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2012 Gift Guide

24 top gifts your snowmobiler will love to see under the tree!

MotorFist’s Trophy Jacket

Your favorite rider can stand out at the next race or on the trails this season with MotorFist’s Trophy Jacket. This un-insulated shell jacket is made with wicking liner and fully taped waterproof seams throughout. The sleeves are fleece lined for greatly improved comfort in extreme temperatures. This jacket is waterproof, windproof and very breathable. Sizes S-2XL. Cost is $199.99 US and $239.99 CA. More info:, 877-FIST-411

Castle’s Ladies Crystal Bliss Jacket

Just wrap this new jacket from Castle up with a bow to make your favorite female rider happy this holiday season. The jacket is made with soft-touch nylon outer shell that features a durable water repellent coating to guard against water and staining. It is windproof and breathable. Castle Cold Shield Plus insulation and fleece-lined collar and cuffs make the jacket extra warm. Sizes S-2XL. Cost is $249.95. More info:
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The perfect gift for the little snowmobiler
Arctiva’s Comp 7 Youth Insulated Jacket
For the family’s younger riders, Arctiva has the Comp 7 Youth Insulated Jacket. This jacket is durable and waterproof. All seams are sealed to ensure waterproof integrity. A DWR protected shell repels stains and moisture too. Fleece-lined hand warmer pockets will keep their little hands extra toasty. Sizes 3-16. Cost is $135. More info:

Boondockers 9 DVD

Due to a lack of snow this year, Boondockers crew logged thousands of miles chasing storms and new locations. The riders were pushed further into the backcountry in search of deep snow. This year’s film includes: Chris Burandt, Keith Curtis, Dan Gardiner, Geoff “Phatty” Dyer, Stephen Darcy and Adam Onasch. Cost is $24.95. More info:

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