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Immersion Research Microwave Handwarmers

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IR MicroWave Hand Warmer Kayak Pogies - Many paddlers prefer to have direct hand contact with their paddle shaft. These 'pogie-style' hand warmers are constructed of durable Supratex and Tuffskin neoprene, which is fast drying and warm. The wide opening allows for easy entry. Durable Vecro attaches the Microwave pogies firmly to your paddle shaft, and lets me be removed easily.

- Outdoorplay

When you have to deal with cold days and even colder water temps, pull on the Immersion Research MicroWave Handwarmers. Made from tough Supertex neoprene, these pogie-style handwarmers provide some warmth and protection without compromising your grip on the paddle.

- Backcountry.com

Pogie-style handwarmers provide kayaker with a natural grip on the paddle while protecting hands from cold water and splash. Most neoprene gloves reduce dexterity and "feel" of a paddle - pogies allow paddler to use bare hands while protecting from cold water. These paddle gloves easily attach to the paddle shaft and are easy to get hands into and out of. Made with heavy duty, abrasion resistant TuffSkin neoprene. Quick drying, wind proof and insulating.Warm, windproof, and insulated alternative to paddling with neoprene glovesEasy entry and exit for handsPair constructed of Tuffskin abrasion resistant neoprenePogies easily attach to paddle using stout hook and loop closure

- Campmor