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Oxford RainSeal Handlebar Muffs

The Oxford RainSeal Handlebar Muffs mount to your handlebars to keep your hands warm and dry even in the coldest riding weather.


  • Special 3D design for best clearance of vital control gear
  • Pre-formed opening for ease of access to controls
  • Total weather protection
  • 100% waterproof heavy duty 1500 denier polyester material100% windproof construction
  • 100% Thermacel insulation for total warmth
  • High visibility 3M reflective piping for increased visibility to other road users
  • Independently safety tested
  • Pouch on the inside allows you to add Oxford Hot Hands (sold separately) for added warmth

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This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Oxford RainSeal Handlebar Muffs 4.5 5 13 13
Not for me but still a nice option. Bought these in hope of them keeping the wind off my hands so I can extend my riding season. Once I put them on the bike I just new they wouldn't hold up to Interstate Speeds. They are fairly rigid but they would basically be getting full wind blast at 70+ mph for extended times and I suspect they would easily collapse into my front brake causing my lights to come on. Never even rode with them. They seem well made and if you were doing in town commuting or already have some barkbusters or storm guards, these would be a great accessory. They just won't work for what I had intended. November 16, 2015
One minor flaw These are a good solution for those who don't want bulky winter gloves or mess with wiring electric heat. I paired these with a set of cheap handguards to act as internal support (don't want to risk interference with brake and clutch leavers at high speeds) and it still came out to less than you would spend on the cheapest gloves. I've used them in temps down to the upper 30s now wearing nothing but summer gloves and my hands have stayed mostly warm. The only issue is the hole for the brake reservoirs that do eventually let cold air in. I'm going to slap some duct tape or something over them when I have time which should hopefully fix the issue. Otherwise these should work great through the winter. October 26, 2015
Rain protection with a little.. tiny.. compromise I was able to use this product years ago when riding abroad. It does what it's supposed to do. Block rain, wind and some wind chill. It takes a while to get used to having muffs but sooner or later, you'll feel at home. The only drawback is that during high speeds, because it blocks the wind, it tends to push against the control levers. Solution I found is so have a lever guard installed under the muffs. This would be my 2nd time to buy this product and I think it's an essential riding product. It may not be for everyone, but you'll be able to just use 1 kind of gloves if you are gonna be going on a road trip. September 24, 2015
Dry and Warmer' These help keep your hands stay dry and warm. They allow you to wear a lighter glove which can offer better feeling in cold weather while keeping you warmer, especially with heated grips. April 29, 2015
Best if used at low speeds... I suggest low speed use due to there being little rigidity within the muffs. These would be ideal for someone with bark busters or the like already installed. At speeds in excess of 80 mph without bark busters or an installed wind deflector for the handgrips, the muffs collapsed on the clutch and brake levers. This caused obvious control problems. They kept the weather off my hands without issue. The material used for that purpose is top-notch. April 15, 2015
worth the money I was struggling to find gloves that would keep my hands warm in temps below 40 without heated grips. When I found these, I couldn't pass up trying them. They definitely helped, but the one weakness I found was that on my bike ('99 Bandit), with no fluid reservoir on the clutch side, I was getting a fair amount of wind through the pre-cut hole in that side. I'm planning to find a way to cover that hole, which should keep my left hand warmer on longer trips. April 7, 2015
if it fit a bit better... Great product, but on the 1200 GSA it's a pretty tight fit and hard to reach the turn signal with gloves on. I'll use it to extend my riding throughout the winter, but it would be soooo much better if they came in larger sizes. Works fine when I put it on the harley. March 30, 2015
Excellent protection in cold and rain Ordered this for winter commuting trying to keep my hands warmer and drier on the way too and from work. Received the shipment day after i ordered. Took about 5 minutes to install and fit was solid on my Ninja 250. Kept hands warmer and completely dry on a 21 degree day. Have used them on both my Ninja and my Majesty and have had great results. Product blocks a lot of the wind allowing me to used less bulky gloves even on the coldest days. Highly recommend for winter commuters. March 6, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
William B: I ride all year and wanted added proyection from the cold and rain Nov 27, 2015
Russell L: Because I live in Colorado and your hands Fn freeze when you ride! Nov 15, 2015
Rod C: because i feel it was the best for the money spent. great reviews and product. Oct 12, 2015
Thomas J: I chose this to protect my hands from the cold when riding in winter months. The construction is great but it didn't protect my hands as much as I thought it would. I would recommend this for temps higher than 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Jul 14, 2015
