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New Snowmobile PG&A from Arctic Cat: August 2013


(8/23/2012)

Here's the latest batch of new snowmobile Parts, Garments and Accessories that Arctic Cat is promoting this month.

 

Arctic Cat Electric Start Kit for 2012 and 2013 ProCross and ProClimb

Engineered for quick starts and long-term durability, the new Electric Start Kit from Arctic Cat delivers turn-key convenience on all 2012 and 2013 Arctic Cat 800-class snowmobiles. The kit includes a high-torque starter motor, long-life battery and the necessary mounting hardware. The kit is available for 2012 and 2013 ProCross and ProClimb models, including F, XF and M800s.

The MSRP starts at $569.95 U.S./$654.95 Canada.

 

Arctic Cat X-Country Jacket

Built with a zip-out liner that can also be worn by itself, the new men’s X-Country Premium Jacket from Arctic Cat is a 3-in-1 system that emphasizes versatility. The jacket features waterproof and breathable A-Tex-coated fabric with fully taped seams, plus 100 grams of bulk-free 3M Thinsulate Insulation for added warmth. Sublimated printed panels deliver vibrant graphics and color while 3M Scotchlite Reflective Material produces maximum reflectivity in low-light conditions. Four spacious pockets include an MP3 player slot with a tangle-free neck cord system. The zip-out liner also features 100 grams of 3M Thinsulate Insulation and two pockets. Available in Orange, Green and Black styles in S – 3XL sizes with an MSRP starting at $319.95 U.S./$369.95 Canada.

 

 

Arctic Cat CatGirl Glam Coat

The new women’s CatGirl Glam Coat from Arctic Cat is as warm as it is bold. The heat comes from the supersoft, 200 grams of 3M Thinsulate Insulation inside of the smooth nylon shell. Styled longer and shaped for women, the coat’s three zippered pockets offer ample storage space and include a convenient MP3 player slot with a tangle-free neck cord system. Available in S – 2XL sizes with an MSRP starting at $199.95 U.S./$229.95 Canada.

 

Arctic Cat Neck Brace

Designed specifically for snowmobile riding and racing, the new Arctic Cat Neck Brace is an extra insurance policy against the unexpected. Designed and built by Leatt, it incorporates the patented Alternative Load Path Technology that protects a rider during a crash by directing impact energy away from the neck and onto less vulnerable parts of the body. The brace is fully adjustable for comfort and fit and is styled to match a wide range of gear. Available in two sizes with an MSRP of $429.95 U.S./$496.95 Canada.

All this sweet swag is available now at most Arctic Cat dealerships, and HERE AT THE Arctic Cat online store.



Comments (9):

aaron says:
8/24/2012 9:33:00 PM

um... what did the 2012 owners receive for their sleds not coming with electric start. pretty sure it wasnt $570.00. ive been a cat guy my whole life but im starting to wonder how much they really like their customers.
JimR says:
8/25/2012 5:13:00 PM

It was $400.00 off of the cost of the sled. Remember installation at the factory is quite a bit cheaper than after the fact. Work it out with you're dealer. Lots of markup on sled parts no matter what anybody tells you.
snotcicles says:
8/27/2012 8:52:00 AM

"Remember installation at the factory is quite a bit cheaper than after the fact."

That 570 include labor? That 400 credit they gave from the factory was supposedly because electric start wasn't ready yet. That's what they should give it back to the customers for. 400 installed. The ones who didn't order it fine, 570, but if Cat felt 400 was fair going one way, 400 should be fair going back.
JimR says:
8/27/2012 3:28:00 PM

If I were to complain about everything that did not go my way I would get nothing done but complain. Life goes on there Snot. No one said anything was fair now did they?
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