Friday, November 9, 2012

Zipfy Mini Luge


Many states have already been inundated with snow for this season, and kids are out sledding and playing in the mounds of white powder. Here in KY we still wait, and so does our mini luge.

Zipfy understands the fun of snow with their Mini Luge! Much more than simply sledding, use the Zipfy Mini Luge and feel like an olympian!


This rugged plastic snow sled has a unique design allowing aged 5 and up (holds up to 250lbs) to grab ahold, take a seat and glide safely down the hill.
You steer simply by leaning to the side, stopping by putting down your heels into the snow. I will add photos once my kids are able to tear up the slopes.. well our backyard anyhow.

Engineered in Canada and Made in the USA.
Zipfy Classic comes in 9 different colors, one for each member of the family!

I was able to review a limited edition Canadiana67, and this is a beauty!! I can not wait for the snow and we can zip down the hill. There will be a war between the 8 people in our family I believe for use of it. I am pretty sure I am going to have order a few more for under the Christmas tree. Who wants a common sled when you can luge?











Check here on how to ride your Zipfy for the best results .
Find a store near you that sells Zipfy, or order online from Amazon

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Twitter @ZipfyMiniLuge

I received a zipfy mini luge in exchange for a honest review. All opinions expressed are solely my own.





3 comments:

  1. Looks like fun!!!

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  2. This is the first time I've known for sure what a luge is, lol. That does look fun!

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