Need Help Choosing an Aftermarket Snowmobile Ski?

Follow this guide to help identify which of our 5 aftermarket snowmobile ski models best fits your riding style, typical riding conditions, and sled.

Since our original trail ski debuted on the market over 15 years ago, we’ve spent countless hours designing, testing, and perfecting new ski models to offer a wide variety of aftermarket ski options. All of our skis are custom molded using UHMW plastic to ensure extreme durability and controlled stiffness, and each feature our patented reverse-angle keel technology for unmatched control and minimized darting. But each model has varying width, length, keel depth, keel length, intake, floatation and channel design to maximize the specific performance you’re looking for.

We’re here to help match skis to your riding style, and the design of your sled. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us!

Aftermarket Snowmobile Ski Guide

Model Designed For Use Base Price (Set) Width Length Weight (per ski) Keel Height
The Command View Trail – perfect OEM upgrade or replacement $330 6 in 40.25 in 4.14 lbs 1.25 in
The Attack View Mountain – Deep powder, boon docking, technical $420 7 in 41.5 in 5.7 lbs 1.25 in
Powder Hound 7 View Crossover – build for powder and for trails $350 7 in 43.5 in 5 lbs 1 in
Powder Hound 8 View Mountain/Utility – maximum floatation for heavy sleds in deep powder $405 8 in 42.5 in 6.6 lbs 1.25 in
The Hell Hound View Snocross Racing, Extremely aggressive riding $455 7.25 in 43 in 7 lbs 1.5 in
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Why choose The Command

It's time to ditch the factory skis! Take command of the snowmobile trails by upgrading to a higher performance, lighter weight and stronger alternative to your sled's original skis. And they're priced as an affordable replacement to old or damaged OEM skis.

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Why choose The Attack

The 7" Attack Ski is the king of the mountain! This ski features a wide mouth snow induction scoop, tall keel, tapered tail, and more forward-mounted saddle for maximum floatation, side hilling, and technical riding in deep snow. Bring on the side hilling and boondocking! The Attack also features a high angle rear ski tip for easier reverse travel, and integrated grippers on the top side of the ski for added standing stability.

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Why choose the Powder Hound 7

Get the best of both worlds! The Powder Hound 7 is the ultimate crossover solution for riders frequently migrating between powder and trail conditions. A wider platform than the Command trail ski but less aggressive in powder than The Attack mountain ski. It's been a popular crossover ski for trail and mountain riders since its release in 2005!

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Why choose the Powder Hound 8

The 8" Powder Hound is the ultimate ski for big, heavy sleds in deep snow! The widest ski platform we sell combined with a large snow intake scoop to create extraordinary lift and flotation in deep powder. Say goodbye to factory ski nose dives!

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Why choose The Hell Hound

The Hell Hound was designed specifically for racing. It features a wider and taller reverse angle keel that runs the full length of the ski to produce the best control imaginable. Its taller keel means there's more snow to push against while cornering. The 7.25 inch Hell Hound comes standard with a new, stronger race loop. It also has the thickest platform in the Slydog family, making it the strongest, stiffest, and most aggressive ski we sell. If you’re not looking for a ski specifically to race, we suggest The Attack or Powder Hound models instead.