Rider Testimonials

  1. I bought some Powder Hounds and 4″ carbides, and I really like them. They turn like I’m on skates on packed snow or ice. I was even amazed at how well they turned on asphalt more recently. They give very good floatation in our deeper snow. They’ve held up to some rock abuse quite well I think. One thing I really like is how flexy they are. When I hit something they basically just fold in half. When I remove the Skidoo from the object the skis always look just like it did before. My precisions always showed creases where the ski folded.

    — Doo Talk Forum | http://www.dootalk.com/forums/
  2. I love my Slydogs. I have 11,000 miles on them and although wore, they are still in OK shape.

    — Doo Talk Forum | http://www.dootalk.com/forums/
  3. I have found for me that the Slydogs are the best ski for my Rev. The steering effort is comfortable for me, they have a nice flex, they float great in the powder and they turn where I point the bars. Overall I am very happy with the Slydogs. I think for me, I just prefer a more flexible single keel ski.

    — Snowest Forum | http://www.snowest.com/forum/
  4. I’ve had my Slydogs bend completely on top of themselves a couple times. They come right back and DEFINITELY float better than the stockers. I agree, however, that the stockers aren’t too shabby, but tend to push and sink a bit more for sure. Good skis for personal preference are a very worthwhile upgrade in my opinion.

    — Snowest Forum | http://www.snowest.com/forum/
  5. Once again, I have to give you praises. Just got back from another trip and am just so impressed on the quality and feel of your skis. Got a lot of looks, too!!

    — Long Tracks Edge | http://www.longtracksedge.net/
  6. I have tested a lot of skis for my rev/summit, but the 7″ Powder Hounds is my choice. That’s because the 7″ Powder Hounds are lighter, float good, light steering on/off trail, good sidehill control, more flexible and way more impact resistant than others. The cool thing is that Slydog opens a whole new world of customizing ski colors and awesome patterns!

     

    These skis have saved my a-arms many times! If the ski hit something like a rock or a tree, the impact gets soaked up by the ski, instead of being transferred into your sled! Incredible!

     

    My slydogs only have small signs of  wear after 3 years of  hard riding, that’s fantastic!

    — Rino Andersen | Norway
  7. Staff and Owners at Slydog,

     

    First I would like to say thank you for sending my skies to the Forestry Station in Jacobson MN. They were on the bar when we pulled into town that night.

     

    95% of our riding that trip was groomed trail riding, I was very impressed with the lack of darting and their ability to track through even the tightest corners. I\’m looking forward to my up coming trip to the UP where I can try the powder side of these skies. So far they have out performed the Powder Pro skies that they replaced.

     

    Thanks again for the great customer support.

    — Craig M. Hawkins | Jacobson, MN
  8. If you demand a light weight, high performance and durable snowmobile ski, look no further than Slydog!

     

    My Slydog Skis have steered me and my ride to new heights. I trust my Slydogs in all conditions.. from high flying ramp hits to mogul mashing rough trails Slydog Skis out perform the competition.

    — Jeff McGirr / Lucrestyle Productions | Ontario
  9. I went from Powder Pros to Powder Hounds and found a lot better flotation with the Hounds and nice steering. Also, was able to hold a side hill like I’d been wishing I could for many years.

    — Snowest Forum | http://www.snowest.com/forum/
  10. Only thing with the iqs is that some people (especially with the fusion) experience hard cornering and the sled turning like a tank. But see the forums here on HCS for people diagnosing this problem. I thought mine could be better and simply installed a set of Slydog trail skis and they dress up the sled as well as make the sled corner much better!

    — Hardcore Sledder Forum | http://www.hardcoresledder.com/