Arguably the best item you can carry in your gym bagReview by AK
I have the Butcher and a Sorinex Reversa steel sled so I pretty much have my bases covered in terms of sleds except when I am traveling, there is snow on the ground, or I want to work out in my company gym. Enter the magic carpet sled. It works exactly as advertised and the use of a strap to tie down weights rather than a pole as on most steel sleds means you can get more creative in terms of loading e.g. I have used it with 45-lb plates, dumbbells, kettlebells, sandbags and children.| Review For: Magic Carpet Sleds
Aside from the terrific portability, I think it's other key advantage is that one can use it in any public park or public space or gym and it will raise far less concern that you are ripping apart the grass (or carpet) than a substantial steel sled. It is just a large broad square of fabric and even with a lot of weight on it, it just looks more innocuous than a 40 lb cast iron sled.
I can't really think of any significant ways to improve it. The sled shows cosmetic wear even after the first round of dragging (black color wears off quickly) on grass. But it had no significant functional wear. I think for many people it could well be the only sled they need unless they plan to drag on concrete or asphalt or gravel. Perhaps if it came with a 20ft drag strap for the same price - I might consider it a great deal.