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Old 03-24-2014, 06:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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These are five years old and still in great condition. They are great for that 25-35 temp zone. More importantly they are gloves I actually enjoy putting on because they're so nice, like a pimp pair of driving gloves but warmer and more durable.
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Old 03-24-2014, 06:26 PM   #12 (permalink)
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These are five years old and still in great condition. They are great for that 25-35 temp zone. More importantly they are gloves I actually enjoy putting on because they're so nice, like a pimp pair of driving gloves but warmer and more durable.
Those look perfect, I'm probably gonna pick up the black Krakens.
All leather gloves for that price and that hold up for 5 years sounds like a deal.
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Old 03-24-2014, 06:37 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Yeah they really are. Not sure how I even learned about Defcon. They aren't on Dogfunk or Evo or any large retailers anymore for some reason. But their gloves are excellent.
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nothing will keep your hands dry in spring

i wear the blue knitted kind from Ace, with the palm side and fingers dipped in grippy rubber, thinking of grabbing a second pair to switch to at lunch, because...

nothing will keep your hands dry in spring
I agree. I'm going to start bringing more then one pair of gloves. Sometimes my hands sweat when its warming up and that is just a really gross feeling
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These are five years old and still in great condition. They are great for that 25-35 temp zone. More importantly they are gloves I actually enjoy putting on because they're so nice, like a pimp pair of driving gloves but warmer and more durable.
nice I want a pair
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