CKSonline Immersion Research Handwarmer

Any kayaker paddling in cold water needs a decent pair of pogies.

For years, our paddling experts have been using the Immersion Research Microwave Pogies. We've found that this kayak accessory is a comfortable way to stay warm, while keeping a solid grip on your paddle.

CKSonline Immersion Research Handwarmer
Immersion Research Microwave Pogies

 

Pros:

Cons:

  • Warm
  • Easy to get in + out of
  • Cuff on the inside to keep additional water out
  • The price is right
  • It is IR, and IR is cool
  • Short cut pogie, not a long
  • Does not offer wind-proof lining

 

 

Microwave Pogies

Features:

  • Colors may vary
  • 3mm neoprene
  • Abrasion resistant neoprene across knuckle area
  • Quick drying
  • Wind-proof
  • Supertex neoprene

TL;DR: Intuitive user-friendly pair of pogies, that paddlers can get in and out of (quickly) that will keep your hands warm. 

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