Can't get enough of sledding by the time spring breaks through again? With the Ice Meister Slicer, you can zip down the big hills all year. It works like an ordinary sled when there's plenty of snow, but in summer, you bring the ice to the hill, mounted on the bottom of the sled.
How in the world do you do that? There are two molds, called Icers, you remove from the sled, fill with water and freeze. Then you attach the two slabs of ice on the bottom of the sled for summer sledding hijinks. By the way, this is either a very small ice mold, or you're going to need a big freezer.
While it looks like tons of fun, on a hot summer day, those blocks of ice might not last but a run or two down the hill before they've melted. Still, if this works, the puzzled looks on the faces of people in our local sled-hill park next summer might be worth the Slicer's $70 price.