Granite Gear - Pulk Sled
Please note that due to size restrictions, the Pulk Sled can only be shipped to the Lower 48 states.
Due to its unusual size, the shipping cost for this item may differ from what is calculated at checkout. Please call us for an estimate of shipping costs.
Technical specifications & features
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||274225|
|Cubic Inches||15,000 c.i.|
|Other Features||Dimensions: 60 x 16 x 8 inches
Large, 15,000 cu. in. capacity
Thermo-molded, high molecular weight hull is lightweight and offers the lowest coefficient of friction (drag) on snow of any molded plastic.
Tough, Rex-Twill® cover has three compression straps to compress and secure gear and a full length zipper for access.
The hull’s molded-in ski runners exactly match those of cross-country grooming equipment. The sled tracks well on ski trails and can be used to set tracks.
Lightweight - Sled, cover and harness system = 16.75 lbs.
Strong, fiberglass/nylon poles (53) break down into sections for easy transport. Pole ends and areas where sections join are made of a strong, flexible nylon. This allows normal hip rotation during turns on skis, helps the sled follow you and reduces the chance of pole breakage.
Quick connect\disconnect hardware makes hooking up and unhooking fast and simple.
Brake prevents sled from sliding backward on slopes.
Advanced harness system involves your whole body in pulling the sled. Leg loops, hip belt, shoulder straps and three attachment points to the sled distribute the effort over all major muscle groups.
Questions & Answers
19” width of hull
9” depth of hull
60” length of hull
Rise from bottom of hull to top of cover is 19” fully stretched in the middle of the sled.
Measurement from the back of the hull to where the bed starts to incline is 33 ½”.
Thank you for your question.
Generally, the Pulk Sled is designed in such a way that small trail obstructions (rocks, sticks, etc.) are not a problem, and due to the specifically designed shape of the sled and slickness of the bottom material, it should be able to maneuver over these obstructions without issue. However, it's ability to do so will obviously depend on the size, shape and orientation of the obstruction. Generally though, the Pulk Sled has no problem sliding over granite, and due to it's extremely strong design, will not be affected adversely by the sharp rock.
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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