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Cold Weather Waterproof Glove
- Product Review (submitted on December 3, 2009):
- Hands down (pun not intended) the best cold weather/rain gloves I've owned...out of NINE pair of other gloves from makers including HELD ("Narvik"...sucked horribly; they're summer gloves are great but not their winter stuff). For those of you complaining about them making it hard to "operate" your switches and stuff, you're not giving them enough time to break in. My current pair has two full winters of Seattle riding plus the last two months of fall riding and they're still leak-proof and warm...and BROKEN IN. Complainers: if you want super comfy out of the bag, get something with no waterproof membrane and no insulation, sure, that glove is going to be very flexible, but you best be sticking to riding in June and July. I ride when it's 35F and raining cats and dogs and these gloves are what you want on. If you ride a sportbike (where your arms are at a quite steep angle and sustained, intense rain can eventually work it's way inside your cuffs, as opposed to a cruiser or dual sport where your hands are approx perpendicular to the road surface, thus eliminating that problem almost completely), get TWO PAIR and cycle them when one pair starts getting damp around the cuffs. You will NOT be dissapointed with these gloves!