Hippo Hands Are Back with Bold New Designs

Hippo Hands have been totally redesigned into three popular models, transforming the functional namesake into a more engineered and stylish necessity now to be used for three-season riding.

Hippo Hands, the original motorcycle hand covers, have been totally redesigned into three popular models, transforming the functional namesake into a more engineered and stylish necessity now to be used for three-season riding. No longer only made for wet winter riding; the newly designed Hippo Hands enable riders to wear lighter-weight gloves in cooler weather permitting a more controlling, tactile grip on the bars and levers.

“We’ve beefed up the design all around to hold their shape while riding seated or standing on the pegs. These new Hippo Hands are warmer and more repellent to adverse weather,” stated Hippo Hands president, Bryan Miller, “but still protective against chilling winds and rain in any season. Everyone who has tried the newly designed product loves them and ends up using them more often than first realized and in lieu of heavier, clunky gloves.”

The new owners of the original Hippo Hands brand have been designing, developing and testing their new products and materials since 2015 for applications on motorcycles, ATVs and snow bikes. These hand covers feature embedded 3M reflective panels, HippoSkin reinforced, protective, water-shedding technology and proprietary HippoFat, a durable yet flexible closed-cell bio foam-insulated construction for added warmth in cold and wet conditions. Even the five-ply nylon thread used in the sturdy “diamond-stitched” construction protects from UV light degradation and resists mildew making your investment a quality, long-term one instead of a seasonally disposable one.

Warrantied for 5 years, you can purchase with confidence from the Oregon-based company offering the products direct-to-consumer and soon through select powersports retailers.

Link: Hippo Hands

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