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General Category => Reviews Database => Clothing => Topic started by: Templogin on December 02, 2016, 09:15:35 pm

Title: Sealskinz Ultra Grip Gloves
Post by: Templogin on December 02, 2016, 09:15:35 pm
Advertised for £37 on Sealskinz UK site, expect to pay about £25 in the real world, although I got a second pair on offer at sportpursuit for £15.  Buying a second pair should show how much I rate these gloves.  They really are good.  My hands have only ever been cold in them once, cycling in Braemar in the Cairngorms, regularly the coldest place in the UK according to one of the residents there.  With pimples on the palm they have a decent grip and haven't let water in yet.  My hands have felt slightly damp once, but I think that was sweat.

There have been reports though that their gloves and socks, on occasion, leak.  I can't fault my gloves though, and hope to get around to trying out the socks.
Title: Re: Sealskinz Ultra Grip Gloves
Post by: woollypigs on December 02, 2016, 10:07:09 pm
I really did like them, yes the damp would be sweat. As I have had damp fingers/gloves after a dry ride.

The main issue I got with them they take forever to dry when they get wet and therefore take a long time, if ever, to warm up on a cold ride.