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Wild Things Knuckle Roaster Hand Warmer Awarded NSN

The Knuckle Roaster hand warmer from Wild Things in Coyote FR has been awarded NSN 8465-01-632-9506.

Designed with extensive customer feedback, the Knuckle Roaster provides warmth and comfort for the hands while in cold and wet environments. It features a zip front pocket, hand warmer pockets, interior Polartec Power Stretch barrier, and slots for hand warmers for when it’s really cold. The reinforced web belt adjusts to various waist sizes with an easy-to-use buckle, so it can be worn below your vest. It also includes an exterior zippered storage pocket.

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TECH SPECS
-Hand warmer with convenient, adjustable waist strap
-One-size-fits-most
-Exterior zippered storage pocket
-Available for commercial sale in both Coyote and Genuine MultiCam pattern
-Available for commercial sale in FR and non-FR versions
-Made in USA!

www.wildthingsgear.com

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11 Responses to “Wild Things Knuckle Roaster Hand Warmer Awarded NSN”

  1. We have these in Multicam and Coyote as well as FR and Non FR. As always we offer a Military and LE discount. All will be in stock by the end of the month. Buy American and keep Americans working.

  2. Keith says:

    Pardon my ignorance, but what is FR and non-FR?

    • straps says:

      Fire Retardant–won’t catch fire in something like a vehicle mishap. Adds cost, and you take a performance hit.

      Non-FR is just plain comfy.

  3. Sir,
    Flame Retardant, some Teams require that all that goes on an operator be such. Some do not, we build both. [email protected]

  4. Jed says:

    Is the NSN item the FR or non-FR? Will both be available by NSN in the foreseeable future along with other patterns/colors?

  5. The Stig says:

    But whatever you do, don’t put your hands in your pockets!

    Not saying that these things aren’t awesome.

  6. Reverend says:

    So it’s a fire retardant, multi-cam, muff?

    WIKIPEDIA- A muff is a fashion accessory for outdoors usually made of a cylinder of fur or fabric with both ends open for keeping the hands warm. It was introduced to women’s fashion in the 16th century and was popular with both men and women in the 17th and 18th centuries.

    With a pocket. (shrugs) A’ight.

  7. Ex Coelis says:

    Absolutely LOVE Wild Things Tactical kit but hugely dislike the fact that each and every time I’ve phoned WT to inquire about stock-status to make a purchase – no one picked up the phone or(when I left messages), no one called me back. I’d really like to own a few more pieces of WT kit but no one’s answering…

    • Luke says:

      Took me a few tries too, but when I finally did get through they were super helpful. Unlike some places I’ve called…