Richard M: Perfect match for my 2009 Triumph Bonneville America. Great wind protection for hands that can be removed for warmer weather May 16, 2015
Donald L: I ride in wet weather here in Seattle, WA and wanted something to keep my hands warm and dry in the rainy season. Mar 23, 2015
Andrew T: Two month trip to Alaska Mar 11, 2015
Miles L: My hands get painfully cold when riding in temperatures below 35 degrees Fahrenheit. I checked out many products and reviews, and this seems to be the best choice for my needs. Jan 19, 2015
Robert B: I often ride in the cold Indiana weather. My heated grips on my Triumph Tiger keep the inside of my hands nice and warm; however, the tops of my fingers freeze. I have tried multiple solutions (latex gloves under riding gloves - hands began to sweat causing my hands to get cold, bulkier gloves - was not able to control throttle/brakes/clutch) and thought I would give these a try. Jan 18, 2015
Amro Y: Need to have the dexterity to be able to feel my clutch and brakes yet protect my hands from the cold weather/cold wind. So going with warmer gloves means thicker which make my hands cramp and I can't feel the clutch in my hands. On a fuel injected sports bike losing that finesse feels dangerous. Jan 16, 2015
victor p: I picked these because my hands need some help in this 18 degree new york weather. The BMW heated grips dont cut it. I feel these Oxfords will make my fingers happy.
Jan 14, 2015
Kevin V: Trying desperately to extend my riding season, and my cold hands are the only thing keeping that from happening. Jan 9, 2015
Fabien V: Best way to keep your hands warm. I live in Colorado and it gets cold down here. It looks silly but keeps you very warm. Loved it Jan 8, 2015
Michael M: winter riding of course:) Jan 1, 2015
Sabrina S: Just in case it rains on during my Fall and Winter rides. Sep 19, 2014
W V: I ride 365. When I travel nothing is worst than cold wet hands. I have another pair of these from a different company and they work great. So now I have another pair for one of my other bikes. They look a little silly but make a world of difference when you ride a lot. Jul 16, 2014
Gary H asked: There is no mention of mirror stalk holes for motorcycles. Most mirrors are mounted on the handlebars. Do these accomodate mirrors? Sep 13, 2014
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Seva K: A pdf I found on the web suggested that "[...] in order to make these handlebar muffs work on your vehicle, there may be a need to punch holes for mirror stems to pass or you may have to make minor cuts in the Muffs material." -oxfordmuffsinstall pdf Sep 14, 2014
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Jason C: The picture indicates that there are holes for the fluid reservoirs, etc., so you should be able to work around mirror stalks. Dec 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit over hand guards? Like the OEM BMW F800GSA hand guards? Feb 2, 2015
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RICHARD B: Hello, I'm have the Muffs on my 08 KLR with BarkBusters. In order for them to fit, I had to remove the plastic weather guards off of the aluminum backbone. They are MUCH warmer in cold weather, however, manuvering the bike by hand is more difficult as it's harder to find something to hang onto. (such as handlbar grip) The Muffs may work on the F800 if the plastic weather guards are removed from the aluminum backbone, but I'm not sure. On our R12gsa, I purchased larger weather deflectors for the guards and it made a noticable difference. However, not to the degree of the Muffs on the KLR. Hope this helps. Feb 3, 2015
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B I: I truly don't believe it would there is just enough room for your hands the operate all the levers and buttons. Don't get me wrong there is plenty of space. But the bar muffs also have a curved hard shape on the outer edge to help with the shape and the flat bar appears to be made of fiberglass so there isn't much flexability. In my personal opinion it would be wise to take the hand guards off and use these for their purpose since they too are a hand guard. Feb 3, 2015
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Robert B: Unfortunately I can't provide a definite answer to your question because I mounted these on a 2014 Triumph Tiger that does not have hand guards. However, these muffs provide a huge amount of room inside with lots of space for adjusting them to fit different configurations. I would recommend that you give them a try. If they fit, great! If they do not fit, RevZilla has an outstanding return policy. Feb 3, 2015
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Kennith S: I have a triumph tiger explorer with hand guards the Oxford Muffs did not fit over the hand guards Feb 10, 2015
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Dusten L: Fits over the OEM hand-guards on my Yamaha super tenere. Feb 3, 2015
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James C: These did not fit well over my alpine star bark busters. Feb 3, 2015
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Billy S asked: Hello, the description states: "Pouch on the inside allows you to add Oxford Hot Hands (sold separately) for added warmth". Is this pouch to hold the hot hands and transfer heat in the mitt?... Or just a poor description of how you can use the hot hands conventionally (wrapped around the grip)? Thank you Aug 19, 2015
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Paulo Cesar M: The handlebar muffs has enough space to add a Oxford Hot Hands (it is a heater pad for the hands).

