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Item # BMI0002

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Item # BMI0002

Road Pogie Handlebar Mittens

There's only so much layering you can do when temperatures dip below freezing. Too much, and shifts become sloppy, if existent at all, and braking near impossible — a terrifying endeavor on icy roads. The Road Pogie Handlebar Mittens act as an insulated den for your hands, so you can opt for more streamlined gloves underneath, and keep shifting and braking precise, without freezing your digits.

  • Burly winter-ready pogies that crate a toasty home on your bars
  • 6-millimeter thick neoprene cuts through rain and wind
  • Nylon lamination ads an extra hit of waterproof durability
  • Wide internal space allows you to keep your hands where you want them
  • Optimized shape allows for shifting and brake modulation
  • Can be partnered up with cycling gloves of your choice underneath
  • Small opening is 8in, medium is 8.5in, large is 9in

Tech Specs
Material[membrane/laminate] nylon, [face fabric] 6mm neoprene, [extreme model lining] fleece
Closurezipper, hook-and-loop cuffs
Recommended Usecommuting, mud/sand/snow, road cycling

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Very very warm

I've put it through the wringer
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 6"
150 lbs

I did not believe these things were as warm as advertised until I tried them. I only use these for road rides below 30 F and wear my usual spring gloves (that would usually only be used for spring rides above 50 F). My coldest so far was 14 F and I used only a medium weight glove and still sweat slightly. No freezing fingers until I am warmed up any longer! A little tough to handle in brisk cross winds but not terrible. I wear a small/medium glove (7.5) and sized up to large for more room to place my hands in quickly. The larger gap had no effect on warmth. I can't imagine using the small. I have had them 3 seasons. Simple straightforward design in strong material with no durability issues at all as far as I can tell.

>Rating: 5

Don't need gloves in 30F, 20mph winds

I've put it through the wringer

I have these and the extremes. I use these with light gloves at 40F and light wind. The extremes are great at 40F light wind and no gloves. I doubled up: these and the extremes at 25F, 15mph wind, didn't need gloves. No more heavy gloves for me in the winter. Easy on, easy off if you roll them on, not slide.