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    Bar Mitts™
   Cold weather bicycle accessory to help keep hands warm and comfortable in the cold, rain, snow or wind.
 Designed for road bicycles with drop style handle bars. Easily installed and removed for temperature changes.
 Can be used with regular cycling gloves of varying thickness.
 Bar Mitts will fit most of todays shift levers including: Shimano, Sram and Campagnolo.
  Campagnolo and Sram specific Bar Mitts are in the works. Only difference is that these will not have the
zipper on the side.

 Bar Mitts are easily installed and removed. They have a zipper opening for the cables and a velcro closure that attaches to the handle bar. Bar Mitts stay secure on the handle bars while riding allowing your hands to slide in and out without difficulty.

 Braking and shifting is also easily accomplished. If your hands get too warm, simply unzip the Bar Mitts to ventilate.
Bar Mitts are made of neoprene, a synthetic rubber often used for waterproofing or weather resistant clothing
(i.e. wetsuits).

 The neoprene has a closed cell construction, meaning it is filled with closed air bubbles. These bubbles serve as insulators, just as styrofoam does. Since the cells are closed, the neoprene itself is waterproof. The thickness of the neoprene is 5.5 mm with nylon laminated on each side. Due to the body of the neoprene, the Bar Mitts stay open allowing easy access and removal of hands.

 Bar Mitts: Black $54.99
Shimano Type.
 Bar Mitts: Red $54.99
Shimano Type.
Md  Not Available.
 Bar Mitts: Blue $54.99
Shimano Type.

 Bar Mitts: Black $54.99
Campagnolo / SRAM

 Bar Mitts: Black $54.99
Straight / MTB Bars


 Bar Mitts: Snowmobile / ATV / Motorcycle / Dirt Bike. $69.99

 One Size, One Color (Black) Fits most motorized controls.

Bar Mitts: Snowmobile / ATV / Motorcycle / Dirt Bike   Bar Mitts: Snowmobile / ATV / Motorcycle / Dirt Bike   Bar Mitts: Snowmobile / ATV / Motorcycle / Dirt Bike


     Bar Mitt Installation.
  Installing Bar Mitts The following is step by step instructions on how to install Bar Mitts on a road bike with drop style handle bars. Depending on the thickness of the handle bar and the handle bar tape, it will vary on how tight the Bar Mitts fit onto the bar ends. If it is too tight, a thinner bar tape should help.

 Click images for a larger view.

Click Here Step #1

  Open the zipper and slide the lower end of the handle bar through the inside of the Bar Mitt and then through the small hole on the bottom of the Bar Mitt.
Note: There is a left and right Bar Mitt. The zippers should face each other when installed.
Click Here Step #2

Pull the Bar Mitt up onto the handle bar until it is covering the shifter and brake levers.
Click Here Step #3

Position the hole next to the cuff onto the handle bar top and secure the velcro tabs
Click Here Step #4

To keep the zipper in the closed position, zip up zipper and secure the velcro tab over the zipper. Repeat the above for the other Bar Mitt.

   What colors are available? Black, Blue or Red.

 What sizes are available? Small fits S/M, Medium fits M/L and Large fits L/XL.

 How do you determine size? Go by what size glove you normally wear. The snugger the fit, the less air loss.

 Do Bar Mitts replace gloves? No, but it drastically reduces the glove thickness increasing dexterity.

 What's the difference between Shimano, Campagnolo and SRAM BarMitts? Shimano Mitts have a zipper that allows to install
the Mitts around the gear cable that sticks out from the side of the brake/shift lever. Campy/SRAM Mitts do not have this zipper.

 How is it getting in & out of the Bar Mitts? Getting in & out of the Bar Mitts is a natural movement. The mitts stay open so you can slide your hand in & out with no thought involved.

 How should they be washed? Rinse in cool water. Do not iron or dry clean.

NOTE: It is highly recommended that you never ride with no hands on the bar while the Mitts are installed on your bike. Wind can easliy turn your bars causing a unsafe situation.
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