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Marmot Detached Wrist Gaiters???

Has anyone tried these: Marmot Stretch Wrist Gaiter - Unisex

They are wrist gaiters that are not attached to the jacket. Has anyone had experience with these?

I really like wrist gaiters, but most of the nicer shells don't include them. Was wondering if these would do the trick.
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why not just a gore-tex gaunlet style glove? problem solved
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I don't like trying to shove my cuff into a glove.
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Has anyone tried these: Marmot Stretch Wrist Gaiter - Unisex

They are wrist gaiters that are not attached to the jacket. Has anyone had experience with these?

I really like wrist gaiters, but most of the nicer shells don't include them. Was wondering if these would do the trick.
I have these, and they are awesome. Work perfectly with my under cuff gloves. I would highly recommend.
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Since they are not attached, have you had any problems with it sliding down, etc? The product is always out of stock, but you are the only one that I've heard of who uses them. Please tell me more.
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I don't like trying to shove my cuff into a glove.

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I saw a hipster ridin his fixie with those things on.
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Since they are not attached, have you had any problems with it sliding down, etc? The product is always out of stock, but you are the only one that I've heard of who uses them. Please tell me more.

No, I just put them under my base layer when I start the day off.
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Why not just get a base layer that has thumb holes, i refuse to ride with my gaiters its become a must have!!
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