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New 2015 Arctic Cat Snowmobile Gear


(11/26/2014)

 

Arctic Cat Expedition Rack for snowmobiles. Posted by ArcticInsider.com

NEW EXPEDITION RACK FROM ARCTIC CAT

Constructed from rugged powder-coated steel, the new Expedition Rack from Arctic Cat is a versatile platform for carrying extra adventure gear. Working in tandem with the accessory 8-pocket Hitch Kit, the Expedition Rack features a quick-attach mount for simple and swift deployment. The rack features mounts for accessory Hard Saddlebags and also works in conjunction with the 2-up Seat Kit. It’s available in Black and fits Arctic Cat XF models with a flat tunnel. The MSRP is $189.95 U.S./$219.95 Canada.

Women's Backcountry Jacket from Arctic Cat.

NEW WOMEN’S BACKCOUNTRY JACKET FROM ARCTIC CAT

The new women’s Backcountry Jacket from Arctic Cat is engineered for maximum comfort and versatility, with a slimmer and lighter-weight fit that’s ideal for aggressive riding. It’s constructed with a Teflon-treated nylon shell with a two-layer membrane fabric that’s waterproof and breathable. Fully taped seams work in concert with a removable internal waist snow skirt and adjustable neoprene cuffs featuring interior Lycra® cuff thumbholes for maximum protection from the elements. Zippered underarm and back vents match the adjustable bottom draw cord to deliver custom airflow, while 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material provides enhanced reflectivity. It’s available in XS – 2XL sizes with an MSRP starting at $299.95 U.S./$349.95 Canada.

 

Men's Arctic Cat Backcountry Jacket. Posted by ArcticInsider.com

NEW MEN’S BACKCOUNTRY JACKET FROM ARCTIC CAT

Enjoy the warmth, dryness and versatility of the new men’s Backcountry Jacket from Arctic Cat. It features a slimmer, lightweight fit for aggressive riding, with a Teflon-treated nylon shell and a two-layer waterproof and breathable membrane to keep riders dry. Its adjustable neoprene cuffs featuring interior Lycra cuff thumbholes are matched by fully taped seams and a removable internal waist snow skirt to deliver maximum protection from the elements. Riders can customize their comfort with zippered underarm and back vents, plus the adjustable bottom draw cord. Five zippered pockets offer ample storage, while hi-viz 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material provides enhanced reflectivity in low light conditions. It’s available in S – 3XL and Tall sizes with an MSRP starting at $299.95 U.S./$349.95 Canada.

 

Arctic Cat Sport Muffs. Posted by ArcticInsider.com

NEW SPORT MUFFS FROM ARCTIC CAT

Enjoy the added warmth and lightweight design of the new handlebar Sport Muffs from Arctic Cat. Their semi-rigid design holds its shape against the wind, yet flexes enough to use with a full range of windshield styles. They attach securely in seconds with Velcro straps, without the need for additional mounting hardware. They fit on all ProCross and ProClimb models. The MSRP is $49.95 U.S./$57.95 Canada.



Comments (15):

Kimelaiza says:
10/9/2015 3:18:00 AM

Thanks, kid. I just bought a 2013 RT just like the one you ssoacwhe. Your video saved me from having to read the owners manual! ? Really well done and very informative. It is a freakin' great car!
Kimelaiza says:
10/9/2015 3:18:00 AM

Thanks, kid. I just bought a 2013 RT just like the one you ssoacwhe. Your video saved me from having to read the owners manual! ? Really well done and very informative. It is a freakin' great car!
Kimelaiza says:
10/9/2015 3:18:00 AM

Thanks, kid. I just bought a 2013 RT just like the one you ssoacwhe. Your video saved me from having to read the owners manual! ? Really well done and very informative. It is a freakin' great car!
Undine says:
10/11/2015 6:00:00 AM

