We Engineer and Manufacture Snowmobile Trail Groomers.
Each groomer is designed for outstanding performance.
About SnoBoss Groomers
Doug Olson, owner and manufacturer, has been building snow groomers since 1994. Each groomer is built to meet the needs of snowmobile trails across the Midwest. These trails demand the design and engineering that each SnoBoss Groomer is built to handle. Efficient grooming starts with the central key component of the five blade system.
Snowmobile clubs across Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota are using SnoBoss Groomers to effectively improve trail conditions and provide the smoothest trail possible for all snowmobile enthusiasts.
Minnesota Great Groomer Show
McQuoid’s Inn, Isle MN
Vehicles and drags side by side. Compare, drive, attend seminars, ask questions.
Snowmobile Trail Groomer Show
St. Germain, WI 54558
Ride and drive new grooming equipment.
Michigan Snowmobile Association Groomer Work Shop
Kewadin Casino, Sault Ste Marie, MI
View a variety of groomers on display.
We now have three SnoBoss groomers ranging from 1 to 13 years old and the oldest one works as well as the newest one. It pulls easier, cuts moguls aggressively and leaves an excellent trail compared to our old drag.
With nearly 30 years of grooming experience I know just a little about grooming equipment, I have found our SnoBoss groomer to be superior in performance, workmanship and durability to all the competition.
The SnoBoss groomer is built strong enough to take the punishment when operating in our low snow conditions and frozen fields. The groomer makes a good trail whether it is working on wind-blown chisel plowed fields or cutting through drifted fence lines.
One of the first things we noticed was the hitch. It works very well because it is so adjustable. The five blade design works excellent, you cut the full width of the drag. We liked it so much we bought a second one a year later in 2013.
The SnoBoss Roller has proved to be the ideal early season trail conditioning tool. The ability to compact early snow, accelerate trail compaction and enhance deep frost penetration has allowed our trails to be accessed sooner and hold snow longer.