sorts. The contraption looks like a heavy-duty backpack, and comes with a waist harness for a snug fit and precise control when sledding downhill. The use of polycarbonate plastic is what makes the SnoSnoot so flexible. Meanwhile, machine-grade ABS is incorporated for its toughness, making it perfect for the support rails.

This wearable sled will be offered in both stomach (face-first) and back (feet-first) models, both of which come with padding as well as easy-to-access strap-on arm brakes for added safety and comfort.

The market for sleds has been growing at a phenomenal rate, with many people taking up the activity as an alternative to skiing and snowboarding. The SnoSnoot wearable sled will surely appeal to people who want to have a great time out on the fresh powder.