FXR Racing Snowmobile Jackets

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There are few worse feelings than getting halfway into your snowmobile trip only to realize you are under-dressed for the occasion. Your snowmobile ride, which was so fun at first, has become something of a shivery nightmare. Your thoughts have turned from enjoying the beauty around you, to thoughts of getting back home as soon as possible. When you get cold on a ride, warming up is easier said than done, and you know that you won’t be feeling your toes until you curl up in front of the fireplace back home. Here at Dennis Kirk, we want you to be able to enjoy every single ride. This means staying warm enough to enjoy them, and more importantly, staying warm enough to be safe. Luckily for us, FXR Racing jackets are a perfect solution to the problem. Their high quality snowmobile jackets are perfect for riders of all styles, they are sure to have something for you.

We weren’t kidding when we said that they would have something for everyone! They make both men’s and women’s snowmobile jackets, and they can be found in both adult and youth sizes. Whether you are an avid trail rider, or a backcountry cowboy, you’ll find a suitable snowmobile jacket here.

Our favorite jacket is none other than the Team FX jacket. It comes with a durable nylon shell and stretch inserts in the back and sleeves to keep thing comfortable. The liner is moisture wicking, and the ventilation system is sure to keep your temperature perfectly regulated in all scenarios. The jacket is outfitted with an adjustable wind skirt and 360 degrees of reflective inserts. This jacket is the perfect trail riding jacket.

Whether you go with our favorite, or another FXR jacket entirely, we are confident that it will serve you well. So, when you have found what you came for, place your order! We will ship it out as soon as we can, and if it costs more than $89, we will even do it for free. Thank you for shopping at Dennis Kirk.