Soft nasal plate
On the “Shaman's” sledge, the plate bends down and covers the front shield from the outside, providing cushioning when hitting a hard surface and injury safety in the event of a collision with animals (see photo No. 1).
The distance of the attachment point of the thrust is variable - provides additional maneuverability of the musher when driving it on a track on tracks with terrain of varying degrees of difficulty.
The pull comes out from the bottom up through one of the holes in the platform (the third hole from the nose is optimal) between the canopy and the platform, and can rotate in a certain sector without being attached to the nose of the sledge, thanks to which the sledge is very easy to turn over during sharp turns.