Top Brands That Make Snowmobile Suits in 2023

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Last year, I remember I was frantically searching for a new snowmobile suit to replace my old one (it was damaged beyond repair). I asked many experienced riders for their opinions and went around stores asking for their best products. But nothing seemed to ring true until I did my research on various brands that sold snowmobile gear.

By comparing the features offered by each, I was able to make my choice. In this article, I have listed the top brands manufacturing snowmobile suits in 2023.

Importance of A Proper Snowmobile Suit

While riding a snowmobile in the chilly and snowy weather is a fun idea, it is also a sport/activity that comes with risks of injury and accidents to you and your gear. The weather element is the primary problem you have to protect yourself against. This is where a proper and high-quality snowmobile suit comes into play.

Your snowmobile suit is your only set of defense against the cold when out snowmobiling on the trails. The necessity of a warm snowmobile suit is needless to be emphasized.

Winters are prone to sudden bouts of snowfall and heavy mists. A snowmobile suit that is water-repellent and has moisture-wicking abilities that save you from moisture that makes you cold and uncomfortable. Snowmobiling usually tends to take some hours and a comfortable and well-insulated snowmobile suit is a necessity.

Before purchasing a snowmobile suit, you should always keep these basic features in mind. Here are some of the top manufacturers that sell snowmobile suits.

Brands Manufacturing Snowmobile Suits


Klim Snwomobille suits
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Klim snowmobile suits are guaranteed to keep you dry and have 3M Thinsulate insulation. This is one of my favorite Manufacturing brands right now. They come at a higher price but considering how long they have lasted me and without losing any of their comfort, insulation, and style, this purchase was a win.

This is the first suit I both but it has kept up better than my newer ones! Along with quality and longevity, they also come with extra details that set them apart and make them some of the best brands out there today.

It sports a reflective material and comes with biomotion recognition, doable overlays at shoulders and elbows, and a system of water drainage! These small details and customizable parts all work together to give you the best time o the snow.


509 Snwomobille suits
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509 snowmobile suit shells are lightweight and have less bulkiness. Made with polyester reinforcement, the durability of 509s is top-notch. 

They come with knee pads that protect the knees as well as the suit from punctures. It has zips and boot gaiters for easy on-and-off boots. There are features of pockets to hold essentials!

This brand makes some of the best-looking snowmobile suits, with a varied choice of bright colors, gorgeous designs, and a crisp-looking choice of fabric.

It is redundant to mention the warmth, comfort, and quality materials of their products. They stand as some of the most well-loved Snowmobile brands this year.


FXr Snwomobille suits
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FXR snowmobile monosuit is known for its insulation W/F.A.S.T COMBO HydraX coating. For durability, the HydrX coating has shell fabric in the knees, instep, and hem. It is lined with nylon taffeta

Some of the warmest Snowmobile gear out there today, all of their suits come with the best technology for warmth and sturdyness of fabric. This feature also lends it to looking a little bulky. Apart from this, I also find the weatherproofing on their suits to be one of the best out there.

With a reflective removable hood, adjustable drop hems, and storm cuffs it makes its use more convenient, FXR is a brand you can bet on to keep you warm when on the snow. This however comes with a hefty price.


Tobe Snwomobille suits
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While most snowmobile suits come separately for males and females TOBE designs unisex snowmobile suits. It is made from Cordura and reinforced with Kevlar which is great for rough riders. It has flexible venting options that help regulate temperature. 

Going for a slick look, they keep their designs minimal and look clean. It is a joy to look at these beautifully made creations. Tobe, however, does not sacrifice functionality for design. They are packed with multiple pockets, side ventilation, boot and writs gaiters, and so on. Check out their Celcus Monosuit.

Fly Racing

Fly Racing Snwomobille suits
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Fly Racing snowmobile jackets come with high-tech weatherproof and hydraguards and are made from abrasion-resistant polyester shells. The thermal liner is removable with 140g of insulation. It also sports a breathable jacket membrane.

With all the fabric and tech on it, one might assume these suits are heavy but due to the choice of Cordura as the fabric, they come lightweight and comfortable for long snowmobile rides.


Coming in as a major player in the snow activity market, the Polaris snowmobile monosuits don’t disappoint. Made of uninsulated waterproof TECH54 that keeps the moisture out, this suit has a breathable membrane that helps escape unnecessary moisture off the body while the venting in the leg and back area keeps the rider from overheating.

It provides additional protection to your neck from the chills as it has a removable hood and protects the rider from the snow with its interior snow skirts and hand gaiters.

They are a well-trusted brand and always reward with the best products. What I like most about these suits are their prices which are cheaper than others on this list but without sacrificing on any quality.


DSG Snwomobille suits
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DSG snowmobile suit is known for its Thinsulate insulation. It has a polyester shell with a breathable coating which makes it more durable. It also has interior snow skirts that help keep snow out and comes with a lot of storage pockets.

Along with this is the removable insulation that makes these suits extremely versatile for different degrees of warmth. You have the option of side zippers underneath the arm to help airflow.

DSG suit’s best feature would be its adjustable nature when it comes to insulation, size, and length. They offer both size and length-adjustable mechanisms that are easy and convenient.

Final Words

So these are seven of the top brands that manufacture snowmobiles with desirable features. With this, I hope this article is helpful in your journey of choosing the right snowmobile suit as per your requirements. 

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Thomas Miller
My name is Thomas Miller. I have been riding snowmobiles for the past 10 years and I'm completely in love with snowmobiling because it's fun, relaxing, and a great workout.