TYR Tactical Tuesday – Huron Split Hand Warmer


Last month I visited TYR Tactical and as we went over their new Huron Tactical Clothing and Equipment line several items caught my eye including this Split Hand Warmer. There are a lot of hand warmers out there but this one zips apart into two pieces allowing you new configuration options. It’s really up to your imagination.


It can be easily attached to your Brokos Belt, Plate Carrier or worn via adjustable Waist Strap. The split hand warmer also includes two front zipper pockets for storing reusable disk-activated hand warmers.

HRN-HW002 Center Zipper 2

Construction and Features:
-Heavy Duty #10 Separating Zipper
-Adjustable Cinched Wrist Opening
-Side Buckle Conversation Kit
-Water Repellent Treated 2-Way Stretch Material Shell
-Insulated with 6oz PrimaLoft which is Thermally Efficient along with Superior Water Resistance, Fast Drying, Lightweight and Breathable, Compresses well and offers Wind Resistance
-Polartec Wind Pro offers four Times More Wind Resistance than Traditional Fleece along with Exceptional Durability

Shown attached to the TYR Tactical Brokos Belt – Jungle (available separately). The Huron Split Hand Warmer attaches to any style Brokos Belt via side buckle conversion kit (Figure A). It can be used individually (Figure B) or in its assembled configuration (Figure C).

Currently only available in MultiCam (more colors to come in 2015)


4 Responses to “TYR Tactical Tuesday – Huron Split Hand Warmer”

  1. Dellis says:

    I only have the pics to judge by, but it “looks” bulky and cumbersome. Is that the case? Got a buddy who does hi-power line work and this might be something he would be interested in. It can be used as a stand alone item correct, as in no battle belt needed? Thanks

  2. Richard says:

    This seems like something I could really use, especially with the attachment points that go to a MOLLE belt and not needing to go up to a plate carrier.

    How does this compare to the Wild Things/First Spear/215 Gear/FHF hand warmers? Anyone have experience?