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-Making sure that you take the time to pick out a great snow sled and one the suits you best, will make snow sledding an awesome experience.

-Decide what type of terrain and about how often the snow sled will be ridden before purchasing, so you can determine the best snow sled for you and your family. Snow sleds are generally made out of wood, metal, or durable plastic, all of which can be used in the snow. However, depending on the overall construction, a snow sled can definitely vary in quality.

-Snow sleds generally vary in size by inches and it is important to know how tall the kids or adults are who will be riding it. The purchase of your snow sled should vary depending on how tall the largest person is.

-While steering and braking mechanisms may be important on snow sleds for use on steep, busy hills, they are only a nuisance on gentle slopes or snow banks in the backyard. When looking to buy a snow sled consider where you will be riding it to ensure you get the best use out of it.

Snow Sled Maintenance

-Check at screws, bolts and ropes on your snow sled before riding every time to ensure that nothing will come loose while riding.

-Make sure to rinse off any dirt or mud that may be left on your snow sled after a days worth of riding. This will preserve the quality of your snow sled and maintain how slick the bottom of your sled is.

Daniel Urmann is a contributor and author for the website Snow Sleds.