Review: Sno-Skinz Outdoor Snowmobile Cover

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I think if I was TOWING the sled, I would put the SKINZ cover on it, but for just being protected from the elements, I have been super happy with these covers.
 

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Product Update:

My covers are now 3 seasons old, heading into their 4th summer.
Condition remains VERY GOOD.

I am ordering a 4th cover for my latest sled.

Honestly VERY happy with the quality and durability of these covers!
Would recommend them without any hesitation for long term outdoor storage of your baby!!
 

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Sno Skinz cover 7 years old with constant trailer and outdoor storage use year round.
Black/Blue it did fade but it went with sled as it still worked great.
Under cover is nice addition.
 

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I will have side by side photos of the brand new cover and the old covers here shortly for comparison.

The sleds are outside, unprotected in FULL DIRECT SUN for 6 months each year. While the outside of the covers have faded, the quality of the material has remained excellent.
 

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My four sleds side by side.
Third on right is brand new cover.
All four covers are the same color.
BLACK!

 
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Here you can see the highly faded covers "shady" side that still has come of the black pigment left in them.
While the "sunny" side is 100% bleached grey now.


 
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I guess storing them in your trailer is out because of how hot it gets inside during the summer?
 

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Guys, VERY IMPORTANT.....if you store in a trailer you need to vent it somehow. Engines left in a sealed trailer tend to suck moisture into the engine and cause mild to severe rusting of internal parts. Can't tell you how many engines I have seen ruined that way. But then most newer trailers have roof vents eh?
 
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