Best snowmobile products – what are my choices for best snowmobile products for your snowmobile tour or snowmobile vacation? How much research should you do before buying something for your snowmobile? Is it worth getting a helmet made for snowmobile riding or will a motorcycle one do?
These are all questions I’ve been asked. Over the years, I’ve tried and tested a huge variety and quality of paraphernalia for snowmobile reviews, some good, some bad and some exceptional. So exceptional in fact, that I’ve made these best snowmobiling products a regular part of my snowmobile life on snow trails and here they in alphabetical order.
Best Snowmobile Products List…
Ski Doo Accessories
My Ski-Doo sled is a dream for touring because I add many comfort accessories like the highest available windshield, wind deflectors, handle bar muffs, heated seat, fuel caddy, mirrors, knee pads and more.
I wear a Tekvest under my snowmobile jacketas upper body protection just in case. It provides extra warmth and some back support too. It’s a must-have on my best snowmobile products list. Check out my review.
Since I started wearing Baffin Polar Series boots, my feet have never been cold. That’s why they made my best snowmobile products list. Comfortable, warm, durable and a variety of styles for men and women. Check out my review.
The Ski-Doo BV2S helmet provides a sealed, self-regulating environment that virtually eliminates fogging and wind or water penetration. The helmet is good for eyeglass wearers and with the visor up and jaw piece down, you can talk, eat or smoke easily.
The SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger provides peace of mind, sending a distress signal and GPS coordinates to emergency responders. With SPOT, I can also send a regular OK message and even store waypoints to track progress.
Dermal Therapy is a non-greasy, fragrance-free product that actively restores moisture and repairs skin when cold temperatures and dry atmosphere cause dryness, chapping or cracking.
I ride Ski-Doo snowmobiles because they’ve got the rider forward position, handling and suspension combination nailed. Plus, their choice of 2-stroke ETEC and 4-stroke 4TEC or ACE models deliver the fuel and oil economy I need. Plus, their touring accessories are second to none.
Woody’s traction products (studs and carbides) give me peace of mind, better control and the durability to last longer over many kilometres of riding. I’ve never lost a stud or had a problem and they’ve saved my bacon on some mighty icy corners and hills. Check out my review.
Both Marsha and I wear FXR snowmobile suits because they’re the best made, most snowmobiler-friendly suits available – and Canadian too! Waterproof, breathable, windproof and warm, FXR has lots of neat features like zip-out liners, multiple vents, magnetic front flap and bright colours so I am very visible on the trail. Definitely one of my best snowmobile products. Check out my review.
Sled Tie Downs
This nifty snowmobile securing system called Tie Down Boss works great. They meet or exceed government regulations and do a great job of holding my sleds in place on the trailer. Check out my review.
My easy towing Triton trailer keeps on rolling no matter how many kilometres I drive each winter. No rust, no loose parts, no signs of wear and tear, just reliable hauling, Triton is a premium product, but well worth the investment for a product that will last longer than you do. Check out my best snowmobile products review.
Steal Shield is a steel sleeve that slides and locks over the entire hitch coupler of my trailer to prevent theft when I leave it parked on its own.
Woolpower is made with a soft, comfy and non-irritating blend of merino wool that retains warm air around your body and wicks chill-causing moisture away from your skin very efficiently. See my review.
The tips and advice in this blog are the opinions of the author, may not work in every situation and are intended only for the convenience and interest of the reader, who has the personal responsibility to confirm the validity, accuracy and relevancy of this information prior to putting it to their own use.