Best Sled Wrap Contest—5th Batch

Help us decide who has the best snowmobile wrap out there by voting for your favourite

by Kirsten Armleder

Editor's Note: This contest is closed. Thank you to everyone who voted. See our 2017 Best Sled Wrap Winner. 

Who’s got the best snowmobile wrap out there? Recently, we posed this question to our social media followers and received dozens of replies. Now, we’re asking you, the reader, to pick the best sled wrap.

There are 60 different wraps to choose from (we had to add an extra batch because of all the entries), but there can only be one winner. We’ll be releasing them in batches with the most voted wrap from each batch advancing to the final round. So when only six sled wraps remain, it will be time to pick a winner. The winner will receive our Best Sled Wrap Award and a prize.

How to vote: Indicate your top choice (#1, #2, etc.) in the comments section located at the bottom of this page. Note: you will need to be signed into Facebook in order to use the comments plug-in. 

Also see:

Wrap #1


Wally Taylor - Rekkless Wraps

Wrap #2


Andy Messner

Wrap #3


Shanessa Gosling

Wrap #4


One Off Wraps in Fort Frances, Ontario. Corey Dobransky

Wrap #5


Wrap done by One Off Wraps. Billy Wilson, Kenosee Lake, Saskatchewan.

Wrap #6


Shay Hipskind

Wrap #7


The original Frosty Wrap. Kristine Bannister

Wrap #8


ArcticFX graphics! Was definitely the easiest company I've dealt with love them! Courtney Bamford

Wrap #9


Pammy Tyler

Wrap #10


Old lady got new clothes! Stickers made by StuntFreaksTeam Finland. Sari Veijanlainen

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