Droppin’ into the weather? Combine Bushwackers Hand Guards with rigid hand guards/deflectors and heated grips for the ultimate protection against the elements. Ride safer and longer with warm, dry and clean hands and controls. Essential gear for motorcycles, snow bikes and snowmobiles. They’re hand savers!
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Droppin’ into the weather? Combine Bushwackers Hand Guards with rigid hand guards/deflectors and heated grips for the ultimate protection against the elements. Ride safer and longer with warm, dry and clean hands and controls. Essential gear for motorcycles, snow bikes and snowmobiles.
Cold/wet weather comfort
Brush, mud and trail protection
Strap on/off in seconds
Multiple mounting configurations to fit most motorcycle makes/models equipped with rigid hand guards and/or deflectors
Tough stretch polyurethane strap (can be used separately)
Custom wind foil shapes
No stitching or pieces to fail
When not using Bushwackers Hand Guards, straps have a thousand other uses: Lash water bottles, fuel, gear to tail rack. Hold flashlight in place while working in dark. And many others!
Made in USA
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Motorcycle must be equipped with rigid hand guards or deflectors to support Bushwackers while riding.
Specs & Features
Materials: Corona (UV) Treated, Matte Finish, .055 Gauge Polyethylene Plastic
Dimensions (flat): 13.5″ (length from end closest to bar clamp to end closest to bar end) x 16″ (widest part at end of bars) x 6″ (narrowest part nearest center of bar)
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Ronald Orem –
while I found the stock straps too short, another set sorted that…my wife says they look goofy on the bike, but I don’t look at them, especially on a cold, wet day of riding in the mountains.
THESE THINGS ROCK! keep the hands much warmer, and drier, and are simple to take off and stow in the saddlebags when things dry out.
one of the best bits of kit I’ve added in a while!
Cory Walters –
these work great! I will never go on another trail ride without one
Carrie Barton –
Bushwackers are my favorite winter riding accessory. Whether I’m doing a wet rainy trail ride, or racing all night at a 24 Hour event, these help keep my hands protected from the wind and cold. The Pronghorn straps makes it super easy to put on and take off as needed. The heavy duty material is super durable, especially in narrow tree lined singletrack! They are an absolute must on the snow bike as well!
Jeffrey Lindahl –
If you have handguards, you need these for cold weather riding. They let you ride with summer gloves in chilly temps, and keep your hands warm in freezing weather with winter gloves.