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Be it a pair of UTV side mirrors, side-by-side rear-view mirrors, or even Can-am backup cameras, at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got all the best Can-Am Defender mirrors for you and your rig. Expand your field of view while getting crystal clear reflections off some of the best UTV mirror brands in the business. BRP mirrors, for instance, provide great reflectivity. The problem is, however, that they don’t stick out far enough for many riders. This can be a plus for those who like to thread the needle through thin trails, but it decreases your ability to see behind you when riding. The disputed champion of Can-am Defender side view mirrors are those by Seizmik. Some of their mirror styles look almost identical to those by Battle Armor — and both stay it place quite well without railing or moving around — but with their lifetime warranty, it’s hard to beat Seizmik’s mirrors and mirror accessories. Their clamps, for example, allow you to mount the mirrors on the roll cage, but you can also attach them to the factory mirror mounts on both OEM and aftermarket UTV doors. Taller Can-am riders love these old school big rig looking mirrors because they can mount them higher for easier visibility and adjust the hinges to their liking. Furthermore, they also work with windshields, roofs, and other UTV add-ons, with a tight seal and snug fit. If you’re the type who likes to add a little extra flair to your side-by-side, the center piece of Seismic mirrors pops out if so you can change the plastics and customize them. And for that added bit of illumination, side mirrors with built-lights are a must!
For those situations when a Can-am Defender Rear view mirror or roll cage mounted mirror simply won’t work — like during rifle season when you can’t see out the back window due to your dual gun boots — backing up in the woods can become slightly hazardous. Rear view mirrors are also not so effective at night, when all you can see is the reflection out the front window. In cases such as these, many riders get tremendous out of a backup camera. The Brandmotion SUTV backup cameras with IR night vision is a good one, and so is the one by Sony or Pioneer. You can mount the screen where the rear view mirror goes, utilizing their sticky back mount and the mirror screw holes to hold the display firmly. Many can also function as a radio, with satellite radio and bluetooth capabilities all built-in. You can mount the rear camera by the bumper for a lower view, or by the roof for a higher view. But whatever you choose, be it a simple UTV mirror, Can-am Defender side view mirrors, or the classic roll cage / windshield mounted rear view mirror, we’ve got all the best Can-am Defender mirrors to let you look back in style.