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  • Snolo Sled - Front.
  • Snolo Sled - Back.
  • Snolo Sled - Side.
  • Snolo Sled - Side.


Main Shell

  • Construction - Carbon Fibre
  • Length 858mm
  • Width 494mm
  • Height 250mm
  • Total sled weight 8.8kg (18.7 lbs)

Front Ski

  • Construction - Carbon Fibre
  • Length 692mm
  • Width 180mm





Features of the Stealth-X

  • Stunning carbon fiber monocoque construction provides incredible strength.
  • Replaceable aluminum runners for knife edge performance.
  • Narrow runners, wide front ski and deep-dish body shell allow for seamless transition between powder and hard pack snow.
  • Adjustable foot pegs to suit your height.
  • Adjustable front ski so you can choose the handling characteristics.
  • Safety lap belt that doubles as backpack straps.
  • Easily removable front ski that slots into the rear for ‘backpack mode’.
  • F1 style seating position.
  • Versatile steering system allows for sitting upright to steer or lean into the corners like a GP motorcycle.

Stealth-X Riding Tips

  1. Deep powder is the easiest surface to learn on with the Stealth-X. It provides a more stable and softer ride that makes carving smoother and more predictable. Compact snow and icy surfaces provide an incredibly fast run, but carving requires a much higher level of skill.
  2. Do not lean too far back. Leaning back too far causes the front ski to lift and reduces your control of steering. An upright seating position is best while building your skill and confidence.
  3. Practice on smaller slopes to get used to the handling characteristics of the Stealth-X. The steeper the slope, the faster the ride, so build your skill level first.
  4. Use the lap belt. Strapping yourself in makes the base of the sled move in time with your body and gives a far more responsive ride than trying to hold onto the sides. Holding onto the sides slows the response time for leaning.
  5. Once you have mastered slower riding skills, try adjusting the ski to change the handling characteristics to suit your riding style. The instructions to do this can be found in the User Manual.