Assled by Snowfeet* Explained: All You Need to Know About Assled

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I guess we don't have to introduce Assled by Snowfeet* anymore, you've certainly heard of it already. Oh, so you're here for the first time? You don't know what Assled is?

Alright, we've got you covered and we will serve you all the information you need to know in one place. If you're interested in the story behind Assled, we've shared the progress here.

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What do you want to know about Assled? We bet there are loads of questions running through your head. Don't worry, you're in the right place, as we are going to provide answers to any issues you might think of so that you can say hello to your new sledding buddy free from any worries.

Assled is the first bendable, foldable, light-weight and ... wait for it ... wearable sled in the whole world! You can take it on a trip with you in a backpack and once you see a nice downhill, you just pop it on and slide down! 

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So now you've got the basics, let's get a little bit deeper and have a look at the individual features and all the advantages this little-big sled has to offer.

What are the dimensions of Assled?

We bet you've wondered whether your Assled will fit you properly, whether everything is exactly where it is supposed to be and what size to choose. Lucky for you, Assled fits everyone. If you want to be ultra sure, then the dimensions are 86 x 41 x 2 cm (approximately 34 x 16 x 0.8 in). 

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If you are not using it, Assled, when folded, is 24 x 41 x 8 cm (approximately 9.5 x 16 x 3 in). Just the perfect size to pop it into your backpack or your designer handbag and head outside. 

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What is the weight of Assled?

Let your muscles rest when you're not using it for Assledding. The weight of Assled is only 1.3 kg (approximately 2.8 lb). Light as a feather, don't you think? 

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How do you fasten Assled to your body?

Don't pull your sled behind you, wear it! Just use the front leg straps to fasten it to your legs and a belt strap to fasten it around your waist. Hands-free, care-free!

 

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Is Assled good for 2 riders?

Assled will not let you down in any situation. Your friend needs a ride? You need a smooth pickup strategy? You've got too many children to keep busy? There is a single answer: invite them for an Assled ride with you! Assled will take you both wherever you desire to go (as long as it's downhill).

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What about size? Is Assled for Adults or Kids?

The size of Assled is friendly to everyone. No one can be too small or too big for Assled. Adults or kids, everyone is welcome for a ride. If you need specific measurements then the straps that go around your thighs can be extended up to 90 cm (35 in) and the strap around your waist up to 120 cm (47 in).

 

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How can I stop and turn with Assled?

Assled uses human-powered brakes and the wheel. Train your body to become a machine and stop or turn easily using your heels and hands. Have full control over your ride just using your physical skills. After this workout, you will no longer want to get sweaty in the gym.

 

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Will my butt hurt on Assled?

We know what parts of the body need special care. We've equipped the Assled with a soft protective pad so that you’ll get the comfort your precious parts deserve. For even more pampering, fold the Assled in half to get 2 layers of pad to create the perfect undercarriage for your rear end.

 

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Can the bottom of Assled tear?

Look, guys, we used only high-quality heavy-duty materials, but honestly, the base isn't made of metal, it's canvas, so if you slide over stones or other sharp objects, you might tear not only your Assled… Just make sure you slide on snow and you’ll be fine.

 

So, that's it, we got to the very end of our frequently asked questions about Assled. Is there any essential question that we are in no way able to guess? Pop it in the comments below!

 

 

 

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