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Eric in AZ
Runs pretty bug, I would even say 2 sizes larger than normal but 1 for sure. I got it on a super sale so it was worth the price but i would never pay the suggested retail for it. It is only slightly insulated, runs large and the top of the zippered neck bothered me a bit.Read All Reviews
Ben in MN
Have not used them but wareing them around the house they have the feel of a motocross boot but just way more comfortable. If you a looking for a boot to where rideing snowbike these are definitely it.Read All Reviews
Dwight in CA
I used this on several bikes on and off road. I hoped the padding would make a big difference in time in the saddle but I could ride about the same distance comfortably with regular boxer briefs. I did like the support, breathability, and the way the material flexed. I know how much regular bicycle shorts cost so the cost of these did not initially put me off but the Skiveez do not provide the same improvement as shorts for riding a bicycle. Comfortable for riding but fell short on adding distance to a ride. The bikes I used them on were KTM 1190 Adventure R and Husky 701 with Seat Concepts Seat. Africa Twin with stock seat. Honda ST1300 with Corbin seat.Read All Reviews
Cold weather and snow doesn’t stop your UTV from conquering the terrain, so why let it stop you? With cold weather riding gear from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, it doesn’t have to. We carry everything you will need to keep the cold out and the warm in so that every ride can still be an enjoyable one, no matter the temperature outside.
Layering is the key when it comes to staying warm when it is cold outside. At Rocky Mountain, we don’t leave anything out, starting from the first layer to the last:
A good pair of cold weather socks and waterproof, insulated boots are also a must have. If your feet get cold, the rest of your body will follow. Depending on your activity, a pair of goggles and a good face mask could also make the difference between a good ride and a bad one.
When you still need a little extra something to keep you warm out in the cold air, heated riding gear is your best option. With everything from heated pants, jackets, gloves and even socks, there is no reason you should ever have to feel the biting chill out on the trail. When you make sure that you pair the heated gear up with the needed heated gear accessories, spending hours out in the cold will be no problem at all. Take a good look at our UTV cold weather gear and get what you need to be able to extend your riding season all year long!