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Looking for the best hand guards for me and the wifes Polaris Atvs. Would appreciate your opinion and where we can find them. AND can I can get them in CAMO since we both have Browning editions. Thanks
 

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I use the Polaris brand and like them, but don't have any thing to compare to
 

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where did you get yours at Indy???
 

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Buck ....I got the Acerbis Uniko ones...they are bar end mounts...nice hand guards....little expensive ,,but they are nice...I like the bar end mount adds side protection also...plus lots of room to work brake lever..some i seen are sorta cramped...and on the bar mounts can be used also with the kit if wanted later...here take a look....

as far as the camo..there was a guy on ebay selling camo skins for them...I got the army green ones ...it almost matches my sage green

Acerbis Uniko ATV Handguard - Chaparral Motorsports
 

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Thanks Al...Ill go check them out!
 

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Buck ....I got the Acerbis Uniko ones...they are bar end mounts...nice hand guards....little expensive ,,but they are nice...I like the bar end mount adds side protection also...plus lots of room to work brake lever..some i seen are sorta cramped...and on the bar mounts can be used also with the kit if wanted later...here take a look....

as far as the camo..there was a guy on ebay selling camo skins for them...I got the army green ones ...it almost matches my sage green

Acerbis Uniko ATV Handguard - Chaparral Motorsports
Those look more for debris and brush protection than for wind with all the holes in it. Am I wrong on that?
 

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At the Polaris Dealer

 

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I agree Indy
 

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i ride in the cold all the time and no wind on hands...I thot i would ..but they work great...i seen two reviews here on them and asked and both said no wind on hands...I figured worse case senerio if they got windy i would cover the hole,,but they are good....I did not want big bulky ones..more of a catch all..I got them to deflect pricker bushes mostly but worked good plowing and riding in cold weather
 

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I like your shield Indy...you get that at the Dealer too
 

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They look good Al!
 

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I had the PowerMadd brand for a week and ditched them for the newer style Pure Polaris ones. Much better quality and fit/finish than the PMadds. The Pure actually look like they belong on the machine unlike the other brands out there. Got them on EBAY. Here is a comparison pic:

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if you search "hand guards who has them" You'll get all the info you need
 

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Discussion Starter #15 (Edited)
Sweeeeeettttt!!!
 

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yep its not a big one but it does put the wind up, and I like the looks
 

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i wear Neoprene 5mm gloves in the winter riding....my hands never got cold even before the hand guards...they fit like a second skin...not bulky..very flexible...and WARM...see lots of guys that Ice fish use them...can tie knots with them..lol....
 

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Nice!!!
 

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I run the pure polaris ones and it made plowing and driving across the lake for ice fishing way better
 

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I will eventually switch out to the cycra probend crm when I get flexx bars. They are spendy, but I like the full wrap design.

 
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