This goofy but clever warm-weather sled will keep the spirit of winter alive until the snow falls again next season. No need for a slick, snowy surface; The Slicer ($70) provides its own, with a giant ice-cube tray that you freeze and attach to the sled’s bottom. Whamo—instant sledding on grass hills. You’ll have to fight your kids for the next ride down. icesled.com
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