Pure junk... Save your time and money. They cover up the turn signal indicator light and warning lights on my bike. they're hard to put on and take off. they look terrible and are floppy in the wind. They do offer some protection, but I wouldn't recommend them on a very long ride. They also don't work well with gloves and are a colossal pain to return, I sent 2 emails and make 3 calls to get authorization to return them and I had to pay shipping. Still haven't got my refund money. I just installed heated grips and they are the way to go.
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22 days ago
Bike Master Hand Mitts
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Q: 2nd question, will I need to remove my 'brush deflectors' / 'hand guards' that are standard on my bike. KAWA Versys 650LT
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A: Their will be dual slot openings for mirrors and cables taper down with a hook-and-loop closure but it does accommodate hand guards. Check all controls for proper function before operating the vehicle with Hand Mitts installed.
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