- Indestructible- Made from reinforced Zytel
- Excellent visibility- SAE spec convex lens
- Easy to fold, remove, or swap between bikes
- Housing guaranteed against breakage
- Mirror Dimensions = 135mm x 90mm (5.25" x 3.5")
- Overall length = 175mm (7")
- Made in the USA
2x Adventure Mirrors
2x XL RAM Arm 6in/150mm
2x Threaded Ball Stud Base for 10mm x 1.25 thread pitch.
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Right hand mirrors on Yamahas, Ducati, certain Betas, and certain KTM bikes may require a reverse thread adapter. Some models (WR250s) are factory equipped with a reverse thread adapter. Please verify if your specific bike is equipped with the reverse thread adapter on the right side before ordering. Reverse Thread Adapter is available for purchase separately.
Doubletake Base Spacer Extension CLICK HERE
Doubletake Reverse Thread Adapter CLICK HERE
BMW Stud Adaptor for Doubletake Mirrors CLICK HERE
Love these mirrors so much I order another two sets for my other bikes!
The adventure mirrors vibrate less than the enduro version on trail bikes. For enduro bikes consider the shorter arms over the long arms. Takes up less space when folded.
Thanks again Nelson.
Great mirrors. Takes all of 5 minutes to install and they’re a bloody great improvement over the factory mirrors. Loved having all the bits in a kit ready to go.
Second set purchased through Adventure On Store for 2 different bikes. Very happy with the quality and functionality compared to the standard mirrors and service once again was spot on! Cheers
Very happy with the service from adventure on Store with the quick delivery of the double take mirrors.
When i opened the packaging, i found the mirrors looked better than i thought they would. The main arms are fairly solid cast aluminium, and other parts look to be a high impact plastic, they appear quite strong.
They Screwed straight on, in minutes without issue all as they should.
The convex curve is greater than the stock KTM mirrors, and do distort the vision more, (maybe a little too much - but not enough to cause an issue).
I have found that they vibrate more than the stock mirrors and move when going over jumps, wheelies, or placing your helmet on when parking. I have done them up what feels fairly tight and although I am sure that they will be able to take a greater tightening torsion force, i do not want to risk breaking them or stripping threads etc.