Yes you’ll need goggles that are meant for snow. Usually they are double lenses. Since your using a mx helmet, look into a no fog mask. They are the best with mx helmet and snow goggles.
Can you use a ski helmet for snowmobiling?
Do not bring your ski helmet – you won’t be allowed to wear it.
Can you use MTB goggles for snow?
Ski/snow googles aren’t really warmer than mtb or mx goggles. They often have double lens to combat fogging which isn’t necessary for bike riding, but it won’t hurt. For typical xc riding they tend to be overkill. People use them as speed goes up and even more so when it’s muddy or dusty.
How many layers should you wear snowmobile?
We recommend that you wear about 3 to 5 layers. If you need more warmth, you can decide to wear more than 5 layers. Just ensure that you don’t wear any cotton material along the line because cotton will absorb moisture instead of releasing it to the atmosphere.
Do you need helmet for snowmobiling?
All roads are open for snowmobilers to use. Road shoulders & road ditches are not open for snowmobilers. Helmets are not required.
Why do my snowmobile goggles fog up?
The fog comes from the cold air from the outside mixing with the hot air inside your goggles so if you need to take them off make sure they are in a dry place. Whenever you get a chance, check to see if any snow has stuck onto your goggles.
Why should you always carry a tool kit when riding?
Mechanical problems can occur at any time, so it’s wise to carry the tool kit and owner’s manual that came with your snowmobile.
What should a towing vehicle have snowmobile?
Use an appropriate towing vehicle. High-clearance vehicles with four-wheel drive and good mud/snow tires are best. Other vehicles—especially RVs—may find the going very difficult at times. Be especially careful going downhill when there is packed snow and ice.