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FirstSpear Friday Focus – Tactical Hand Warmer

The cold weather doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon so we thought we’d revisit the Tactical Hand Warmer for this week’s FirstSpear Friday Focus.

Not only does it keep your hands warm and fingers nimble in cold weather, it stuffs into a compact storage bag when not needed.  It also can attach directly to an armor vest and hang below, right where your hands lie while seated. 


The fleece lining is super comfy and the Tactical Hamd Warmer can be tightened with the shock cord. 

In Stock Now in Coyote, Ranger Green and Black.


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11 Responses to “FirstSpear Friday Focus – Tactical Hand Warmer”

  1. Nicco Minutoli says:

    Absolutely love mine. Although I’ve never been able to get it to fold that nice no matter how many times I’ve see that video.

  2. Bradkaf308 says:

    Smock was discontinued?

  3. SkrillexHaircut says:

    $120 for a hand warmer. Dang!

    • Victor DiCosola says:

      Seriously, I think the NFL QB’s who play in cold weather may like these. I see them with those other similar shaped warmers…

  4. Keith says:

    I have the knuckle roaster from Wild Things that I got about two years ago. I love that thing for stand hunting on cold days.

  5. Chris says:

    If you think these are dumb, I once did, as well. Then I found myself in Mountain Phase of Ranger School in December. One of the Ranger Bats had a company there at Camp Merrill doing training, and they had hand warmers like these. Don’t think I’ve ever been so envious of a single piece of kit in my life.

  6. Dellis says:

    Is there a release date set for the smock? The website is null and void of any smock info.

    I have several smocks and really want to add a FS Smock to the collection

    • SSD says:

      I’ll get an update for you.

      • Dellis says:

        Much appreciated! Also thanks for the SHOT Show coverage, I must live vicariously through your blog until I can find a way to weasel my ass there!

        I go to SEMA for business and it can be at times an ordeal trying to see and do everything.

  7. Cingels says:

    Rip off. We have been building these for the NFL and pro hockey forever, lol!