Roger Siglin revolutionized backcountry winter travel beginning in 1991 by supplying the market with his flat-style sled made of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW). These sleds have proven extremely durable and unaffected by temperatures down to -60 F. Since then, hundreds of freight sleds and skijoring pulks have been sold to skiers, mountain climbers, snowmachiners, and others. Siglin’s winter camping excursions that stretched across thousands of miles of Alaska and Canada wilderness are legendary, and have proven the durability and strength of this sled design.
Standard Siglin model measures 32″ x 9’6″ tip-to-tail, and has a flat inside bottom measuring 24″ x 8′.SHIPPING
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Airframes specializes in providing the right sled for any job, and offers a wide range of customization options and upgrades. Some upgrades, including stern plates, runners, and top rails, are custom-fit to the sled during the manufacturing process and may not be able to be installed later.
For quotes on upgrades or custom designs, contact us (907) 331-4480.