Bought these hand guards for our new Vectors. They are good quality, visually appealing and installation was a breeze. Haven't ridden with them yet, still waiting for good snow, but, feeling confident that these hand guards will do the job they were intended for.
My hands finally stay warm. After spending all kinds of money on gloves to keep my hands warm someone told me to try some hand guards and I'm glad I did. I own a 2006 Yamaha Vector and the skinz fit very well on the bars. They installed very easy with the Plastic Push pins and Velcro. I do recommend this product.
My husband and I were extremely happy with our purchase. They block wind completely and stay in place leaving your hands free as if they are not there. For the first time ever I had to put my handlebar warmers on low. Highly recommended
I ordered the all black handguards. They help to block the wind and keep my hands much warmer. The great thing about them is their flexibility so that they will not break if anything hits them or in the event that the sled tips over. Also, they are easy to install or remove in a matter of seconds.
Very easy to install. Looking forward to trying them out. Love the fact that you can take them off and throw them in your bag when you don't need them in the spring. Also, like that they are flexible and won't break if you happen to roll your sled!
Bought two pair. They work better on hooked bars then non-hooked. You secure the ends on hooked bars with the attached Velcro straps. On straight bars you have to pin the ends with plastic push through pins and it's not a tight enough mounting method on our 03' Rev. It works but needs a little more love to make it work better
I installed a set of Skinz Pro hand guars to my Polaris Fusion. The velcro straps fit well, but the ends that fit over the 45 deg bar extensions slide off too easy and I wish I could permenantly attach the outer end to it.
The wind protection is really good and they look good too, but I found that they totally block the view to my mirrors and rendered them useless. To me the wind protection they offer is most important and they do the job. I've been wearing thinner gloves this year for a better grip and the Hand Guards provide the wind protection I was looking for.
I have a hard time seeing why these cost ~$50. It was worth it to me, but they should only be in the $30-$35 dollar range in my opinion.
I bought a set of these for a '09 MXZ. Stock handguards are totally worthless in my opinion. Super easy install. Seemed to help a lot with keeping my fingers warm, as that is always a problem. The only gripe I have is the price could be lower
They work good I have A 2009 Polaris IQ 600 Shift standard grips the plastic fits in the end to stay on if you hit them with your handsthey might move a bit they would not move if you have handlebar hooks for they have velcro to wrap around them. I put my handlebars on low my thumb stays warm up untill about dark and its about 0 Degrees out then it gets cold but i just throw my muffs on over these and im good to go. They give you the most protection from the wind that you can find they work good id would recommened them