Fatbiking offers adventures that are near impossible to achieve through the regular cycling season. Frosty temps send most riders to the mountains for alpine activities, or hunkering in their houses to stay toasty through the cold. Instead, toss a pair of 45NRTH Draugenklaw Pogies on your steed and shield your mitts from the icy winds. The Daugenklaw takes a couple of steps down from the Cobrafist, which packs in major insulation, instead opting for a lighter weight protection that skips insulation, and opts instead for total wind protection, so you can toss on an insulating glove underneath and dress for the current temperatures, rather than dressing a Siberian apocalypse regardless of what the thermometer tells you. A more open design makes it easier to get your hands in and out for riding singletrack, or commuting when you need to have the freedom to move your arms to signal to motorists around you. They connect to your bar with a zippered closure, and a bar-end mount that secure to your bar, plus a hook-and-loop strap that cinches around your bar. Reflective wrist cuffs add a boost of visibility to help you stay seen while you ride.
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