Skytec argon thermal grip gloves

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  1. Smurf

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  2. Shiny

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    Yep got me a pair beginning of December....very good gloves for the price
     
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    I found they kept my hands nice and warm whilst using me ali gutter poles etc as get freezing cold in winter. So now after trying them out I’ve decided they are my pole gloves I will keep for that sole purpose as you do.
     
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    I find anything but the thinnest gloves are usually way too warm for me when doing physical work, so with those gloves being rated to below 50deg I dont think i'd get on with those too well. I'ff keep em in mind for when I'm getting pi$$ed around the campfire though. :thumbsup:
     
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    they dont look bad at all smurfy
    just ordered from " just gloves "
    came yesterday light blue ones waterproof dont look bad at all
     
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    Also been in screwfix today and got myself a new pair of boots....price was £34.99 reduced to £24.99
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    My ali gutter poles are stored in a galvanized steel pull down pipe box on the roof of the van so they tend to get a wee bit cold especially after being stored in sub zero temps. Same goes for the ladders on the roof of the van too.

     
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    Yeah I'm the same with ladders mate, even on the coldest days often I just use the gloves to warm my hands up in the van and they're fine for a house or two after that.
     
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    I tend to just get cold hands and use the heater in the motor
     
  10. boarcity

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    dont u think its incredibly mild this year . was frosty outside this morning but it wasnt cold , i was wearing just socks while washing my van
     
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