I used three 1"x3”x96" utility grade pine ($1.47 ea.) for the instructable. Better quality lumber would make a fancier sled. A salvaged hardwood pallet would be perfect for this project.
The tools used for the project were:
Tape measure, Jig saw, hand saw, rasp, hole saw, and a drill with countersink bit & screwdriver bit.
I pre-drilled and countersunk all of the screw holes and used deck and drywall screws to secure everything.
Step 1: Turn your downhill skis into a kicksled
Cut out with a jigsaw or handsaw. Fine tune with a rasp or belt sander. I used a rasp.
Insert these pieces into the ski bindings and snap down. Fine tune the fit using height adjustment screws on bindings for an exact fit.