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My awesome wife got me a set of the Oxford Grip hand warmers. I tried them out to day and they rock! Would highly reccomend. I also purchased a set of the windshield rises from R&R Tool out of South Dakota. Absolutley great quality, easy install, and they accomplished exactly what they set out to do. Went out for test ride in chilly windy 23 degrees. I couldn’t have been more comfortable with the grips going and the wind off my face!
 

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My awesome wife got me a set of the Oxford Grip hand warmers. I tried them out to day and they rock! Would highly reccomend. I also purchased a set of the windshield rises from R&R Tool out of South Dakota. Absolutley great quality, easy install, and they accomplished exactly what they set out to do. Went out for test ride in chilly windy 23 degrees. I couldn’t have been more comfortable with the grips going and the wind off my face!
I have the Oxfords also. Love them!
 

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Add a set of Oxford muffs, it's almost never to cold.
 

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Would you look at those, I might have to check those out
NOTE: On a KLR, you'll probably have to take your hand guard plastic covers off to get them to fit. On my wife's NC700X, the mirrors were in the way, so I removed them, added the muffs and adjusted them where they felt right. Then I took a hot piece of 3/8 copper tubing and burned a hole for the mirror stems to go through. I added a tarp grommet in that hole, installed the mirrors back to the bike, clamping down the grommet. They're not the sportiest looking, but your hands are warm so if somebody says they're ugly, you can still feel your fingers to flip them off.
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After previously owning a 2017 Africa Twin that had Oxford's already installed....I quickly purchased a set for my 22 KLR.
They are awesome when riding in 30 degree winter temps now!
 

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I couldn’t Agree more. They rock, I have been riding these last couple weeks in Iowa, and its cold:) but the hands are toasty. My barkbusters arrived yesterday. I’m looking forward to getting those installed
 
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