Your activity level plays a large part in clothing selection. Active riders will stay warmer than riders who are going at a more casual pace and not physically exerting themselves. Those riding off trail and in deep snow are generally the most active of riders and typically will wear even lighter jackets and pants to prevent overheating. Waterproof clothing is also more important off trail, as you will be in contact with the snow far more often during the ride.
Riders should always check the weather forecast for the day and adjust clothing and route for the greatest enjoyment. Days that are windy or colder are best enjoyed on winding trails that create a more active riding style to keep the rider comfortable and warm. Smoother trails are colder than rougher or bumpy ones.
If you are unsure or have more questions, your Ski-Doo dealer can help you select the right gear for the type of riding and the location you will be riding at.