Keep your hands toasty while riding in the cold weather. Handmade in Fairbanks,Alaska, Dogwood Designs products can be found on Alaskan winter bikers and mushers alike. An innovative design incorporates a gasket around the arm to keep warmth in. Ergonomically shaped to allow good hand movement inside the pogies, they also include ample insulation.
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I got these for Christmas from a gift-giver who had heard endless complaints of my cold hands when riding in winter. I have one ride on them, so these are clearly first impressions. They appear well made and they were super-easy to install and take off my bike. The left poagie's inner elastic loop slipped off the end of the bar while riding, but it did not seem to affect performance and it was easy to re-attach mid-ride. It was relatively warm for a winter ride, about 23F, and my hands stayed super-warm with medium-weight gloves. In the future, unless it drops below 20F-ish, I will probably ride with lighter gloves. And if gets to, or above freezing, I will not use them. Kudos to Dogwood for a well thought-out product that appears to be well-made. Made in the USA is also a selling point for me.
These are great. I have a circulatory disorder (Raynauds) and with these pogies I am able to ride my bike without huge mittens and warmers. It was -2 today and I was able to use these with just wool mittens. Very easy to get on and off to bring inside or swap to another bike.
I use these anytime the temps drops to near freezing.