Gloves

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Gleam123, Apr 16, 2012.

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  1. Gleam123

    Gleam123 Active Member
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    What does everyone use?

    Ive had ones that keep me warm but too big to do the little things and the other way round.

    Any recommendations?
     
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  2. Paul

    Paul Guest

    I always use a good pair of sealskin, and have a pair of joker for the hard frost
     
  3. All Round Cleaning

    All Round Cleaning Grand Master
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    Was looking at gloves myself .
     
  4. Ryan

    Ryan Guest

    i use the unger ones mate

    used them in some ****ty weather and took them fishing with me 2 weeks ago and it was freezing

    only prob i find with them is if you need somthing in your pocket thay get stuck lol as thay so grippy
     
  5. mark m

    mark m Hero
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    I think like everybody i have tried loads of gloves the sealskins are the best when it is really cold but them unger ones sure are grippy and quiet warm but only just recently i was talking to a bloke in the pub who is a scallop diver anyway asked him what gloves he uses he got me a pair i dont know if they are any good as we have not got the weather yet they only cost £15 so next year if they are any good i will let you all know but if he says they are the best he has used i think i could be on a winner as he is swims in the sea in all kinds stupidly cold weather
     
  6. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    I think them Unger ones are useless for scriming etc. I hate scrubbing my hands everyday they are wrecked! I was looking at getting some latex gloves that hairdressers use, they are thick and don't rip easily
     
  7. mrtaytay

    mrtaytay Grand Master
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    sealskinz got me through the winter...nice and tight fitting as well, so great for detailing.
     
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