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  • Where do you ship to?
    By default, our store calculates shipping for Canada and the U.S. If you live outside of this area, pleas use our contact page to send us a message with your full mailing address and we'd be happy to provide a custom quote.
  • Where are you located/Can I pickup my order?
    We do not operate a physical storefront for walk-ins, however we are always happy to arrange a meetup time with customers who wish to pick up an order. We are located in Norland, Ontario which is: -35 minutes east of Orillia, Ontario -45 minutes south of Haliburton, Ontario -35 minutes north of Lindsay, Ontario
  • What exactly is an Easy Sled or Smitty sled?
    The original design of a Smitty Sled was from the ice fishing community to make winter travel with heavy ice fishing gear much easier. IT consisted of 2 skis with a wooden structure. The concept was that skis were designed to glide much easier than plastic sleighs and with the narrower width of the skis vs the sled, it made pulling significantly easier. Easy Sled took that concept and built a system that offers many improvements over an original Smitty Sled. Because it is made of aluminum, it can be lighter and stronger. It won't absorb water, ice or rot over time...which again keeps it lighter. It takes seconds to assemble/disassemble by simply dropping or lifting the crossbars onto the feet. This makes it highly portable and takes up almost no space in your vehicle.
  • Can I use an Easy Sled behind my ATV/Snowmobile (motorized vehicle)?
    While the Easy Sled is strong, it is not intended to be used behind a motorized vehicle. There are several reasons for this. 1) Aluminum is still a very soft metal. Carrying a static load is ok, but hitting bumps at speed (shock loading) increases the weight exponentially and will likely cause it to fail. 2) Downhill skis are made to grab when turning. When used behind a motorized vehicle at speed, the skis will grab in a turn and transfer 100% of the load into the metal and likely cause it to fail. 3) Easy Sled/Smitty sleds are a tool designed to make pulling gear under human power easier. If you have a motorized vehicle, you shouldn't need skis to assist.
  • How do I assemble my Easy Sled Kit?
    Click the button below to open our Easy Sled installation guide in a new window:
  • How do I attach my sleigh to the Easy Sled?
    To ensure your kit lasts you as long as possible, we only recommend mounting it by placing bolts and wing nuts through the sleigh and crossbar in 4 corners. This turns your sleigh into part of the structure and gives it rigidity to prevent any damage. For those that prefer not to drill through their sleigh, we recommend using a piece of plywood and the sleigh can simply be set on top.
  • Can't I build my own for way less?
    Absolutely! The Easy Sled was designed to improve on the original Smitty Sled design which can be heavier, slightly more awkward to assemble/disassemble, tends to collect water/ice and may rot over time. The Easy Sled is definitely a more premium option for those that want it. That said, a Smitty makes winter travel so much easier, we recommend that everyone have one regardless if it's an Easy Sled or not. If you prefer not to buy an Easy Sled kit, check out the original Smitty kit which can be built incredibly inexpensively with a few pieces of wood and screws.
  • Can I buy Easy Sled in stores?
    Unfortunately, not yet. We hope to have the Easy Sled available in some outdoors stores or through hut operators in the near future but so far, demand has prevented us from being able to stockpile enough kits to confidently supply stores. With the overwhelming interest in the Easy Sled, we are working hard to get them closer to you and easier to buy! If you are interested in becoming an Easy Sled distributor, please contact us to discuss.
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