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Good but not warm,
This review is from: Sealskinz Ultra Grip Gloves (Sports Apparel)
I do circuit training outdoors and in all weathers. I bought these gloves in the hope they would make my reynaud's syndrome (numb fingers from cold) a little less painful during winter.
These gloves are great if all you want is to keep your hands dry.
However, they're not warm at all, they absorb moisture in their outside neoprene-like layer and that just makes them super refrigerated when the wind blows on them.
They're thick and durable, so protect your mitts against gravel etc and are great all-round gloves if it's just cold and not wet out.
But I suppose that kinda defeats the object of getting waterproof gloves if you're only wearing them when it's dry...
I like them more than wearing running gloves, as they're more hard-wearing but they're no good for keeping your hands warm.
Hope this helps
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Initial post: 22 Nov 2012 10:36:01 GMT
dog walker says:
Just the adivise I was looking for.
Posted on 5 Dec 2012 17:38:58 GMT
D. Beresford says:
thank for your coments. as i have reynauds syndrome
Posted on 19 Oct 2013 15:39:27 BDT
i also have raynauds and trying to find suitable gloves for running/exercising outside in winter. Did you manage to find any other brand or style of glove that was better for this condition? Thanks very much.
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