I used the muffs by it self. During the Chicago winter I was wearing winter gloves and the muffs. The muffs toke away all wind effect from my hands. Some days I was able to ride without the gloves.

I have heated grips on my bike, turn it on with the muffs was too much heat for me.
Aug 20, 2015
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Billy S: Sounds like I don't need to worry about the HHs if I have heated grips, thx! Aug 21, 2015
Thomas D: The pouch holds the hot hands in a flattened configuration and seems to be intended to radiate w/in the mitt. I kept them wrapped around the grip, however, due to not having any kind of barkbuster bar on my Bandit. Once I hit 85+mph, the mitts collapsed on the clutch and brake levers as a result of having no internal bracing.

I hope that helps!
Aug 20, 2015
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Billy S: Thank you! Very helpful! Aug 21, 2015
Nathan S: There is a small pouch on the inside for a heating element. Thus if you have heated grips you can have heat on both sides of your hand. I love these Muffs but I haven't added a heated element to them. I just use them with my heated grips. Aug 22, 2015
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Billy S: With heated grips and the HHs its sounds cozy but probably too hot! Thank you! Aug 23, 2015
David H: Hey Billy,
I purchased theses late last fall and used them on a GS with heated grips and they keep my hands plenty warm. I haven't used the hot hands but I imagine they would transfer heat as described.
Aug 20, 2015
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Billy S: Awesome- mine will be for a gs as well, thank you Aug 21, 2015
A shopper asked: I ride a 89 yamaha venture royal and was wondering if there was room for the radio control box? I ride my motorcycle down to the negatives and will be installing heated grips but want somthing else to keep the wind off and let me use lighter gloves than I have been using as they make it hard to use turn signals. Nov 23, 2015
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PERCIVAL C: This pair of Muffs has plenty of space. I can use my thickly insulated gloves with no problem. The question is, how big is the radio control box that you want to fit and where exactly is the box mounted on the bars? Also, be aware of the turning clearance if you have a headlight or front fairing installed, the muffs may bump it as you turn. Hope this helps. Nov 23, 2015
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Louis D: Sir, I can readily endorse this product and I hope good use for you. The wind we know is the real culprit hear, especially the thumb on me. Just dosn"t seam anywhere to put it out of the wind effectively. But as to the controls the not seeing is my largest negative and room inside is adaquit at best but with thin gloves should do just fine. Nov 24, 2015
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A S asked: Will these fit over the radio control box on a touring bike? I have a 89 yamaha venture royale and the radio controlls are mounted on the clutch perch. Nov 23, 2015
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Richard M: I use mine on an '09 Triumph Bonneville America. The righthand brake reservoir is covered with room for me move a gloved finger over it easily. Provided that your radio controls aren't higher than a brake fluid reservoir I think this will work for you. I originally got these for cool and rainy weather, but have found them so effectcve and comfortable that I leave them mounted. Good luck and enjoy! Nov 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have bark busters are they big enough to cover them to? I ride all winter so I like the idea. Dec 24, 2014
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KENNETH B: They fit fine over Cycra Probend guards. So I would think they would also fit over barkbusters. Dec 27, 2014
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