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    Ducks Unlimited Hand Warmers

    Ducks Unlimited has upscale products with extra features over other products on the market. All items are available in black and Advantage Max-4 pattern, are POP packaged and come with a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. A portion of the proceeds go to Ducks Unlimited in support of their wetlands conservation efforts.

    Features:
    • Extra thick for added warmth
    • Extra large size for easy mounting
    • Reinforced corners
    • Rugged water-resistant & UV-resistant 600-denier polyester


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    Overall Rating: 4.76 of 5

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    A must have in 45 degree and below weather!

    These Mitt Hand Warmers are fantastic! These are the best deal on the market. By far the best $27 I've spent for my bike. I have a Triumph Sprint ST 1050. And I absolutely hate cold fingers. A friend of mine told me to try these. For $20ish bucks, I thought I couldn't go wrong. If I knew these were going to be this nice, I would have easily paid twice what these are. They fit over the controls easily. The velcro keeps the winds out (even at 80+ mph). They are stiff enough to easily work the clutch and brake levers. And they are also stiff enough to easily put your hand back in at stop lights or even while you're riding, when you want to take your hand off the handlebars. I was most worried about this. I thought, if I take my hand out to open my visor while I'm riding, how am I going to put my hand back in. But they are so stiff and hold their shape, that my hand easily goes right back in without very much concentration. I now ride with summer gloves down to about 40 degrees. And below that, I wear a cheap pair of winter gloves, but my hands are very warm (almost too warm) when I wear the winter gloves. If you hate cold fingers, DO NOT HESITATE TO BUY THESE!!! It's the best solution out there. I promise!!!!!!!!!

    Chris L - December 13, 2010

    (Taylors, SC)

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    1st Class. The Way To Go! No more cold fingers.

    These Mitt Hand Warmers are fantastic! These are the best deal on the market. By far the best $27 I've spent for my bike. I have a Triumph Sprint ST 1050. And I absolutely hate cold fingers. A friend of mine told me to try these. For $20ish bucks, I thought I couldn't go wrong. If I knew these were going to be this nice, I would have easily paid twice what these are. They fit over the controls easily. The Velcro keeps the winds out (even at 80+ mph). They are stiff enough to easily work the clutch and brake levers. And they are also stiff enough to easily put your hand back in at stop lights or even while you're riding, when you want to take your hand off the handlebars. I was most worried about this. I thought, if I take my hand out to open my visor while I'm riding, how am I going to put my hand back in. But they are so stiff and hold their shape, that my hand easily goes right back in without very much concentration. I now ride with summer gloves down to about 40 degrees. And below that, I wear a cheap pair of winter gloves, but my hands are very warm (almost too warm) when I wear the winter gloves. If you hate cold fingers, DO NOT HESITATE TO BUY THESE!!! It's the best solution out there. I promise!!!!!!!!!!!

    Chris L. - December 10, 2010

    (Taylors, SC)

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    Street Biker

    First year of riding a street bike and decided to be an all year kinda guy...now that the weather is below 60, my hands were just getting too cold so starting looking around and decided to give these a try. They fit well over the handlebars (and easily). Rode 70mph with winds in 40 degree weather today for about 45 minutes and these did a good job with the wind and cold (unlike other users, I still used some winter gloves though)...my hands and figures were warm. The only downside I see is that the openings are overly big so a little cold air comes in (reason I had the gloves on)...the benefit though, is that it makes it easy to slip the hands in and out of the mitts.

    Nav S. - November 30, 2010

    (Ashton, MD)

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    I ride 20 mi to work, verrry early in the morning. Much below 50F and my fingers would start feeling cold, by 35F they were verrry cold. These cured that problem.

    Loren - November 30, 2010

    (Spartanburg, SC)

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    Ducks Unlimited Hand Warmers

    Got them for my 2006 KLR 650 and they work great. They are big, when later in the day and you don't need them, and need to store them. They are warm and the controls were easy enough to use. Look to be very durable.

    Grumpy - July 19, 2010

    (Klamath Falls, OR)

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    Ducks Unlimited Handwarmer review

    I try to ride year round and these let me go out on 36+ degree days in January and February this year. Fit is a little tight for my street bike and I had to use a thinner glove to feel the signals, and computer buttons inside the hand warmers. The combination of heated grips and the ducks unlimited hand warmers made winter riding easier. Next year they'll be on my woods bike and The Wunderlich ones will go on the street bike.

    otto - April 01, 2010

    (Sparta, NJ)

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    DU Handwarmers

    I didn't think I would ever need these, but with the cold winter we just had, they really proved their worth. I wear a light pair of gloves with these and my hands never get cold. I cannot live without them!

    Vic - March 17, 2010

    (Ft Collins, CO)

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    Well Made and Does the Job

    I've used these in 30-35 degree weather, and found they do a good job at keeping my hands warm. They're easy to install and are large enough to cover all the switches, break and clutch levers on the handlebars. The only minor down side to using these is you need to feel for the switches inside when you need them. Overall, I like them.

    Terry - January 21, 2010

    (Raleigh, NC)

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    Best money spent

    I bought these for a Victory motorcycle because of a recommendation of a friend. They took two minutes to install and I haven't taken them off this winter. I ride all year long and heavy gloves in sub freezing weather had me stopping too often with frozen hands. Now I ride and my hands are nice and toasty. The only downside is that you can't see your hand controls which I believe is why they are not advertised for motorcycles, but the word is getting out. The best $25 I've spent on my bike.

    Joe Deptula - January 14, 2010

    (Monticello, GA)

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    Ducks Hand Warmers

    I bought the hand warmers not for an ATV but my Vulcan 900CC cruiser. They are very easy to install. They allow me to ride in the cold rainy Oregon weather without big bulky winter gloves. I still use gloves but much lighter weight allowing better feel of the controls.

    Keith - January 08, 2010

    (beaverton, OR)

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    Great product, great price!

    Very happy with purchase.

    Erin - January 13, 2009

    (Toronto, ON)

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    Ducks Unlimited Hand Warmers

    I purchased the hand warmers for my husband for Christmas. He was impressed with the great fit over the handle bars and has loved them for this cold and snow Michigan winter. He has used them for hauling wood and just for fun with the kids. He said they keep the cold wind off his hands and wrists and they also protect from brush scrapes in the woods. Double protection and the price was the best I found anywhere!

    Cindy Koerner - January 13, 2009

    (Saranac, MI)

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    Motorcycle Bar-Mount Hand Warmers

    This is the product for those who brave the winter and want the best solution on the market today. Bulky gloves are dangerous for reaching controls swiftly. 'Ducks Unlimited' mount to the handle bars; on the coldest days I wear a mid-winter glove with no need to ever go full winter glove. On cold but not too cold days I use my summer driving gloves. Your hands slip in and out very easy (no worries). If it is very cold, with the easy Velcro on/off, I take them off and let the exhaust flow through the hand port for a minute or two slip them back on; and its toasty warm inside in the same time it takes for the bike to warm up. Very secure at all highway speeds, and great around town.

    Darrell Gilbert - December 04, 2008

    (wynnewood, PA)

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    MT fun lov'n 4 wheeler

    The hand warmers were easy to put on the handle bars and worked so well I ordered a pair for my friend that I ride with.

    scott zachariasen - February 25, 2008

    (missoula, MT)
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