Deals on gear to keep you riding all winter long
When it comes to finding deals on snowmobile gear and accessories, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are awfully hard to beat. These are some of the busiest shopping days of the year and the snowmobile world is no exception. We’ve already found a great collection of deals and as we inch closer to the holiday season, we will be scouring the internet for the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales in existence.
What Black Friday and Cyber Monday Snowmobile Deals Are Available?
Black Friday and Cyber Monday snowmobile aren’t terribly useful if all they offer are some oddball items you don’t really need. Fortunately, every year we’ve been able to find sweet deals on helmets, goggles, jackets, bibs, shop tools, and other goodies we’d love to find under the tree on Christmas morning.
As new deals start to arrive, we will add more of them to the list below. For the time being, we’ve got a few to get you started so you can surprise your favorite snowmobiler this year.
Ratchet Straps – 37% Off
A good set of ratchet straps is essential for anybody who has to haul their snowmobile to the trails in their truck or trailer. These AUGO ratchet straps only $22 and have a 1500-pound break strength. The kit includes four 15-foot ratcheting straps with rubber-coated S hooks, and a pair of bungee cords.
Magellan TRX7 CS GPS – 26% off
Take your off-road game to the next level with the Magellan TRX7 CS GPS navigator. Available now for $140 off MSRP, this device comes loaded with 115,000 4WD, ATV, motorcycle and snowmobile trails and has a built-in 5MP camera.
Remote Control Snowmobile – 34% Off
If a new snowmobile isn’t a financial possibility…you can at least get a toy snowmobile. This KidzTech 1:6 scale remote control snowmobile comes with interchangeable skis (with or without wheels), control distance of 114 feet, top speed of 3.7 mph, and is more than $42 off MSRP right now.
Heated Socks – 20% Off
Cold toes something no snowmobiler likes to deal with. One simple and affordable way to fix that problem is with a pair of heated socks. These socks from Binnice are on sale for just $30 and they feature infrared heating elements to keep your toes warm even then the mercury plummets. Unlike some other heated socks that just have one temperature setting, these Binnice socks offer three different settings so you can find the one that suits you best.
Boot and Glove Dryer – 13% Off
Snow and slush are bound to get your boots and gloves wet. Rather than praying they will dry by morning, why not invest in a boot and glove dryer to help get the job done faster. This system uses forced air and lets you use heat or no heat to dry your wet gear. Not only is this the easiest way to dry off your gear, but it will also help keep them from smelling like an old gym locker. That’s a win-win.
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