One thing is for sure. When you’re ready to SNO-GO at the next level. The SNO-GO Powder Skis will take you there. The SNO-GO Powder Skis are ready for any condition you throw at them. Charge harder and float through the powder for maximum fun. We used a longer radius and early rise tips combined with a wider profile to provide the speed and stability needed when the snow gets deep. After thorough testing last winter, we are fully beside ourselves with the result.
*S2 Tower Upgrade Now Included.
All necessary hardware to upgrade your Gen 2 and 2020 SNO-GO bikes to the S2 Tower is included with the Powder Skis. Attempting to mount Powder Skis without installing to the S2 kit will void your warranty on past season models purchased prior to October 1, 2020. SNO-GO bikes purchased after October 1, 2020 include the compatible S2 Kit components on the bike already and do not require an upgrade to install the Powder Skis.
*SNO-GO Glacier Grey bike sold separately.
This is an amazing product and definitely a need to buy for the bike.
Was able to install these in about an hour and a half with no issues. Took them out and noticed a much more stable ride on the groomers and floats on powder as it should. Aesthetically they really give the bike an aggressive stance. I would almost suggest these be the default skis, they are superb.
Amazing they crush everything I can give them so sick
The regular Sno-Go skis are great but put the powder skis on and they take everything to the next level. More stability, carving is great and more control. Truly a different experience.
Well built and worth the money, just like the SnoGo. I think they are a little less responsive on groomed snow, but I've gotten used to it. I haven't had a chance to ride powder yet. One other difference-I have gotten used to leaning back a bit when I go over jumps with a flat landing because I can flex the back skis and they become kind of a shock absorber. The powder skis don't flex as much and there's about an inch less length on the back part of the skis. There are extra bolt holes but I have them as far back as possible. Hoping for a powder day here in Wisconsin!