Outdoor Tuff OTF-10560SS Large Fish House Ski - $275
59 x 16 x 15 inches
Outdoor Tuff brings you the perfect solution for safely and easily moving your fish/ice house through large amounts of snow with the Outdoor Tuff Large Fish House Ski.
This pair of skis is the ideal way to get your fish house through the snow and off of the lake. Gone are the days of struggling to pull your ice house through layers of snow!
Now you can simply put your fish/ice house on Outdoor Tuff's skis easily pull your fish/ice house through those layers of snow. Just strap the wheels to the Outdoor Tuff skis and drive away!
The skis will even save the suspension of your fish house as you drive over ice ruts. Constructed entirely of heavy-duty 14 gauge steel with 3/4" tubing, these skis are durable and tough so that they can safely tackle the task of moving your fish/ice house.
The powder-coat finish even resists rusting. At 60" long, these skis are the perfect size for fish/ice houses larger in size. The inside of the skis measures 10.5" for the tire width, allowing you to use the skis for a wide variety of different tire sizes.
The pair of skis even transports easily and the pair weighs only 95 lbs. and the skis even feature wear rods! The drive-on design makes using the skis easy and painless, enabling you to spend less time struggling to move your fish house and more time enjoying the great outdoors.
- Safely and easily pull your fish/ice house out of layers of snow with Outdoor Tuff's Large Fish House Ski pair
- drive-on design allows you to painlessly transport your fish house through the snow
- Saves the suspension on your fish house when driving over ice ruts
- constructed of heavy-duty 14 gauge steel with 3/4" tubing to give you a tough, durable, and reliable product that even resists rusting with a powder-coat finish
- Both skis are 60" long and have an inside width of 10.5" for the tire width, making the skis ideal for a wide variety of different fish/ice house sizes
- Transports easily at only 95 lbs. for the pair and features wear rods on the skis