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Desert Digits Hand Protectors

$169.99 $149.99 (You save $20.00)
3.20 LBS
Price reflects all add-on items and/or size/style changes chosen.
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Mini Motorcycle Fairings for your Hands

Cold hands are a thing of the past - and so are bulky motorcycle gloves! And NO WIRING required!

Warm and dry equals comfort! That's exactly what Desert Digits Hand Protectors deliver. Desert Digits Hand Protectors are mini motorcycle fairings for your hands that attach to your motorcycle handlebars. The Ultra-Swivel feature allows you to optimally position your motorcycle hand protector for perfect protection against the elements.

  1. Flexible mounting

    Desert Digits hand warmers mount to any round handlebar (1" to 1.25" diameter). Thanks to our patent-pending "Ultra Swivel" design, the Desert Digits hand guards offer literally UNLIMITED rotational ability. (Other designs provide limited rotation or only one- or two-plane angling.) This means that you can adjust the Desert Digits exactly where it you want them.
  2. Air funneling

    The problem with traditional wind deflectors is that air (and rain!) hits the surface of the deflector, bounces off, but still comes around the plate. Result: cold, wet hands.

    The Desert Digits patent-pending convex shape solves this problem by actually funneling the air - in essence, using the windshield and the Desert Digits to push wind around and to the outside of your hands. And the Desert Digits hand protectors' elongated shape (6" x 13") provides more coverage for your hands and wrists.
  3. Ease of use - and Removable

    The Desert Digits base bracket installs in minutes with no special tools. The cover itself can be easily removed when not in use and stored in a saddlebag or other location. You do not have to keep them on all the time!
  4. Aesthetics and Quality

    Let's face it: looks matter - but so does quality. So the Desert Digits hand warmers were manufactured with BOTH in mind. The material is a rugged marine-grade vinyl that looks like leather (and by the way, matches the Desert Dawgs Rain Guards). The hardware is all stainless steel and chrome plated. MADE IN THE USA.


NOTE: Desert Digits Hand Guards are most effective when used in conjunction with a windshield.


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Desert Digits Hand Guards fit any round bar 1" to 1.25" diameter
How to Install Desert Digits Hand Deflectors on a Motorcycle Handlebar - Motorcycle Accessories (04:30)
http://www.leadermotorcycle.com Cold hands are a thing of the past - and no more bulky gloves! Desert Digits Motorcycle Wind Deflectors protect your hands and arms against wind and wet, keeping you dry and warm. They install on your motorcycle handlebar in minutes (and can be easily removed), are fully adjustable and are made in the USA of top quality materials for superior performance and durability. See our other video "Turn your Crash Bar into a Motorcycle Fairing." Free cold-weather riding guide at http://www.desertdawgs.com
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  1. a great find

    Posted by Ed g on 24th Dec 2013

    I have been looking for this product for a long time
    It's great, good looking and well worth the money.
    Also I will be telling all my friends that have a hog.
    The only thing is everyone should be using a lock
    Washer so it won't loosen up.

  2. long past due

    Posted by Ed on 23rd Dec 2013

    I have been looking for this product for a long time
    And I am so glad and happy I found it. It looks great on my bike. Blocks the wind and rain off my hands. All my friends have been asking me where
    I got them from. Thanks leadermotorcycle. Com

  3. Does what it should

    Posted by peter on 18th Nov 2013

    This product is good. It is very adjustable and is of sufficient size to block the wind. I have used it down to 28 degrees without heated gloves and definitely felt the difference it made after the first use

  4. Desert Digits- Finding the right fit

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Feb 2013

    I agree with the locktight recommendation. They don't hold their position without that. Takes a few tries to figure out the best location. Depending upon the shape of your handlebars you may want to flip the main connectors upside down that attache to the handlebars. These cost more but are larger than some alternatives. They are well made. Once fitment is figured out should provide quality long lasting service. I find the best fit is to center the deflectors over the lower fingers. My fingers are what get cold rather than the backs of my hands so I recommend you put the top of the deflectors close to the top of your hands and provide full protection to your fingers below.

  5. So far so good

    Posted by Big D Triker on 10th Dec 2012

    When I ercieved the hand protectors, I installed them on my Rewaco RF1 (tike made in Germany) My first ride I was diasappointed because even though I had tightened all connections, wind pressure cause connections to loosen. I then took them apart again and reinstalled using Locktite 242 (blue) and now they are staying put. I think they give a good look as well. They definitely keep my hands warmer.

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