DriBarz

Sep 10, 2015

Category: Gear

If you take your cycling seriously, and often find yourself forced to cycle in the rain, you might want to consider DriBarz, a new solution intended to shield cyclists’ hands from the rain.

DriBarz snaps onto drop-style handlebars in seconds, fitting over Shimano, Campagnolo or SRAM brake hoods with ease. They’re transparent, and they’ll protect the rider’s hands from rain (as well as wind chill). But, these hand guards also allow sweat to exit, as opposed to waterproof gloves which trap the sweat inside. You’re also able to mount a light or bike computer on the bar that connects the two shields together. They’re currently being funded on Kickstarter and are available now for a pledge of $89. [Purchase]

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