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2015
APPAREL &
ACCESSORIES
SNOWMOBILE

1

FROM THE MOUNTAINS OF THE WEST, ACROSS THE
PLAINS AND TRAILS OF THE EAST - YOU SEE IT.
You know what it is - a first ascent, a wide open meadow or a drag race across a frozen lake. It’s that split
second when you decide that you’re all in. Feel the moment, squeeze the throttle and let the adrenaline surge.
For over four decades we have had the same spirit and passion for the snowmobiling lifestyle. We proudly
introduce the 2015 Snowmobile Apparel & Accessories Catalog with pages full of quality items to make this
season the best ever. Yamaha also offers the confidence of factory and finish through its Yamaha Genuine
Parts & Accessories along with exceptional products from companies that share our uncompromising
standards for delivering exceptional satisfaction.

WELCOME TO OUR 2015 COLLECTION,
ONLY FROM YAMAHA.

BRANDS
5
LAYERING TIPS
6
SIZING CHART
7
APPAREL
8
MEN’S OUTERWEAR
10
WOMEN’S OUTERWEAR
22
CHILDREN’S OUTERWEAR 30
HELMETS & GOGGLES
32
HEAD WEAR
40
MEN’S CASUAL WEAR
43
WOMEN’S CASUAL WEAR
50
CHILDREN’S CASUAL WEAR 55
COOL STUFF
56
PARTS & ACCESORIES
57
SRVIPER
58
PHAZER
66
APEX
73
VECTOR
78
RS VENTURE GT/TF
85
VENTURE MULTI-PURPOSE 90
VIKING PROFESSIONAL
92
SRX120
94
SURVIVAL GEAR
95
UNIVERSAL
97
RUNNERS
102
SKIS
104
SLIDES
106
SNOW FLAPS & V-BELTS 107
SUSPENSION
108
STOCK TRACKS
110
WHEELS
112
YAMALUBE
114

3

YAMAHA OFFERS A VARIETY OF CHOICES WHEN IT
COMES TO SNOWMOBILE RIDING APPAREL, AND
THE COMMON THREAD THROUGHOUT IS QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE. WITHIN THIS YEAR’S
CATALOG YOU WILL DISCOVER:
Yamaha
Yamaha riding gear is packed with the features that knowledgeable riders demand with the style and bold
brand identification that true Yamaha enthusiasts want. For 2015, we’ve raised the bar with many of our
apparel items by incorporating industry technology.
509®
509 manufactures an industry leading line of goggles, helmets & casual wear designed specifically for
snow sports. Loaded with high-tech features, styles and colors, 509 has just what you’re looking for to
amplify your riding experience.
FXR®
A racing philosophy is the driving force behind FXR® Factory Racing, Inc., and it shows in FXR products.
Yamaha has teamed up with FXR to develop gear that features better and stronger fabrics; rider-specific
fitting with super-aggressive pre-curving in the shoulders, arms, fingers, waist and knees, and stretch
gussets and panels in a variety of locations; and advanced venting technology and moisture wicking fabrics.
Divas™ SnowGear
The founders of Divas™ SnowGear who are based in Wisconsin dreamed up their collection after many years
of personal frustration with the limited selection of women’s apparel in the snowmobile industry. There
were a few large companies making decent women’s snowmobile gear and apparel, but nothing that was
really feminine or stylish. They wanted to create a truly unique line of women’s gear and clothing designed
by real women who demand to get the look and function they want, but at an affordable price.
SnoForce™
Many long time snowmobilers will remember SnoForce™ from the 1980s. Yamaha has developed a full
line of SnoForce snowmobile jackets, bibs, gloves, and boots for both mountain and trail riders designed to
surpass their expectations in both functionality and price. In fact, SnoForce apparel has the same industry
leading technological advantages as its Yamaha-brand counterparts, including Outlast temperatureregulating textiles. All SnoForce gear features a logo perfect for riders wanting a more understated look,
and enthusiasts who ride other brands but recognize the advantages of Yamaha’s advanced technology.
What is Outlast®
Yamaha is known for innovation and providing features that enthusiasts want. This is why we are bringing
Outlast® technology to you through select Yamaha and SnoForce gear. Outlast is a temperature regulating
technology developed for NASA astronauts and an industry exclusive available through your local Yamaha
dealer. Outlast lets any fabric absorb, store and release heat, which keeps you comfortable all day. Simply
put, apparel with Outlast regulates your temperature, keeping you cooler when you’re warm and warmer
when you’re cool no matter the situation. Check out our full line of apparel – from base layers to outerwear
– with Outlast technology, and gear up for the most comfortable riding season ever.

5

LAYERING FOR WINTER RIDING

Nowadays, the generally accepted
way of getting yourself dressed for
snowmobiling and outdoor activities
is to use a three-layer system.
>>> BASE LAYER
The first and most important layer
of clothing you put on as it is in
direct contact with your skin. When
riding, it is very likely that you will
be sweating and cooling down
numerous times and it’s important
that your clothing works in a way
that it can cool you down quickly
but not too much.
A common problem in many outdoor
activities is ‘after-exercise chill’.
Cotton T-shirts and other common
underwear capture the moisture of
sweat in their fabric and after your
body has already cooled down and
stops sweating, the wet cotton will
keep on cooling your body down.
Not only is this uncomfortable, it
also forces your body to increase
its heat production and it increases
the chances of under cooling.
The base layer should not retain
moisture but transport it away from
the skin, thereby countering ‘afterexercise chill’.
> Base Layer Materials
The materials used for base layers
change constantly as textile
manufacturers come up with new
high-tech synthetic fabrics or reinvent natural materials like wool.
In general, they all have common
characteristics:
• The materials absorb only a very
small percentage (< 1%) of their
weight in moisture. In practice,
this means that they retract
moisture from your skin and dry
very quickly.

