You’re someone who loves well-defined routes, a cruiser doing big mileage, an
aggressive rider with a thrill of top-notch traction, or a power rider flooring it
on the straightaways.
• Groomed snowmobile trails
• Ungroomed trails used enough to be compacted most or all of the time
• Bare or lightly covered ice with special traction challenges
WHY A NEW TRACK?
For a number of reasons…Has your sled lost the edge it had when you first bought
it? Are you looking to do more with your stock machine? Because a replacement
track can push your journey to new levels of performance. Why shell out big
bucks for a new sled or risk voiding your warranty with performance-enhancing
engine modifications? Camso tracks are an effective and affordable way to
extend the life of your sled.
FEEL THE DIFFERENCE
Camso track will go beyond limits.
• Better traction on any surface
• Better handling and stability
• Quicker acceleration
• Shorter stopping distances on hard surfaces
• Better flotation in soft, deep snow
WHATEVER YOUR STYLE IS, CAMSO HAS
THE RIGHT TRACK
It doesn’t matter if you’re a recreational rider or a racer, whether you
prefer groomed trails or backcountry exploration, whether you seek the
adrenaline rush of steep terrain or the comfort of a casual cruise in the
countryside. As riders, we share one thing: our passion for snow.
We love it. We pray for it. We live the journey.
To get the maximum excitement out of your sled in the conditions you
prefer, select the best track for the type of rider you are.
You’re working in the snow. You have a job to do in demanding and
• Transportation of personnel and tools
• Pulling equipment and material
• Unpredictable snow and terrain
You are doing competition on a specific terrain and controlled course:
• Ice and grass drag
• Ice oval
• Snow and hill drag
You prefer deeper, looser snow. Racking up the miles in the backcountry? Check.
Half on-trail, half off? Check.
• Ditch lines
• Less-used and completely ungroomed trails
• Boondocking in remote areas with no trails
You relish any trip that involves high country open meadows, boondocking in
the trees and lots of deep snow.
• Deep powder snow with a light track for maximum traction and flotation
• High-altitude terrain
• Steep slopes