Makes Protecting Your Snowmobile From The Harsh Summer Sun Fun And Easy

September 07, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
September 7, 2017 - Pittsburg Ca., Another harsh winter is on the horizon, it's time to pull out your winter gear and get ready for fun and sport. You relentlessly work to pull out the heavy jackets, snow boots, gloves, hats, and goggles from the back of the closet. You organize everything and you begin to pack the truck, getting everything ready for the first outing of the winter season. You work tirelessly, ensuring that everything is intact and ready to hit the road.

Next, you unclutter the rear corner of the garage where your precious snowmobile has been resting quietly. You dust her off and wheel the trailer around so you can inspect your wintertime pride and joy.

You begin to shed a tear at the sight of your beautiful snowmobiling machine and then suddenly, your heart gets filled with warmth and delight. But, in that very moment of gladness and joy, you feel your heart start racing, your anger and frustration rise as your blood starts pumping furiously through your veins.

Sweat begins to form on your brow and large tears form and begin well up in your eyes. They begin to roll down your face as the light reveals new and unsightly blemishes and scratches on the front and sides of your precious Canadian Jet-ski.

Then, you notice that the roof of the garage has an opening that has been letting rain and sun leak in all summer. Your snowmobile has oxidized in several; prominent areas of the body and watermarks have formed on several of the most noticeable painted areas.

The new found paint damage has literally become an eyesore to you almost too much to bear. Now you're faced with the choice of putting your snowmobile in the shop for a new paint job and losing weeks of winter riding time, or you have to ride the blotched up snow buggy around for the season, getting ridicule from friends and family.

All of this frustration could have been avoided had you chosen to protect your sled with a quality Weatherproof Shield Snowmobile Cover like the ones from There are two types of snowmobile covers available. The Weatherproof Shield Snowmobile Cover and The Standard Shield Snowmobile Cover.

The Weatherproof Shield Snowmobile Cover is made from a durable PolyShield material, and it comes in a [Black/Gray] two tone color. There are built in straps to ensure that the cover will stay on when your snowmobile is on or off the trailer. The Weatherproof Snowmobile Covers provide easy access to the fuel tank and the storage areas with their zippered fuel tank and rear rack access panels.

The Standard Shield Snowmobile Cover is made from a nylon material that is durable, lightweight and designed primarily for indoor use and minimal outdoor usage. The cover has covered vents that allow the cover to be waterproof, but also remain breathable. With so many robust features built into the Weatherproof & Standard Snowmobile Covers, any winter sports enthusiast will surely see the quality and craftsmanship that went into the design and production of the product.

Don't get caught by surprise. Protect your winter ride with a quality cover from For more information visit

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