>>> MID/INSULATION LAYER
The purpose of the mid or insulation
layer is to retain body heat and the
best way to do so is by creating a
layer of still or dead air around your
body. This still air will seriously
decrease the heat exchange
between your body and the
outside world.
The mid/insulation layer mostly
consists of man-made fabrics/
polyesters that are treated in a
way that makes the fibers stand
up and trap air between the fibers.
This trapped air forms a protective
layer of still air forming the main
insulation.
> Mid/Insulation Layer Materials
Fleece is most commonly used as
a mid layer. It possess the ability
to retain still air which insulates
and prevents body heat loss as
outlined above. Besides this, the
treated polyesters used have almost
the same moisture-transporting
qualities as base layers and
transport moisture to the outer layer
and dry very quickly.
>>> OUTER SHELL
The third and final layer in the threelayer system is the outer shell which
is the only layer with direct contact
to the outside world. The outer shell
serves four main purposes:
• Protection from wind and outside
moisture like rain and snow.
• Getting rid of body moisture.
• Insulation to keep you warm.
• Protection from chafing, cuts,
scrapes and other outside
damage.

> Outer Shell Materials
Over the years, many textiles have
been developed to be waterproof,
water-resistant and/or breathable.
Waterproof/breathable
fabrics
resist water droplets from passing
through while at the same time
allowing water vapour through
and giving them the ability to block
out rain and snow while allowing
vapour from sweat to evaporate.
The textile can be waterproofed
by either adding a membrane or a
sprayed-on coating. The coating will
wear down faster over time since it
is exposed to the elements whereas
the membrane is fused/bonded
to the inside of the outer material
or is a floating membrane sewn
between the outer fabric and inner
liner. Standard laboratory testing
protocols define the performance of
these fabrics.
Water resistance/proofness is
measured by the amount of water,
in mm, which can be suspended
above the fabric before water seeps
through.
Breathability is measured by the
rate at which water vapour passes
through, in the units of grams of
water vapour per square metre of
fabric per 24-hour period (g/m2/d),
often abbreviated to just “g”.
Typical mid-range fabrics tend to
have values of 5,000 mm of water
proofness/resistance and 5,000 
g
of breathability; the highest end
materials boast 20,000 
mm and
20,000 g or more.

APPAREL SIZE CHART
Men’s

Jackets
Size Label
Chest
Hip
Sleeve Length

S
38-39
37-38
33 1/4

M
40-41
39-40
34 1/8

L
42-44
41-43
35

XL
45-47
44-46
35 7/8

2XL
48-50
47-49
36 1/4

3XL
51-53
50-52
36 5/8

S
31-32
31

M
33-34
32

L
35-37
33

XL
38-40
33

2XL
41-43
33

3XL
44-46
32

S
130-150
60-70

M
150-185
70-85

L
185-210
85-95

XL
210-240
95-110

2XL
240-270
110-125

3XL
270-300
125-140

6
35-36
36-37
31

8
37-38
38-39
31 3/4

10
39-40
40-41.5
32 1/2

12
41-42
42.5-44
32 7/8

14
43-44
45-46.5
33 1/8

16
45-46
47.5-49
33 1/2

18
47-48
50-51.5
33 7/8

20
49-50
52.5-54
34 1/4

6
31-32
29

8
33-34
29

10
35-36
29 1/2

12
37-38
30

14
39-40
30

16
41-42
30

18
43-44
30 1/2

20
45-46
30 1/2

Bibs/Pants
Size Label
Waist
Inseam

TEKVEST
Size Label
Weight in lb
Weight in kg

Women’s
Jackets
Size Label
Chest
Hip
Arm Length

Bibs/Pants
Size Label
Waist
Inseam

7

Divas SnowGear, Jackets and Bibs
Size
Chest
Waist
Hip

XS
30-32
23-25
32-34

SM
32-34
26-28
34-36

MED
34-36
28-31
36-38

LRG
36-38
31-34
38-40

XL
38-40
34-37
40-43

1XL
40-43
37-40
43-46

2XL
43-46
40-43
46-49

3XL
46-49
43-46
49-52

4XL
49-52
46-49
52-55

5XL
52-55
49-52
55-58

Children & Youth
Jackets
Size Label
Height
Chest
Hip
Arm Length

2
2'11"
21
21
17 1/2

4
3'5"
23
23
19 1/2

6
3'11"
25
25
21 1/2

8
4'5"
27
27
23 1/2

10
4'8"
29
29
25 1/2

12
4'11"
31
31
27 1/2

14
5'2"
33
33
29

16
5'5"
35
35
30 1/2

2
2'11"
18
17

4
3'5"
20
19

6
3'11"
22
21

8
4'5"
24
23

10
4'8"
26
25

12
4'11"
28
27

14
5'2"
30
29

16
5'5"
32
31

Bibs
Size Label
Height
Waist
Inseam

Boots
Men’s Sizes
Equivalent Women’s Sizes

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Helmets
Size Label
Hat Size (inches)
Hat Size (cm)

S
6 7/8 - 7
56

M
L
XL
7 1/8 - 7 1/4 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 7 5/8 - 7 3/4
58
60
62

2XL
8
64

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