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    Very Active Member tofriendscreek's Avatar
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    I use First Gear ( Warm & Safe Heated Gear) jacket, pants and socks with heated gloves. Got them all from Baja Ron at a good price, with super service. The FG equipment have functioned well.
    2022 Plasma Red, F3 Limited, Special Series


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    I rode today. beautiful sunny day about 50/55F, the can am heated grips are probably marginal below 50F unless you wear thicker gloves, The thicker the gloves the less feel you have on the handle bars and you tend to squeeze the bar tighter resulting in tired hands.

    I have never ridden my sled in the winter time with heated gear but have ridden in the mountains and locally down to about -20F quite comfortably. The handle bar warmers are much better on a sled so I use very thin gloves, and wind deflectors that help keep the hands warm.

    For body comfort I run Klim jacket and bib pants (windproof and waterproof but breathable) and usually a base layer and one to two mid layers. This allows the moisture to escape and the base layer keeps you dry. You are more active on a sled than a Spyder so in temperatures below 32F you may need the second midlayer, but no wires to hook up and free movement.

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    Been using Warm'n'Safe for years. Except for the spelling of their name, I've been quite pleased. Wife agrees, and she's always cold.
    socks, pants, jacket and glove liners. All work. Simple to use.
    Recommended.
    2015 ST Limited; Givi E52 Top Case; Baja Ron anti-sway bar; Cal Sci wind screen; Vredestein Quatracs (Front).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndysF3S View Post
    I rode today. beautiful sunny day about 50/55F, the can am heated grips are probably marginal below 50F
    You haven’t listed what your ride is, nor the year. Looking at the photo, I assume it’s an F3, but no idea on the year. My 2014 RTS has heated grips and they work fantastically. Great heat while on “low”, nut put on “high” and they are just too blamed hot. just my 2 cents


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    '22 F3S and there is only one choice for hand warmers in the accessory catalogue. The settings are on or off.
    Last edited by Peter Aawen; 11-18-2023 at 05:16 PM.

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