Women's Snowmobile / Sled Gear Department

Women's Snowmobile Gear Department

Conquer the snow and cold temperatures with the women’s snowmobile gear department at Motorcycle Superstore. Whether you’re looking for helmets, jackets, gloves, pants/bibs or heated gear, a selection of brands that includes Tour Master, HMK, Klim and Arctiva will have you geared up and ready for powder. And because snowmobiles are not only fast but heavy, prepare yourself with protection that ranges from neck braces to knee braces to chest and back armor.

Latest Reviews

CLS (Mesquite, TX)

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Couldn't work better!

This Balaclava (neck warmer) is one piece...better than those that Velcro in the back (they move around and can block your view) The price was great and it arrived within a few days......iIt fits under your helmet very well VERY PLEASED

Jaclyn (Wheeling, WV)

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Great for blocking wind on your neck

This balaclava does what it says-stops the wind. It covers your chin and helps keep it warm, and is long enough to go down in the top of your jacket. My husband used it for the first time the other day and said it made a world of difference (in about 50 degree weather).

Brad W. (WAKE FOREST, NC)

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Great Product

Great gloves at a perfect price point. I'd been looking for a good quality liner glove and this one fits the bill. I haven't had a chance to try it out in the Winter yet, but it fits perfectly in my Winter gloves.

Jeff (Johnson City , TN)

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Nice option

Have only used it once so far. Much safer was to adjust temperature while riding. Also provides more precise temperature control. Screws that hold battery back in place could be more substantial. Nice product overall.

Uriah (Houston, TX)

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Very breathable, slightly tight.

I have longer hair so I got this to keep my hair back while putting on my helmet and I'm a heavy sweater living in Houston so it helps keep the sweat off my forehead.

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