Years ago, snow-deprived kids started freezing large blocks of ice to use as sleds on grassy hills. When Scott Ireland’s kids tried “ice blocking,” he realized what a cool idea it was and wanted to make it better. He created the Slicer—a sled that could be fitted with blocks of ice.
Honeycomb-shaped Icer trays make lighter, stronger blocks of ice that last for up to two hours of “winter” fun. Freeze ‘em and snap ‘em to the bottom of your sled. After a few minutes they’ll be slippery, and you’ll be ready to roll.
Already have snow? The Slicer works great by itself in wintery conditions, with a double-walled design that keeps you a little warmer and further away from the ground.
When you’re not out racing, put the Icers inside Slicer for easy storage. Next time the urge to sled hits, no matter the season, you’ll be ready.