When I was little, we had a liarbry table with a globe and atlases on top, and National Geographics all along the front and back shelves, with the back shelf against the wall containing the magazines with white covers and hand-tinted pictures. I used to lie on the floor under the table and read for hours and hours on end. My mother, being wise, never discouraged me.As an adult, I have inherited that table. I was the only one who really cared about it, anyhow. It has all my geography related books in it, and atlases on top. On top, it will have a good globe (I'm still trying to decide which one(s) I want), and eventually, an orrery. Every child I know will have free access to those shelves, as I had to them as a child. http://syolatu.com [url=http://rqcsglq.com]rqcsglq[/url] [link=http://kzsmogej.com]kzsmogej[/link]
Undine says:
10/11/2015 6:00:00 AM

When I was little, we had a liarbry table with a globe and atlases on top, and National Geographics all along the front and back shelves, with the back shelf against the wall containing the magazines with white covers and hand-tinted pictures. I used to lie on the floor under the table and read for hours and hours on end. My mother, being wise, never discouraged me.As an adult, I have inherited that table. I was the only one who really cared about it, anyhow. It has all my geography related books in it, and atlases on top. On top, it will have a good globe (I'm still trying to decide which one(s) I want), and eventually, an orrery. Every child I know will have free access to those shelves, as I had to them as a child. http://syolatu.com [url=http://rqcsglq.com]rqcsglq[/url] [link=http://kzsmogej.com]kzsmogej[/link]
Undine says:
10/11/2015 6:00:00 AM

When I was little, we had a liarbry table with a globe and atlases on top, and National Geographics all along the front and back shelves, with the back shelf against the wall containing the magazines with white covers and hand-tinted pictures. I used to lie on the floor under the table and read for hours and hours on end. My mother, being wise, never discouraged me.As an adult, I have inherited that table. I was the only one who really cared about it, anyhow. It has all my geography related books in it, and atlases on top. On top, it will have a good globe (I'm still trying to decide which one(s) I want), and eventually, an orrery. Every child I know will have free access to those shelves, as I had to them as a child. http://syolatu.com [url=http://rqcsglq.com]rqcsglq[/url] [link=http://kzsmogej.com]kzsmogej[/link]
Dario says:
10/13/2015 1:51:00 AM

Stephen--I've also got the Ibrahim Ferrer album as well as a couple of the other Buena Viata Social Club retaeld albums and the DVD. Love that music, but haven't tried writing to it yet.I keep my liquour stocked downstairs, but it doesn't get touched too often. My bottle of Grand Marnier is about to run out cause I use that more than anything else-- I like to mix it with my brandy. Guess when I go to Costco this weekend I should get another bottle to get ready for your visit. Maybe I need to get two bottles.And you can run and tattle on me to Hemingway and Steinbeck if you want to --- I don't think they'll hear you. Heck, you can even tell Kerouac. If it weren't for the food and liquour being downstairs I probably wouldn't get any exercise. http://avurlfof.com [url=http://epykiwvj.com]epykiwvj[/url] [link=http://mbqhfg.com]mbqhfg[/link]
Dario says:
10/13/2015 1:51:00 AM

Stephen--I've also got the Ibrahim Ferrer album as well as a couple of the other Buena Viata Social Club retaeld albums and the DVD. Love that music, but haven't tried writing to it yet.I keep my liquour stocked downstairs, but it doesn't get touched too often. My bottle of Grand Marnier is about to run out cause I use that more than anything else-- I like to mix it with my brandy. Guess when I go to Costco this weekend I should get another bottle to get ready for your visit. Maybe I need to get two bottles.And you can run and tattle on me to Hemingway and Steinbeck if you want to --- I don't think they'll hear you. Heck, you can even tell Kerouac. If it weren't for the food and liquour being downstairs I probably wouldn't get any exercise. http://avurlfof.com [url=http://epykiwvj.com]epykiwvj[/url] [link=http://mbqhfg.com]mbqhfg[/link]
Dario says:
10/13/2015 1:52:00 AM

Stephen--I've also got the Ibrahim Ferrer album as well as a couple of the other Buena Viata Social Club retaeld albums and the DVD. Love that music, but haven't tried writing to it yet.I keep my liquour stocked downstairs, but it doesn't get touched too often. My bottle of Grand Marnier is about to run out cause I use that more than anything else-- I like to mix it with my brandy. Guess when I go to Costco this weekend I should get another bottle to get ready for your visit. Maybe I need to get two bottles.And you can run and tattle on me to Hemingway and Steinbeck if you want to --- I don't think they'll hear you. Heck, you can even tell Kerouac. If it weren't for the food and liquour being downstairs I probably wouldn't get any exercise. http://avurlfof.com [url=http://epykiwvj.com]epykiwvj[/url] [link=http://mbqhfg.com]mbqhfg[/link]
Kim says:
12/19/2015 6:16:00 PM

