If you spend most of your time riding on groomed or hard packed trails, then a trail track is most likely what you’ll need. Trail tracks can be further divided into general purpose, hi performance, and studded or pre-drilled tracks.
Hi performance trail tracks – These tracks provide a higher level of performance than your general purpose trail track. If you’re a rider who is looking for better speed, cornering and braking, then you should consider one of these tracks. Models include the Hacksaw, Ripsaw, Storm 150 and Carve (Predator).
You can learn more about snowmobile trail tracks by watching our snowmobile tracks designed for trail use video at the bottom of this page.
Note, always remember that before choosing the snowmobile track type, you need to know what size snowmobile track will fit your sled. This size criteria includes the track length, width, lug or tread height and pitch. If you don’t know what size your sled takes, you can either visit our snowmobile track fitment guides OR contact us by email via our contact form or call the store at (607) 693-1031 M-F 10am to 4pm EST. If you call after those hours leave a voicemail and we will call you back.
You can start shopping for trail snowmobile tracks by using the product list below. Simply look at the track dimensions column and find the dimensions of your track.
Learn the differences between the different types of snowmobile tracks designed for trail use by watching our snowmobile trail tracks video.
Camso (Camoplast) is experiencing supply shortages. That means tracks are in short supply. We are trying to carry a supply of tracks in stock but they do sell out quickly. If you order a track from us we will notify you in case the track is out of stock. Dismiss