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Otter 1 (old style) sled canvas?

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A friend of mine gave me his Otter sled and it is the old original style. I've already got an older Otter sled with the purple canvas and I've really enjoyed using it these many years. I'd like to get another original otter skin canvas so I could use this other sled when my dad goes with me. The sled is in great shape and has hardly been used.

Any ideas? I've tried calling Otter, but they couldn't help. Looked on Ebay with no luck either.

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Canvas crafts in Ramsey and Rogers. They are a sponsor of this site.

Sorry, for some reason, the URL link command is down. If you go to, you will find out more.

I go to the Ramsey location and have been talking with Eric. Tell them you heard of them off of FM. cool.gif

They made the original Otterskin for the Otter sleds, before Otter started making them. they are pretty well priced as well.

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