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Waterproof, waterproof, and more waterproof.

The Candygrind Shell Shocker Glove has all your bases covered when it comes to getting the glove you need. The full leather exterior is durable yet supple, the microfleece lining and fiberfill insulation maintain warmth, and the Hipora waterproof breathable membrane keeps your glove dry while you're building that booter. When it's absolutely dumping out, pull the additional waterproof mitten-shaped shell out of the glove's pocket and cover the tough, reinforced full-grain leather shell for all-weather protection that will last season after season. As far as styling goes, cool details like custom dyed leather colors set the Shell Shocker apart from the rest of the crowd.

  • Full-grain leather shell
  • Hipora waterproof breathable membrane
  • Fiberfill synthetic insulation (4oz back, 2oz palm)
  • Hook-and-loop cuff closure
  • Double reinforced leather palm
  • Shell Shocker pocket with supplemental Hipora shell mitten
  • Custom dyed colors

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

these gloves are heavy duty. you really do get what you pay for. i have been riding with candy grind gloves since last year and nothing feels warmer, fits better and last longer then these gloves. as long as you put the waterproofing gel on the leather ones they will last you season upon season. ill never go to another glove company bc i know i get everything i need and more from candy grind

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Hi, just wondering how they do in very cold weather, around 0 degrees? Are these warm enough,do you think?