Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: cheyenne wyoming
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Heated grips heat the bottom of your hand, the top still gets cold. I think heated gloves are better if a person wants to go the electric route, at least they heat the top and bottom of the hand.
The hippo hands keep the wind off of your hands and lower arms, which also keeps wind from going up the sleeves of your jacket.
If you use the quick attach canvas hippo hands, they really make a difference in a rain storm, by keeping your hands and arms dry and warm. Then when the rain quits, one quick stop and you can remove them.
I used to snowmobile, and with the heated grips, some part of your hand was always cold, while other parts would sweat.
That's my story anyway, ymmv.
Anybody else think these buffalo wings taste a lot like chicken?
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