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  • Suburbanlife
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    The Sealskinz waterproof/Breathable/windproof golves are pretty good – although they are winter gloves so pretty chunky. The main thing is they keep your hands warm and dry. You can get these for around £27.

    megastream
    Member

    These will keep your hands dry

    Mounty_73
    Member

    After yesterdays ride…I need to invest in some decent waterproof gloves…

    Not bothered about budget, only that they actually work and are waterproof! 😀

    JustRide
    Member

    +1 for SealSkinz. If you are small or medium get these Gloves
    The only problem with them is getting wet hands back in them, apart from that they are very warm and totally waterproof. I wash the outsides of them whilst wearing them and my hands have never got wet!!

    Premier Icon Johnny Panic
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    I've got some of those Sealskinz. I like them, they do the job and they are waterproof, but hands still get sweaty in them. Can't have everything, or not at this price anyway.

    cycleworlduk
    Member

    ive used the enduras all winter,in some proper bad weather.commuting and mtb'ing….
    http://www.cycle-world.co.uk/products.php?plid=m2b92s278p7347
    crap piccy

    theyre great,we also do the sealskins but not used em yet

    DrP
    Member

    How does the sizing (s/m) relate to standard numbered sizes?

    DrP

    JustRide
    Member

    I take a size 9 glove and found that the Medium SealSkinz are a perfect fit. Hope that helps

    Frankers
    Member

    If you want waterproof but not too big and bulky i would highly recommend Chiba gloves

    These or These

    Go 1 size up though as they come up small, and hand wash only and they will last years!!

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