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Colten Moore

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Last night at X Games Aspen 2015, Colten Moore battled some of snocross and freestyle’s best snowmobile athletes. Moore, hailing from Krum, Texas came and took control of Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Co. Moore, who has been primarily a freestyler, added some speed to his style to beat Willie Elam in the opening round and capped off the night by taking the gold medal round by overtaking Levi Lavallee. 

Congratulations Colten and be on the lookout tonight as Colten tries for some more hardware tonight in the long jump competition.

Neil: Hall of Fame Round Up

Posted: 05/27/2014

Even though the snow has disappeared for the season, Neil spent the holiday weekend supporting the sport he loves the most. Saturday the Dees Motorsports team rode to St. Germain, WI for the Classic Sled Roundup Swap Meet and Show. Neil set up his promotional booth, signing autographs, talking with other snow enthusiasts, and passing out gift bags to the crowds. At the end of the day Neil raffled off a duffel bag full of awesome swag furnished by all of our sponsors. A special thanks to Woody's Traction, Fly Racing, FXR Racing, EVS, Driven Racing Oil, and Mike Kloety at Team Arctic Cat!

Pro Reviews

  • Brandy Floyd

    The Switch goggle has been a great addition to making my days in the deep snow even more fun! They fit my face properly which ensures a fog free day and on those super deep days where you are taking powder to the face the spherical lens allows the snow to fall right off with a simple shake of your helmet.

  • Corin Todd

    “Frames fit great, and I never had an issue with my lenses fogging even in the weather we race in all winter!”

  • Chad Dow and Tim Lessard

    Chad Dow and Tim Lessard ran the goggles during the Iron Dog, like anyone we had reservations about trying something new vs what we were accustomed too.  We were pleasantly surprised, NO goggle we have ever ran has performed this well.  During Iron Dog it is not unlikely to change goggles 3 to 4 times a day!!! With a good portion of the race being run at night and in temperatures as low at negative 50.   The goggles had awesome visibility and venting in ever changing light and temperatures.  Fit and finish was awesome.  Goggles will sometimes be made to feel to small around face and be uncomfortable, Triple 9 was better in this department, could have been a touch larger, but this varies from person to person and we understand they go for the average customer.  Again we appreciate all the support.  We are going back to Iron Dog in 2015, hope to see you there.  

    Josh Miville

    Chad Dow

    Tim Lessard

  • Colten Moore

    I ride both quads and snowmobiles and Triple 9 makes the best goggles for both worlds!! In the snow there's usually a problem with goggles fogging up but I've yet to have that issue with Triple 9! When I'm in the Texas heat riding my quad, the Triple 9's are the best for keeping the sweat out of my eyes. Best of all, they have plenty of sick styles and colors!!!