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Windshields & Wind Protection for All Riding Conditions

Snowmobiling is all about enjoying winter to the fullest. Ski-Doo's complete lineup of snowmobile windshields and wind protection accessories makes sure every rider is protected no matter the conditions.

Windshields for Extreme Cold

The colder the conditions are, the more wind protection will help you maximize your sled fun. For trail riders who ride in all temperatures, having a high-profile Ski-Doo windshield helps shield your body against icy winds while providing impact protection.

 

Windshields for Changing Conditions

An adjustable snowmobile windshield will give you versatility on days with changing conditions. Extend it for more protection against wind, sleet, snow or glare, or slide it down for more air circulation on sunny days.

 

Windshields for Deflecting Wind

Tall or high-profile windshields combined with air deflectors increase rider protection and keep wind away from the rider's body. This style of Ski-Doo windshield offers maximum wind protection for a more comfortable ride.

 

Windshields for Aggressive Riding

For riders who enjoy sportier rides, low-profile windshields will help divert the air away from the rider's chest. These high-quality sled windshields provide basic wind protection, are durable and won’t obstruct your sight.

 

Backcountry Riding? No Windshield Needed

Backcountry and deep snow riders don’t ride with a snowmobile windshield as they might need to roll the sled upside down to get unstuck. We recommend a powder deflector instead, which redirects powdered snow that’s kicked up away from the rider.