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    Dogwood Design vs Moose Mitts?

    From those experts that tried both, which do you prefer.
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    Hands In: Dogwood! ;p Plus they are made in Alaska!

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    Dogwood

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    Dogwood for now.....Revelate once they are available!
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    Dogwood or Revelate.

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    I have a friend who just started making goose down insulated pogies for sale. Must-Stache Bike Bags. Really nice. I rode for 16 hours the other day with them at -10f with no gloves on.

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    Got the Moose Mitts last winter and they've been great. More then warm enough for here in Vermont. They have a pocket for a chemical handwarmer, but I've never been even close to cold using just the mitts that I need the chem-warmers. They are well made and have taken a beating loading the bike into the back of the car.

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    Dogwood. Buddy had Moose Mitts, got 45 Nrth to replace them as he wasn't that happy. 45Nrth seem nice, but I will keep my Dogwoods unless they give me a bigger reason to change.
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    Has anyone tried either of these with Jones Bars?

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    Yep, use Dogwood Pogies on my 2012 Muk II with a Jones loop bar. Used this setup in last year's AH 135, and have used them regularly since. No problems except a little more fiddly putting them on & off. Love both the Dogwoods & the Jones bars.
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    Dogwood Design vs Moose Mitts?

    The Moose's are more wear resistant than the Dog's. I had the Moose's for about eight-ish years. Just right for Midwest single track winters. Tree scrapes and crashes, no problem.

    The Dogs will better insulate your hands at lower temps. I just missed the new Relevate offering when I purchased my dogs from Relevate a few weeks ago. I wore no gloves @ 20F. My hands were sweating in the Dogs on my first ride with them. Bought them for an upcoming long ride, in what will likely be subzero F temps.

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    I'm happy with my moose mitts, very warm. Only thing that would make them better, if they were a bit stiffer, when you take hand out, they flop over easily.

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