When trodding the road less traveled or breaking new ground off the beaten path, the extra flotation tracks provide are far superior to winter snow tires or snow chains. While the latter may be great for hard packed roads, when tackling extreme snow, there is no better monster than a tracked out UTV. Take on knee-high powder with the Camoplast Tatou UTV 4S Track system with a Razor mounting kit or try the 2017 Camso tracks with derail prevention and adjustment upgrades. Due to their surface area, weight displacement, and single-track control systems, Polaris Ranger tracks like those by Camso will turn the most beastly of rigs into absolute monsters.
While the OEM Polaris track faction claims that their tracks are superior, most serious riders are under the conviction that Camso Tracks are the way to go. They are designed to be used in all seasons and temperature ranges and are practically unstoppable -- even on the deep and steep of America’s most unforgiving mountain ranges. However, tracks -- regardless of their maker -- can also perform well on gravel, wooded terrain, and a variety of other ground conditions, with a top speed of around 45 miles per hour. Compared to snowmobiles, side-by-sides with tracks are definitely slower and less nimble. Yet their capacity, comfort -- including heaters, windshields, etc. -- versatility and ability to travel well in reverse have caused many winter riders to choose a tracked out Polaris General over a snowmobile. So regardless of why you choose to ride in the winter when it comes to the how Polaris Ranger tracks from Everything Polaris Ranger will take you from point a to point b no matter how rough it gets outside.