Rand's fantasy is my retilay. In spite of the fact that the US gummint has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars educating me in physics, math and law, I have worked only 19 weeks per year since age 24, 41 years ago, when I first read and adored Rand.So I now collect Social Security, renovate houses and build cabinets, escaping income and FICA taxes entirely. Far cry from the rocket science I did in 1969. Big loss to the country and an even bigger loss if a foreign country were to hire me to design rockets, free of outrageous taxes.The biggest loss to the USSA will occur when all our young scientists read Rand and figure out they'd be better off working in India, China and Brazil. Many have already left.
Kim says:
12/19/2015 6:16:00 PM

Rand's fantasy is my retilay. In spite of the fact that the US gummint has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars educating me in physics, math and law, I have worked only 19 weeks per year since age 24, 41 years ago, when I first read and adored Rand.So I now collect Social Security, renovate houses and build cabinets, escaping income and FICA taxes entirely. Far cry from the rocket science I did in 1969. Big loss to the country and an even bigger loss if a foreign country were to hire me to design rockets, free of outrageous taxes.The biggest loss to the USSA will occur when all our young scientists read Rand and figure out they'd be better off working in India, China and Brazil. Many have already left.
Kim says:
12/19/2015 6:16:00 PM

Rand's fantasy is my retilay. In spite of the fact that the US gummint has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars educating me in physics, math and law, I have worked only 19 weeks per year since age 24, 41 years ago, when I first read and adored Rand.So I now collect Social Security, renovate houses and build cabinets, escaping income and FICA taxes entirely. Far cry from the rocket science I did in 1969. Big loss to the country and an even bigger loss if a foreign country were to hire me to design rockets, free of outrageous taxes.The biggest loss to the USSA will occur when all our young scientists read Rand and figure out they'd be better off working in India, China and Brazil. Many have already left.
Abdur says:
12/21/2015 12:44:00 PM

This project has been esiaer for me than I thought, too, since I've been thinking about it for a while now. I try to buy things on Etsy so amazing how much you can find there! I haven't been thrifting this month (though I went several times last month), and I want to go antiquing, but haven't had time . I do have some things that I can't prevent buying from the source (herbal supplies, etc.), but I'm trying really hard to find ways to repurpose items (for future products, perhaps), and I'm hoping to be able to grow a whole lot of my own herbs next summer! http://sxqycnah.com [url=http://apxtjvqwnev.com]apxtjvqwnev[/url] [link=http://jksigz.com]jksigz[/link]
Abdur says:
12/21/2015 12:44:00 PM

This project has been esiaer for me than I thought, too, since I've been thinking about it for a while now. I try to buy things on Etsy so amazing how much you can find there! I haven't been thrifting this month (though I went several times last month), and I want to go antiquing, but haven't had time . I do have some things that I can't prevent buying from the source (herbal supplies, etc.), but I'm trying really hard to find ways to repurpose items (for future products, perhaps), and I'm hoping to be able to grow a whole lot of my own herbs next summer! http://sxqycnah.com [url=http://apxtjvqwnev.com]apxtjvqwnev[/url] [link=http://jksigz.com]jksigz[/link]
Abdur says:
12/21/2015 12:44:00 PM

This project has been esiaer for me than I thought, too, since I've been thinking about it for a while now. I try to buy things on Etsy so amazing how much you can find there! I haven't been thrifting this month (though I went several times last month), and I want to go antiquing, but haven't had time . I do have some things that I can't prevent buying from the source (herbal supplies, etc.), but I'm trying really hard to find ways to repurpose items (for future products, perhaps), and I'm hoping to be able to grow a whole lot of my own herbs next summer! http://sxqycnah.com [url=http://apxtjvqwnev.com]apxtjvqwnev[/url] [link=http://jksigz.com]jksigz[/link]

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