SNOCRUISE will drive your
snowmobile for you, if we have to cross a road way.
will check with you often, after Orientation
to make sure your
is functioning properly.
will stop often if you wish, so you can
communicate with your friends and family!
is there when you get
is half the fun!
is always there at just the
right time to take some snaps for you that you can share with
If your feeling like you are
in over your head just wave!
is there to help!
always, when ever possible, tries to end our day
with a nice
We stop once in a while to check the fit and adjustment of
your gear and your snowmobile.
Know your needs and reserve
Here is the
3 FINGERED MITTS that we supply our customers with. More often than not
just a good insulated pair of gloves will do just fine when you are
snowmobiling...however all you need is some cooool weather conditions
and despite the extremely warm hand grips and strong aeronautics that
our sleds offer as built in protection and you will soon realize these 3
FINGERED MITTS have there place.
We have various sizes available.
First and foremost these Mitts are warm, they are able to provide
extra warmth over typical gloves because you can combine three or four
Why not just just use "mitts"? Control, very good
control of your snowmobile. An attentive rider is prepared for just
about anything at any time, one way to be prepared is the habit of
riding with one finger hanging over the brake lever. This is an
important habit to develop because the time it takes to go looking for
the brake lever, is usually all the time you have to get slowed down
safely to avoid a collision or obstruction in the snow. There was a time
when there was no reason to wear gloves or 3 FINGERED MITTS because it
took all you had for "finger strength" to get the snowmobile to react
and start slowing down. It was big news in the '90s when Arctic Cat
ONE FINGER hydraulic disk brake with a "Wilwood master cylinder and lever assembly". It was
big news when Yamaha introduced an equally responsive one finger brake
system on their '97 line up. This was big news in the '90s and brake
improvements and claimed brake improvements have continued since. For
years you could recognize the brand of snowmobile a guy rode by the
"mitts" he was wearing when he walked in from the cold!
SIGHTSEEING is one
thing, but are you fit enough to
participate in a cross country snowmobile ride?