Tag: gear

Easiest Way to Tow a Snowmobile

So while today's sleds are certainly more reliable than those of the past, the necessity for a good towing solution continues to exist. With that in mind, here is an overview of…

Winter 2019 Gear Reviews

A creative look at our Winter 2019 gear reviews. Check the links for the full reviews! What will keep you warm and dry this winter?

Essential Safety Gear for Mountain Sledders!

Here’s our list of key essential safety gear that every sledder should consider packing along for a ride in the mountains. We’ve broken the list down into three levels of priority, from…

Ortovox Transceiver Recall Issued for 3+ Model as Preventative Measure

An Ortovox transceiver recall has been issued for the brand’s Ortovox 3+ avalanche transceiver running version 2.1 software. All other Ortovox transceivers—and 3+ models running different software versions—are unaffected. The recall will…

Top 3 Best Avalanche Airbag Vests 2018

Avalanche airbag vests provide a couple of key advantages. Here are what we consider to be the top 3 best avalanche airbag vest options available for 2018!

10 Things a Real Mountain Sledder Would Never Do

Are you truly a real mountain sledder? Or just a willow-bashing wannabe, who happens to hit a hill every once in a while? Here are ten ways to find out.

FXR Elevation Dry-Link 2 PC Lite Monosuit Review: First Impression

The Elevation Dry-Link is called a monosuit, but it isn't really. It's two pieces (jacket and bibs) that zip fully together to form one. And from what I've seen so far with…

Why the F&*K do you not have avalanche rescue gear??

If you ride in the mountains without training and gear, then you are not a mountain sledder. I don't care what kind of hot-rod sled you own. Don't call yourself that. Being…

Avalanche Canada: Throttle Decisions Video Series

Avalanche Canada has produced an eight-part avalanche awareness video aimed at mountain sledders, named Throttle Decisions. The video series comes in response to the realization that there are two types of mountain sledders…

661 2010… speechless

Each year there are some new additions to every line on the market.  This year 661 has really stepped it up!  If you are the type of rider who is into body…