Jethwear joins forces with Kimpex to bring a new snowmobile gear line to Canada

by Kirsten Armleder

Jethwear snowmobiling gear.
Jethwear, eh? We can see this collection popping up in serious freeriding circles. Photos courtesy Kimpex

If you’re a backcountry rider who’s not happy with current snowmobile gear in Canada, then you’ll be pleased to know that Jethwear will be available through Kimpex come fall 2017.

Created by a Swedish company known as Extra Evil, Jethwear is a snowmobile apparel brand that offers bright colours and innovative design features, inspired no doubt by the more edgy ski and snowboard worlds. The collection includes bibs, jackets and monosuits, which are available in men’s- and women’s-specific sizes. You’ll also find layering and a small line of casual apparel by Jethwear. 

Jethwear has been on the Scandinavian market since 2013, and according to the company, it has become a hit among those who identify themselves as freeriders.

“We are very anxious to have you see and touch this new line this fall,” said Michel Côté, vice-president of sales for Kimpex.

For now, you can go to Jethwear’s website for more information on its collection. 

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