I have a healthy infatuation with any piece of machinery that has a greater than average chance of maiming me. Dirt bikes, motorcycles, rusty old trucks, and poorly assembled track rats all fall into that category.
So do snowmobiles, but growing up south of the Mason-Dixon line meant I never got the chance to get cozy with a sled. Everything about them seems brilliant. A single, spike-laden track? Check. Hellacious power? Check. Two sharp-as-hell skis? Check. The ability to traverse back country at break-your-bones speed? Big ol' check.
Vikingland Apparel has a collection of T-shirts and hoodies that pay tribute to some of the most wicked snow machines of days gone by. You know, like the aluminum-chassis, Yamaha-powered Thunder Jet, the impossiblycool Scoprion sleds, and the killer square-eyed Rupps. Everything's designed and printed in Minnesota, a land that's all too familiar with snow, machines, and being rad as hell. Check out the designs over at the .