Hippo Hands- Rogue Motorcycle Hand Cover

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Hippo Hands LLC, Jan 6, 2018.

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Do you hate riding with cold hands?

  1. hell yes, cold hands suck

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  2. no, I am impervious to the elements

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  1. Hippo Hands LLC

    Hippo Hands LLC The Original Motorcycle Hand Covers

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    Introducing the Rogue motorcycle hand cover from Hippo Hands.

    The Rogue model is an amazingly versatile mid-sized hand cover. It provides all-weather coverage, fits most Adventure bikes and Sport Touring bikes. It offers a large hand opening that stays open even at highway speeds and are designed to be fitted over the top of brush/hand guards.

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  2. Hippo Hands LLC

    Hippo Hands LLC The Original Motorcycle Hand Covers

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    This is the Rogue on a BMW X country 650. perfect to stand and ride, or for highway travel. The mid-size hand cover is most popular with the commuter and enduro crowd....So much better than wearing big bulky gloves...!!!! Your hands are going to love you for it!
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  3. TonyKZ1

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    So even if you don't have hand/brush guards mounted on your handlebars, there's no problems with the covers pushing back on the brake/clutch levers at highway speeds?

    update: I just seen on your website's FAQ page:
    Does my bike need brushguards/hand guards?
    Yes. We recommend that all Hippo Hands be mounted with hand guards to prevent potential blowback into the controls when riding at high speeds.
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    Hippo Hands LLC The Original Motorcycle Hand Covers

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    Yessir. We recommend all hand covers be mounted over a supportive structure. We are developing a bar-end anchor for bikes without hand guards (attaches to bar-end weights) Should be available by November!
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    That sounds good, I may wait 'til then to order a pair. Of course, I could probably be persuaded to test out a pair too, as I ride/commute daily in most all sorts of weather. :muutt
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  6. motorock

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    I have the back country but I feel I may need these instead....do the open spaces in the muffs allow cold air to come in? I see lots of holes when it's on that GS...

    Also, the pictures here show the bar-end holes- but the pictures on the website don't. So, do they have those holes? I would actually like them- the velcro on the Back countries failed very fast.
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