I think some folks are misinformed on this topic. I have tracks (Camso Tatou T4S) for both my Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 and my Kodiak 700 SE. They work great and float better than the sleds we ride with. I can go places that are steeper and deeper than most regular sleds - (not talking about the hot mountain sleds). The reason for paying for the tracks that some folks on here are so quick to dismiss, is that they work and work well, and thereby convert our riding from ~ 2.5 seasons to year-round riding. We don't want sleds - then you have to store and maintain 2 single-purpose machines, which I have no desire to do. Yes the sleds are faster, but I don't care - 45 mph on the Polaris and 35 - 40 mph Kodiak is plenty fast enough and I love the comfort factor and ease of riding, even in the deep powder. Renting sleds for a weekend quickly adds up to more than the tracks cost - we pay $300 - $400 per day per sled in Oregon! The tracks are easy to put on once you have done it once. My buddies all love the fact that I'm there to pull their sorry butts out whenever they get stuck because I have 4x4 and a winch and can go basically anywhere.
Last edited by Thumper1500; 01-03-2020 at 03:13 PM.