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Old 11-25-2013, 08:52 PM
krzys555 krzys555 is offline
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Try these gloves
http://www.harborfreight.com/cold-re...rge-99691.html

They are usually sold as a different brand for snow blowing. They work extremely well. They keep you dry even in the snow. If your hands sweat i recommend 2 pairs as they will take a day to dry out on the inside. They are also longer then most ski gloves so they go a little past your wrists.

They do get dirty and need to be washed every once in a while, especially after doing tree work. they take a while to air dry. i have not put them in a dryer as they are plastic on the outside. Not good for precis work with nuts and bolts, as they are thick gloves.
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