1.POPULAR COLORWAYS
2.Base Colors
Accent Color
Sled Plastic Color
Tunnel Color
3.Customize Wrap Colors
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  • DECAL VIEW
  • Sled View
Cyberpunk

We are Deviant Ink® — the sledwrap pioneers!

We have taken everything a step further with our innovative color customizer tool and easy, intuitive order process.

On this wrap customizer page, you can:

  • select plastic and accent colors that best match your machine
  • customize the colors of your choice design to create a unique wrap to flow with your snowmobile + your style

Once you have chosen the colors for your design, you advance to the “finalize” stage by clicking the "NEXT/CHOOSE MODEL" button.

In the finalize stage, you:

  • select your exact sled model and track length
  • choose your wrap coverage
  • add personalization options: like a custom name, number or logos


Please note: Your exact snowmobile model may not be displayed in our viewer (and that’s okay!). Images are representations of manufacturer colors and sled wrap designs. Wrap coverage will vary with particular models.

And remember... — “WRAP IT BEFORE YOU RIDE IT!” ® —

This custom post apocalyptic sled wrap design packs a serious punch and will definitely leave a mark on the mountain!  One of our best Polaris snowmobile wraps! If you're looking for an artistic unique wrap with extreme attention to detail, then the "Cyberpunk" wrap design will knock your socks off. You get a gnarly-looking astronaut feature design with this sled wrap.

Our Deviant Ink graphic kits are made for self installation. If you've got the time and the right equipment, you (and a couple buddies) can make it a great night in the shop installing your new snowmobile graphics kit.

Here are a few resources that will help you with your installation:

  • Click here to search for your decal placement instruction sheet
  • Click here for step-by-step instructions for proper sled prep and graphics application
  • Click here to watch our installation video using the "center hinge" method