Kristoff's Sled was Kristoff's main form of transportation in Frozen and very important to his ice business, as it allowed him the ability to bring the ice that he and the other ice harvesters cut down in the village of Arendelle to be sold to markets. The sled is also where Kristoff stores his belongings.
Kristoff's sled was first seen at the pre-coronation festivities as Kristoff was selling ice to a market. It is seen again outside of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna as Kristoff explains to Oaken that he is an ice harvester.
After the trio head off, Anna explains her desire to "marry" Hans, even though they both just met that day. Kristoff argues about this, as he doesn't understand how a girl can marry someone she just met. The trio are then chased by a pack of wolves and are about to fall off a cliff, but Kristoff tosses Anna onto Sven's back and cuts the rope to the sled, causing them to jump to the other side safely.
However, Kristoff's sled, along with nearly all their supplies, falls to the bottom and catches fire (most likely from the sled's lantern). Kristoff looks sad and mentions to himself that he "just paid it off" before Anna pulls him up. Feeling bad about causing him to lose his sled and nearly killing the three of them, Anna tells Kristoff that she he will buy him a new sled and that he doesn't have to help her anymore. Kristoff is about to abandon her, but Sven "talks" to him (telling Kristoff that if he doesn't help Anna, she will die and he won't get his new sled if she's dead), and urges him to continue the journey with her. At the end of the movie, Anna gives Kristoff a new sled as she promised. He thanks her by kissing her on the lips, and they officially become a couple.
- Kristoff chastises Anna for dirtying the sled's "fresh lacquer" with her feet. Oddly enough, Sven does the exact same thing to the new sled.
- The new sled Anna gives to Kristoff at the end of the movie seems to have more accessories, including more room for ice and a cup holder.
- Additionally, Anna adds a new lute to his sled.