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Do NOT keep hands warm and do not seem anywhere near waterproof
I live in Seattle and bought these hoping to keep my hands warm while riding to work and class in the winter. The gloves claim to be waterproof and insulated for "extreme conditions". Well, Seattle ain't that extreme and I merely ride a Honda Ruckus, so I hover around the 30mph mark, unless I get super wild and go 35-40mph... So, I figured I'd be all set. Not so much. Weather dropped to around freezing last week and my fingers felt like being stabbed with frozen knives within 10min of riding. I'm usually only on the road for about 20-30min at a time, so I figured, I'll survive and just warm up when I get home/to work/to class. Yesterday I rode in the rain with them on for the first time and it wasn't even that cold. They got very heavy, so I assume they soaked up a good amount of water and were also damp on the inside when I got home (freezing cold hands, obviously). If I could I would return these gloves in an instant. They are useless below 45-50ºF (while riding with wind chill) and especially with any kind of rain. Definitely not worth the $70.
PS: Airflow in these is good, yes, which is NOT good in this case, I guess. They don't claim to be air tight, but yeah, they really aren't!
November 29, 2014
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