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Team Hippo Hands enduro riding in Romania!

The term: Hidden Gem

The place: Curtea de Arges, Romania

The ride: Into the mountains, dirt roads, trails and through the trees. This place offers some exquisite enduro riding. Unlike so many places that have been discovered, Romania boasts some serious enduro/off-road riders, unbelievable terrain, but no crowds to muck it up. What a trip!!!

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The Commuting Combo... at sub zero.

The Combo.

Air Temperature 29.8F, a 30 minute commute, wearing mesh summer gloves with holes, Hippo Hands Back Country hand Covers and heated grips. This combo makes the commute comfortable, without feeling like I am wearing boxing gloves.  Plugging this air temp into the calculator below, provides an approximate wind chill temp at highway speeds.

Temperature 29.8°F  -1.22°C 
Wind Speed   65 Mph  56 Knots
Wind Chill

  9 °F  -13 °C

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We Love Customer photos!!

We love to hear back from our customers after they join the #warmhandsrevolution !!!
Customer Bryan Kreicher to Team Hippo Hands
October 27 at 5:55am · West End, VA
34 degree morning and 36 mile daily commute. Hands stay nice and warm! I wish I would have had these years ago.
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Extending the season

If I am comfortable I can keep riding and if I am riding I am having fun.  Love taking the big bike on some greasy terrain and I love this time of year.

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Cold weather commuting.

The best part of commuting to work on my motorcycle is that I look forward to the drive (ride) home. After a day at work, the ride home de-clutters my mind and puts me in a better mood, always arriving home one shade happier. The difficulty comes with cold weather. The proper outerwear and footwear is essential, but to keep your hands warm it is essential to protect them from cold wind and/or moisture. The combination of heated grips and Hippo Hands has revolutionized Winter and Fall commuting, now it's fun! I literally wear summer gloves all year now.

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