Pulks are made up of a sled, poles (traces) and a harness specifically designed for skiers to pull. Our ski pulks are also designed to prevent injury or equipment failure due to falls (which are common with skiing down hill). They are also also be called sledges, gear sleds, and nordic sleds.
On April 1, 1973. Gary Neptune first opened the doors to his little shop in the university town of Boulder, Colorado. In the beginning, the shop primarily repaired climbing and ski boots, and also installed edges on wooden skis and re-shafted ice axes.