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Dan Adams signs with Snowmobile Better Boards

Boise, Idaho

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Leading US aftermarket parts manufacturer Snowmobile Better Boards is pleased to announce a performance partnership agreement with original Slednecks and Polaris Industries factory free rider Dan Adams of Next Level Riding Clinics. Dan's 2010 custom turbo Polaris Assault is now equipped with the new signature series "Dan Adams" Assault Better Boards to maximize foot traction, running board strength, and reduce inevitable snow build up on the Polaris RMK Assault's running boards.

Next Level Riding Clinics clients will get the unique opportunity to hone their backcountry riding skills on Dan's personal custom Polaris turbo 800 Assault decked out with some of the world's finest aftermarket performance products. Adam's has been riding and advocating Snowmobile Better Boards for several seasons now so this was an exciting and natural progression for his new project.

"With these boards you don't have to battle constant snow build up packing the running boards after every turn. To have maximum control and balance, rider foot traction, and position is very critical...Better Boards allows the rider to freely move up and down the running boards without slipping around and losing your foundation. Your feet stay where you need them to be for balance and control. If your feet stay planted and don't slip around you can maintain proper body position to control your sled in all aspects of deep snow off camber riding situations. These boards are an excellent performance tool and a huge benefit to every level of rider". -Dan Adams

Snowmobile Better Boards are available for over 24 model specific modern mountain snowmobiles. Each model is designed to safely maximize rider foot traction, enhance the strength of the factory running board, and battle dangerous ice/snow buildup. The world's number one precision built aluminum traction insert is manufactured in the USA and available by distribution world wide. For more information please review the website at or ask for them at your local performance snowmobile dealership.

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