Storing Your Sled with Care: How to Pass Down Your Family's Winter Adventures

Storing Your Sled with Care: How to Pass Down Your Family's Winter Adventures

As the weather warms, it's time to think about storing your sled until next season. By passing on these storage tips from generation to generation, you can ensure that your family's sled remains a treasured heirloom for years to come.


Prepping Your Sled for Storage

First things first, give your sled a good clean. Get the kids involved in wiping down any dirt or debris that's accumulated during your winter adventures. Take care to use a soft brush or cloth so you don't scratch or damage the sled. While you're at it, check for any damage and get it repaired before storing the sled away. And don't forget about your toboggan cushions! If they're old and flat, it might be time to get some new ones so you're ready for next year.

Now your sled is ready to go! Store in a cool, dry place, like your garage or shed, away from direct sunlight and dampness.

Keep the Spirit of Sledding Alive All Year Long

Just because the snow has melted and your sled is stored away doesn't mean you can't continue to enjoy the spirit of sledding all year long. It might be too warm for puffer jackets and scarves, but we have gear perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and walking.

Like our Field Toboggan Hat—a classic waxed cotton cap that handles any weather, even those spring and summer showers. Enjoying a chilly evening stargazing by the campfire? Make your evening last longer with a soft and cozy zip-up Toboggan Hoodie. Or grab your favorite drink in your Toboggan Mug and enjoy the sunrise or sunset with friends and family.

Northern Toboggan Mug and Hoodie

At Northern Toboggan, we're passionate about helping families create and preserve memories. We hope these tips and gear suggestions inspire you to keep the tradition of sledding alive in your family.


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