Canadian-made wooden Torpedo sled (Zellers, 1245 Dupont, 416-531-5704, and others, $39.97) fits two kids. And the rear safety rail makes it ideal for dragging your kids around the city.
Snow Wizzard ( Zellers, $39.99) is reminiscent of the old-skool GT Snowracer, with a hydraulic front ski to navigate rough terrain. This colourful and tough little puppy seats one. For the speed freaks.
Snow-Spinner (Toys R Us, 2300 Yonge, 416-322-1599, and others, $45.99) has room for three kiddlie-winks. This inflatable 64-inch tube is perfect for twirling 360s but isn't recommended for those with wimpy stomachs. Great for gliding over rough ground.
The H20! ho ho 48-inch contour sled (Canadian Tire, 2129 St. Clair West, 416-766-8141, and others, $9.99) fits one adult or two kids. Sturdy (it's made of plastic) but without cushioning, it's a little hard on your bum.
The good ol' Krazy Karpet (Home Hardware, 556 College, 416-923-7128, and others, $1.99) still has a good ol' low price. How many products can you name that cost the same as they did 15 years ago?Wooden 2-in-1 Torpedo sled and toboggan ( Zellers, $44.99). Rip around the city with your kids in tow or push them down a steep hill on this little guy.
Wanna go fast? The Sportek Snow Saucer ( Zellers, $14.99) is a non-metallic, lightweight speed machine. Its nylon exterior makes it slick, while the foam interior provides comfort for a smooth yet dizzying ride.
Azzpads (Hogtown Extreme Sports, 401 King West, 416-598-4148, $59.95) have a great name and a great aim -- to protect your tailbone from injury while snowboarding (recommended for beginners), ice skating and sledding. Wear this ass pad under snowpants while enjoying any winter activity, or use it as a toboggan if your spooky saucer ends up lost in the woods.
Frat boys, listen up. There is a purpose for the large stack of pizza boxes stuffed under your bed and taking over the desk where your computer used to sit. Why waste a couple of beer bucks ona Krazy Karpet when you can engineer your own?