Canvasworks | Duane Smith
601 Nelson Blvd.
Montrose, MN 55363
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Over the years I've purchased several SnoCap Trailers for my snowmobile trailers. I travel everywhere with my SnoCaps Trailer and my snowmobiles are always protected. Great product!
SnoCaps is your Minneapolis SnoCap trailer enclosure dealer located in Montrose, MN. SnoCaps are a one of a kind fabric enclosure for trailers that reduces the weight you’re pulling and helps conserve gas mileage. We are locally owned and operated by Duane Smith and have served the entire United States and Canada since 1993. Custom built SnoCaps can be made for any size and type of trailer, from utility trailers up to 40 foot car haulers. Call us today to start planning your custom SnoCap trailer enclosure!
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Our end of the year special is here! Free shipping on Sport Series OR free LED lights and fuel doors on any SnoCap ordered between now and the New Year!
This SnoCaps was purchased by a customer who makes numerous trips out west and up to Canada for snowmobiling. He has put on around 50,000 miles on this SnoCap. It's finally coming in for a re-sew, which is significantly less than a new hard enclosure.
13 yr old 30' ProSeries SnoCap
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We just purchased our second SnoCap trailer enclosure to cover our second trailer and want to say that this is a great product. Our family regularly travels from Iowa to South Dakota to snowmobile and having both of our trailers (22' and a 24') covered by SnoCaps makes the trip much smoother. Not only does the SnoCap haul well, it also does a great job of protecting our snowmobiles. Warren Gradert