Lynx riders are hardcore — but there’s more to it than an indestructible spirit. You’ve got to prepare as hard as you ride. Before even mounting your sled, armor up with the right snowmobile riding gear.
Dress to match the tough terrain you seek. To stay warm and comfortable on the snow, employ the three-layer system. What’s that? It goes like this: start with a moisture-wicking base layer nestled to the skin. Follow that up with a warmer insulating layer that still promotes moisture movement, such as fleece. Finally, consider your outer layer a shell. Its primary function is to repel the elements. From there, you can fine-tune your fit for temperature and conditions.
Now that you’ve taken care of number one, your snowmobile has to gear up too. When it comes to accessories, many riders like to start with storage. LinQ cargo accessories give Lynx riders precious extra space for those long, demanding rides. First time using LinQ? The beauty is, there’s no learning curve thanks to quick, toolless attachment, a staple of the LinQ system. Equip your sled to carry essentials like extra gloves, emergency supplies, goggles, snacks and more with just the flip of a lever. It’s that easy.