I think we all experience a realization this weekend, the freedom to which these sleds provide us as skiers and snowboarders. So we packed up the truck and rolled 4 deep, embarking on a 2 day smelly boys trip with the only goal of making sure our riding time exceeding our drive time. Out in the PNW the snowpack is rather thin so traveling to get some action was the best call. A new place, with new terrain, a foundational group dynamic, and minimal expenses is exactly what went down. Comparing expenses, this exact trip with all things the same but taking out the snowmobile with gas and replacing it with a nearby resort and we’d be $175 more in the hole per person. Thankful to be on the right side of things.
Who’s headed out this weekend? Tag some mates who need to blow off chores and go riding.
I don’t see any ice or snow build up on those running boards, do you?
Cheap insurance to keep your tunnel protected and shedding water would be utilization of the Tunnel Guards we built out with @arcticfxgraphics which are ultra thick and shed water and snow so fast it doesn’t even have time to build up.
That means saving your boot soles from constant snow clearing all day and eliminates that delightful morning ice chipping. Why? Well nothing sticks to closed cell laminates; of course that’s what it is made of.
Peel it off when you sell your machine and you’ve got a pretty sled to protect resale. Boom boom.
This makes us warm and fuzzy. Nice to be skiing and shredding while there’s frothers waiting for chairs to spin. Bruh, my chair spins at 6700
Dylan with a proper build out in Jackson Wyoming. One mean green machine right there.
Team Rider @screamincmon with a proper sled build, slick rick @montuckycoldsnacks graphic by @arcticfxgraphics and a murdered out Mo Pros Rack on the back. It’s pretty sick to start seeing tech builds from Corey as he continues to fully embrace both snowmobiles and skiing to meet his seasonal goals as an athlete.
The other side of brackets off because I didn’t want to constantly carry other people’s gear on photo shoots and projects“ Quotes professional photographer @the_schwartz .
Which begs the only question: You gunna keep passing off your stuff and piggy backing on your crew who’s rocking Mo Pros racks this coming season?
Where you going? Anywhere and everywhere in between 🏔 This photo speaks for it’s self.
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