A Trip To Club Mech
Find out the cost of some basic services from your dealer, and get a gift certificate for a fall tune-up, a shock rebuild or clutch servicing.
What’s a better stocking stuffer than a foot? How about high-quality wool socks that will keep a snowmobiler happy all winter. The socks, in the $10 to $20 range per pair, are not itchy and will insulate no matter the conditions. Plus, they’re often machine washable and dryable.
A Polaris Dealership
It’s easier to afford one than you think — at least if it’s in miniature form. Department 56 makes an old-time dealership as a part of its Original Snow Village collection. It sells for $85.
See The Spark In Their Eyes
Nothing makes a snowmobiler’s days merrier and brighter than a full box of spark plugs. These are often a pain to find on the trail, and something that’s easy to forget about when not snowmobiling. A box for the truck is a swell present.
Do They Really Have It All?
We’re betting no. The manufacturers have branded merchandise that will make a gift-buyer’s head spin. Our personal favorites include: Polaris binoculars; official Arctic Cat duct tape; a radio-controlled MX Z (ZX chassis); and a bright blue teddy bear from Yamaha.