Custom sled graphics kit made to steal the show! When covering your snowmobile with a sled wrap by OMX, you’ll definitely steal the show. Just imagine the vivid sleds shredding through a fresh powder, becoming the star of the show wherever you ride. The sparkling snow complements your ride and makes it pop!More
6Mil thick revolutionary, bubble-free print media in combination with 15MIL thick premium quality over-laminate makes our 21MIL thick sled wraps the perfect selection for your snowmobile. Speaking about material selection and its quality – we use Substance Incorporated media only – the worlds #1 selection for extreme industries. In short – our sled graphics kits are made to withstand harsh riding conditions, to fit perfectly & last long.
In other words, our custom sled graphics will not add any horsepower to your ride, but it will definitely boost your confidence and overall look out there massively. That to be said, there is nothing better than looking awesome on all the pictures taken by friends and fans. That to be said – get your next best sled wrap now and ride it like you stole it!
Did we mentioned that all the customisation of the graphics is totally free? That means you can add name, number, logos and even change the colours to match your gear at no extra cost. Well, now you know it. Keep in mind there are some logos we can not use due to their strict brand protection policy, but that’s ok.
Enter all the customisation details when placing order so we can get down to business right away. Be sure our design team will do whatever it takes to hear your “You guys nailed it!”
To sum it up – here’s what you get by selecting custom sled graphics kit by OMX:
- Premium quality;
- Ultra durable;
- Great price;
- 21MIL thick;
- Perfect fit;
- Unique design;
- Fast turnaround;
- Free US & EU delivery;
- Design mock-up for every order;
- 100% satisfaction guarantee;
- Confidence boost;
In conclusion, guess it is the right time to say goodbye to peeling & awkward looking sled wraps and get the ones you truly deserve. By the way here is a “How to install Graphics” video