If you’re looking for the best snow plow for the Can-am Defender, there are a few variables you must consider. Size and shape as well as controllability and adjustability are important factors to think about, and so too is the ground you are plowing — because what works great on paved roads may not be the best on gravel and sand. The Snowex V-shaped plow and Snowex salter are a great Can-am Defender snow plow kit combo that work great on both paved and gravel roads. Throw on a shoe kit and you’ll even be able to plow the finer sandy gravel roads. And if you’re looking to multitask, the Snowex salter can even be used to seed and fertilize with as well! Along with Snoex’s v-plow, Boss also makes a solid Can-am Defender V Plow that does work. However the Boss V-blade is a bit heavy, so you might want to consider putting heavier springs on the front-end suspension when running it.
For areas that receive feet of snow every year, the Alpine flex plow is probably the way to go. This winch-controlled Can-am Defender Plow System might not be the biggest plow out there, but it won’t let you down. It has a lot of dampening in the blade material as well as very heavy duty springs. We’ve seen entry level truck plows made for small SUVs and 1/4 ton trucks that were more expensive and half as nice as this UTV snow plow. The only caveat is that you have to get out to adjust the angle manually. If you want a Can-am Defender Snow Plow Attachment with hydraulic angling, your best bet is the Can-Am SuperDuty Plow with a Can-am Defender Snow Plow Mount. It is seven feet wide and heavy like the Boss blade. Many riders upgrade the SuperDuty’s coil to a stiffer one, but even with the loose coil it is still an absolute beast of a UTV plow. Regardless of what you’re looking for in a Can-am Defender snow plow, here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the right plow for you and your needs!