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New Gloves #7709839 01/06/20 10:34 PM
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Arrived.

Kuiu Guide Glove
Kuiu Ultra Merino 210 Glove

Looking forward to their flexibility individually vs how they perform combined.


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Re: New Gloves [Re: Mickey Moose] #7709888 01/06/20 11:20 PM
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I wear a lotta different gloves because the ends of my fingers split real easy. (It's hard to do anything with exposed nerves on the ends of your fingers.) I have a pair of their super-thin, almost a liner, gloves and I like them. And the touch-pad capability is really good. But I recently bought on sale what I think is their guide glove, in gray. I immediately noticed that my thumbs got cold, like they were cutting off circulation. Weird. I'll keep them, but, even on sale, that's a helluva lot to pay for gloves. Regular old good leather gloves are becoming my go-to.


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