Men's Snowmobile / Sled Gear Department

Men's Snowmobile Gear Department

Providing both snow and the challenge of the ride, cold weather is a part of snowmobiling that must be faced every time you hit the trails. Motorcycle Superstore and the men’s snowmobile gear department will have you ready for winter with gear that walks the line between providing warmth and keeping you cool as to not overheat. Look over top brands like Arctiva, Klim, HMK and Tour Master and find helmets, jackets, bibs/pants, boots, gloves and balaclavas that are lightweight, waterproof and made to shred snow berms.

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dan (kersey, PA)

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schampa stretch face mask

this thing is as thin as a handkerchief tied around your face by velcro, save your money!!

Adam (Kalispell, MT)

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Cool...

This is an awesome product. Looks cool, blocks bugs, and is surprisingly warm. I wear it with my skid lid and bobber gogs. No complaints. It gets my stamp of approval.

Roger (Crawfordville, FL)

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Zan Coolmax helmet liner

I have worn Zan helmet liners for several years. I find that they work very well under a modular helmet. I am very pleased with this product and recommend it.

Darryl (Maleny, QLD)

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Comfy suspenders

The elastic is wide which provides comfort and strength, however the rear clip often releases it's hold on my BMW Rallye trousers. Perhaps the trouser material is too slippery to grip, or perhaps the grip of the suspender clip is not strong enough. Either way, I'll need to do something agricultural to achieve the required result.

Brian (Waco, TX)

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Works Great - Very Convenient

It's so nice to be able to adjust the settings while you ride, with this wireless controller mounted on the handlebars with included velcro. Worked great for me, also nice to be able to swap between bikes.

Brian (Waco, TX)

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Awesome heated jacket!

Rode 90 miles in 25-35 degree weather in central Texas during the summer many times and this jacket kept me warm and content. Below 25* at 80mph, it won't keep you super toasty - but I don't imagine anything could. For those wondering (it was hard for me to find info), the jacket has wiring inside running through the sleeves out to the wrists for gloves or glove liners.

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