You need sled lighting equipment that goes as hard as you do. Oxbow Gear provides a range of specially designed lights for backcountry snowmobiling to ensure maximum visibility and safety during night rides. Top-of-the-line helmet lights illuminate your line of sight, while handlebar-mounted lightbars provide wide, even lighting of the trail ahead. Engineered for smooth beam patterns, our lights enhance your peripheral vision and depth perception, taking your nighttime backcountry experience to a new level.
We understand that snowmobiling is an extreme outdoor activity that requires reliable and high-performing lighting equipment. That’s why we offer a range of lights designed specifically for backcountry snowmobiling. Our lights are engineered to provide maximum visibility, making night riding safer and more enjoyable.
If you’re planning on riding in the backcountry at night, having a good quality helmet light is essential. Stock lights on a snowmobile can be bright, but when riding in backcountry terrain, the headlights often get covered in snow, making it difficult to see. This is where our helmet lights come in – they provide a powerful beam that goes wherever you look, allowing you to navigate the terrain in the dark.
We offer a range of lighting options specifically designed for snowmobiling in the backcountry. Helmet lights offer a beam that can be directed wherever you look, while handlebar-mounted lightbars provides a wide, even beam of light to illuminate the trail directly in front of you. Our lights are engineered to have a smooth, even beam pattern, maximizing your peripheral vision and depth perception while you ride.
Snowmobile Helmet Light
At Oxbow Gear, we specialize in creating high-quality helmet lights that are designed specifically for backcountry snowmobiling. Our snowmobile helmet lights are engineered with the highest of standards, so you can be sure that they’re up to the task of handling the toughest riding conditions. They are designed for the cold, built lightweight, are GoPro® compatible, and ensure your safety out in the snow.
Made for the Cold
Our snowmobile helmet lights are engineered to withstand the harshest environments and provide reliable performance no matter the conditions. Our batteries are rated for the cold, so you don’t have to worry about performance issues when the temperature drops.
When it comes to choosing a light, weight is an important factor to consider. You don’t want a heavy light on your helmet that will cause neck strain or discomfort. The Voyager helmet light is our lightest-weight helmet light per lumen on the market, thanks to our temperature sensor technology. This technology will auto-dim the light when there is low airflow (or you’re going slow) to prevent the light from burning up. When you pick up speed, the light will auto-power back up to full brightness if that’s where it’s set. The result is a comfortable and reliable lighting solution that won’t weigh you down or strain your neck.
Our lights are also incredibly versatile, thanks to their compatibility with the GoPro® mounting system. This allows our helmet lights and our hardwire kit to be mounted just about anywhere, providing maximum flexibility for your lighting needs.
When it comes to safety, having a good helmet light is an absolute game-changer. When things don’t go as planned, such as breaking down or getting stuck, riders can become lost and disoriented in the dark, especially if they are relying solely on their snowmobile headlights. Our helmet lights offer a critical safety feature, allowing riders to navigate the terrain in the dark and see potential hazards before they become a problem.
Snowmobile light bar
Oxbow Gear also offers a handlebar mounted lightbar for snowmobiles that provides an incredible amount of illumination for the darkest of nights. This lightbar is designed with off-road use in mind, so you can count on it to withstand harsh weather conditions and rugged terrain.
The high-output LEDs are positioned in a sleek, low-profile housing that will not interfere with the rider’s field of vision. The beam pattern is optimized to provide a broad, even spread of light, giving riders better peripheral vision and depth perception. This allows for better navigation, even on unmarked trails, and helps reduce rider fatigue by providing better visibility for longer periods of time.
Oxbow Gear Snowmobile Lights
If you’re planning on snowmobiling in the backcountry at night, having a reliable lighting solution is essential. Oxbow Gear’s snowmobile lights provide the visibility and safety you need to enjoy the thrill of nighttime snowmobiling without putting yourself at risk. With our range of options, you can choose the lighting configuration that best suits your needs and ride with confidence knowing that you’re prepared for whatever the night throws your way.
What types of lights are available for snowmobiles?
There are various types of lights available for snowmobiles, including handlebar-mounted lightbars, helmet lights, and hardwire kits that can be mounted on the sled or on a helmet.
Are helmet lights necessary for snowmobiling at night?
Yes, helmet lights are considered essential for backcountry snowmobiling at night because they allow riders to navigate the terrain in the dark. Stock snowmobile headlights can get covered in snow and make it difficult to see, and they only illuminate directly in front of the sled, limiting visibility.
How do helmet lights improve safety for snowmobilers?
Helmet lights help snowmobilers to see more of the terrain and potential obstacles, providing a greater field of vision and increasing safety in low-light conditions. Additionally, they allow riders signal other riders with the strobe feature.
How do I install snowmobile lights?
Installation of snowmobile lights varies depending on the type of light and where it will be mounted. Handlebar-mounted lightbars can usually be attached with clamps or brackets, while helmet lights come with adhesive mounts. Hardwire kits may require some electrical expertise to connect to the sled’s battery or electrical system.
How do I maintain my snowmobile lights?
Regular maintenance of snowmobile lights is important to ensure that they continue to function properly. This may include cleaning the lenses, checking the battery charge, and replacing any damaged parts. It’s also a good idea to store the lights in a dry, cool place when not in use to prevent damage from moisture or extreme temperatures.
What should I consider when choosing snowmobile lights?
When choosing snowmobile lights, consider the type of riding you will be doing, the beam pattern of the light, the weight and construction of the light, and the compatibility of the light with your sled or helmet. It’s also important to choose lights with batteries that are rated for cold temperatures.
Factors to Consider When Choosing Snowmobile Lights
When choosing snowmobile lights, there are several factors to consider to ensure that you get the best lights for your needs.
Brightness is an important factor to consider when choosing snowmobile lights. The brighter the lights, the better visibility you’ll have on the ride.
Snowmobile lights are exposed to the elements and need to be durable enough to withstand harsh weather conditions. Look for lights that are made from high-quality materials, such as aluminum, and that are water and impact-resistant.
Ease of Installation
Snowmobile lights are easy to install, but some may require more work than others. Look for lights that come with all the necessary hardware and instructions for easy installation.