Conquer Those Cold Commutes
You can always make a bleak situation a little brighter. When riding through the lowest temperatures possible, refuse to settle for mediocre gloves and treat yourself to the 45Nrth Draugenklaw Pogies for superior warmth. And since they're not too heavy, these pogies keep their shape and stay attached to the handlebars no matter how wild you ride.
A softshell fabric brings the low weight for ultimate performance. The weather-resistant outer is streamlined for the coldest and wettest rides. Soft and cozy Far-Infrared Yarn makes up the inner lining for the comfort you can count on. This high-performance polyester fiber has the function of accumulating heat and maintaining warmth.
As the ultimate in lightweight performance, the Draugenklaw Pogies are designed for anything from race days to mild-weathered winter commutes and rides. Included bar plugs keep the pogies securely in place, allowing you to get out and go at a moment's notice.
- Lighter streamlined pogies for milder days or racing
- Weather-resistant softshell fabric outer
- High-performance Far-Infrared Yarn used in the Inner lining
- Included bar plugs keep pogies securely in place
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Mfg PartNum: HT1224
If you're looking for a lighter set of pogies, these are the ones to get. They're not adequate for very cold temperatures for two reasons: They don't insulate all that well, and they are a little tight, so you can't use heavy gloves with them with a lot of comfort. I have used big, battery-heated gloves and stuffed my hands inside, but I wouldn't recommend it.
Those aren't negatives, just aspects. If the temperatures are 35-40F (lower if you have better circulation than I apparently have), these are perfect because your hands won't overheat. Much below freezing, and I prefer Bar Mitts. The Draugenklaws are much better constructed than the Bar Mitts, though, which are basically a couple slabs of neoprene slapped together. The Draugenklaws don't slip down the bar, either, which the Bar Mitts do constantly. They keep their shape and don't move.