Moose Releases New Hand Warmers and Brake Caliper Pins
Moose has been busy introducing new ATV and UTV products in recent weeks, including a new set of Pursuit Handwarmers and Brake Caliper Pins.
Cold-weather riders will appreciate the new Pursuit Handwarmers from NRA by Moose Utility Division. These water-resistant handwarmers are made from a rugged 600 dernier nylon and are designed to block water from penetrating the gloves. The handwarmers also feature built-in pockets for warming packets, in case you need added warmth. With three different colors to choose from and priced from $28.95, the Pursuit Handwarmers are an inexpensive option to staying warm while tackling the trails.
Pursuit Handwarmers Product Information
600 dernier nylon
Built-in pockets for warmer packets (packets not included)
Easily cleans up with a damp cloth
Overall dimensions: 16” W x 14” L
Part Number (Black): 0635-0813
Part Number (Mossy Oak): 0635-0814
Part Number (RealTree): 0635-0872
$28.95 (Black), $31.95 (Mossy Oak and RealTree)
Brake Caliper Pins
Moose Utility Division is now offering at set of Brake Caliper Pins. There are several applications and each kit includes the required quantities of brake pad hanger pins. The Brake Caliper Pin kits start at just $6.95.
Brake Caliper Pins Product Information
Kit includes required quantities of brake pad hanger pins
Made by Nissin, the OE manufacture in Japan
Part Number: See Application Chart
Starting at $6.95
For more information on these and other products from Moose Utility Division, visit MooseUtilities.com.
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