Northern Sled Works
custom-fabricates sleds ideal
for winter camping, trapping,
wood hauling, expeditions,
and general freighting duties.
These sleds are constructed
of UV resistant Ultra High
Molecular Weight (UHMW)
polyethylene, which is highly
durable and performs well
under extreme arctic
conditions.  Northern Sled
Works produces several
types of sleds, to
accommodate various
Siglin Sleds are
tough yet flexible sleds
designed to be towed behind
a snowmobile.  Their proven
design has been tested over
tens of thousands of miles in
the Arctic and Antarctic over
the last twenty years.  
Fox Sleds feature higher
sides with a flexible design
similar to that of a Siglin
Siglin pulks are a
lightweight, smaller variation
of the Siglin Sled.  They are
perfect for skijorers, mountain
climbers and hunters.   A
variety of
Custom Sleds are
also offered, including our
proven Recovery Skis,  as
well as 20' and longer
heavy-duty freight sleds.  Call
us with details of your
requirements, and we'll do
our best to fabricate a custom
sled that will meet your needs.

Northern Sled Works has
developed a reputation for
excellence in product
reliability and customer
Contact us for
ordering and shipping
Reliable solutions
to all your arctic freighting needs.
Important:  All sleds are designed for hauling freight only.  They are not intended for hauling people.
Store all sleds out of direct sunlight.  Keep covered when not in use.
P.O. Box 61171 Fairbanks, AK 99706     (c) Northern Sled Works, Inc. 2016  All Rights Reserved     Warranty   Contact Us
Authorized Dealers

Barney's Sports Chalet
Anchorage, AK   (907) 561-5242

Arctic Coast Trading
Barrow, AK   (907) 852-7717

Delta Power Sports
Delta Jctn, AK   (907) 895-2006

SW Salvage
Dillingham, AK    (907) 842-1281

Alaska Snowmobile Fun Center
Fairbanks, AK   (907) 452-3455

Beaver Sports
Fairbanks, AK   (907) 479-2494

Northern Power Sports
Fairbanks, AK   (907) 452-2762

Outpost Alaska
Fairbanks, AK   (907) 456-3265

Reed's Snowmachine & Marine
Fairbanks, AK   (907) 479-8122

M & H Variety Store
Koliganek, AK  (907) 596-3451

K. I. C. Hardware
Kotzebue, AK  (907) 442-6100

Wilderness Ski-Doo
Nome, AK   (907) 443-5519

Iron Dog Outfitters
Tok, AK   (907) 883-5670

Wasilla Arctic Cat
Wasilla, AK   (907) 376-5845

AC Company
Ask at your local AC store

Up North Adventures
Whitehorse, YT   (867) 667-7035

Overlander Sports
Yellowknife, NT   (867) 873-2474

Lloyd Binder
Inuvik, NT   (867) 777-6340

Yellowstone Arctic Yamaha
West Yellowstone, MT (406) 646-9636
Germany   +49 (0) 8858-7723010

Why buy from Northern Sled
Works or an authorized dealer?

Northern Sled Works, Inc. is an
established business, licensed
and insured, with 20 years in the
industry. Our experience and
commitment to producing quality
products shows in our attention
to detail, hand-making each sled
one at a time with top of the line
UV-resistant UHMW that is made
in the USA. We have never used
(and will never use) inferior
regrind UHMW products for our
sleds. Northern Sled Works also
offers a broad selection of
original models, with the added
option of customizing your sled to
your particular needs. Choosing a
genuine Northern Sled Works
sled gives you the benefit of our
warranty: we stand behind our
sleds, and if necessary, will
quickly make any needed repairs.
Welcome to the 2016 - 2017 Season!
Congratualtions to David Johnston on winning both the Susitna 100 and
the Iditarod Trail Invitational for the second year in a row with a Siglin Pulk!

At the 2016 Susita 100 starting line with his lightweight racing pulk.
Photo courtesy of David Johnston.
We are kicking off our 20th season building custom sleds
in Fairbanks, Alaska!

To celebrate our anniversary year, we are offering limited quantities of two
Special Edition models:
BLUE Siglin Pulks and BLUE 8' Cross Fox Sleds.
Get yours before they're gone!
Transporting drilling equipment near Summit Station Greenland.
Photo courtesy of Jay Johnson.
Catching up and celebrating the anniversary with Roger Siglin,
explorer and original designer of the Siglin Sled.
A full load of TGIs making the 105-mile trip from Barrow to Wainwright, Alaska.
Photo courtesy of Jerry Ahmaogak.
Northern Sled Works was featured in the August 19, 2016 Fairbanks
Daily Newsminer:
Fairbanks sled maker slides into success