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  • 2-Piece Hytrel Sculling Pogies are available in Navy.
  • Your hand goes in by the black band and the oar goes in on the unbanded side. (watch the video below for a tutorial on how to get yourself set up while sculling) 

Product shown for demonstration purposes only  - not available in red.
  • A good morning for pogies!
  • Myth busted..."Real men" DO wear pogies! Milan Bruncvik preparing for the Oxford Cambridge Race with sweep pogies! A double Olympian, at 82 kg, he has competed in all heavyweight rowing and sculling events at least at national level, apart from the single.

Navy Hytel Sculling Pogies


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Sculling Pogies are rowing mittens for your hands! These clever mitts slide over both the oar handle and your hands, allowing for a strong connection to the water through the oar - something you don't get with bulky gloves or frozen fingers! The 2-piece sculling pogies have a waterproof Hytel shell and cozy Polartec™ interior to keep your hands warm and dry so you can focus on technique, not frostbite! 

Extend your season as long as you can with sculling pogies. Really nice for those early morning rows when the dock is still icy and the sun has yet to add any warmth to the air. 

  • 2-piece sculling set for rowers who focus on sculling (not sweep rowing) 
  • Available in navy
  • Waterproof and windproof Hytel outer shell 
  • Polartec Fleece™ interior keeps your hands toasty warm and protected from wakes, splashes and cold rain or snow
  • Easy to slip on over the oar handles with plenty of circulation inside
  • Machine washable
  • Made for us by our friends at JLRacing in California
  • 8.5" W x 10" T' x .5" D

Watch the Video below on Sculling Pogies 101 from Larry Tait. Good info and very funny comments!

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Pogies 101 oct 14 2014 04:23

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