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on 2 March 2014
When the weather is wet and cold there are several choices in the type of gloves you can wear.
thinsulate gloves are warm but tend to soak up water and make your hands wet and also need drying out.padded gloves-warm but can be difficult to grip things.leather gloves are comfortable and let the hands "breath" but their advantage are they are mostly waterproof especially compared to thinsulate and also woolen gloves.I find the big drawback about leather gloves is the lining tends to be thin and have hardly any insulation properties also there tends to be a gap between your hand and the sleeve of your coat.these gloves solve both problems the lining is quite thick and is of a furry type material and nice and warm to wear,also the "cuff" is longer than most leather gloves and bridges the annoying gap exposing your bare wrists.these gloves come in one size only,I have small hands-the gloves are slightly big but very comfortable-if you have large hands you may find them too small otherwise I think they would be most people.excellent quality-delivered quickly and good value for money-highly recommended.
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on 10 April 2015
Decent quality considering the price. Has a good, wide cuff for the larger gentleman
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