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WoB wrote a review of on December 22, 2011

3 5

and this glove is pretty good for that sort of riding weather. Nice and tight fit without straps that makes you appreciate the between-finger loops for puling them off again. For long rides, though, they seem to become more uncomfortable between the fingers as the hours pass than other gloves I have used. Not surprisingly (I guess) the white lycra stains easily and is next to impossible to get 100% clean again.

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WoB wrote an answer about on October 27, 2011

Shoulder seam to wrist in L is 27'', i.e. not particularly long, just about long enough for me at 6'2'' (I had to return the M because the sleeves were much too short). I find the sleeves somewhat blousy, which makes them flutter in the wind more than necessary. Overall still a pretty good jacket, though, for its very compact size -- you never have to think twice about whether to take it along just to be on the safe side.

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WoB wrote a review of on May 2, 2011

5 5

These are amazingly versatile and effective for how simple (and affordable) they are. Highly recommended for about 50-65F if there is no rain and not too much wind. Given the relative thickness of the cotton (compared to cheaper cotton gloves), the absence of padding is not a big downside for me.

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WoB wrote an answer about on December 12, 2010

They don't seem to repel a lot of water; the fabric on the back of the hand is slightly perforated for some breathability, and the fleecy fabric on the palm also will soak up water. I like them more as a warm glove for dry, cold weather. Since they run large, I wear them with thin cotton gloves as additional liners. This does protect from showers, but not from extended rain.

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WoB wrote a review of on December 2, 2010

4 5

These are comfortable, warm enough for about 45F, and sufficiently grippy. The fabric repels some amount of water but will, of course, eventually soak through if you ride long enough in the driving rain. Sizing is on the small side; I needed XXL where I usually tend to wear XL or even L.

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WoB wrote a review of on November 4, 2010

2 5

I have to second what several other reviewers wrote: Only order these if your thumbs are PARTICULARLY short, relative to the length of your fingers. With a 5 in. thumb length (wrist to tip), I first ordered L, then XL, and the gloves still cut painfully into my thumbs when riding on the brake hoods. I felt that XXL would have been too wide overall, so I had to send these back. I liked the product quality, fabric, and overall design, but the sizing was not for me.

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