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    #16
    Bike gloves. I don't like my gloves super heavy.

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      #17
      The hatch gloves are excellent in that they provide very good carpal tunnel protection. Most other gloves do not give satisfactory protection to the wrist area.

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        #18
        Cold/Wet but not super cold (<15 degrees)...

        http://www.copquest.com/hatch-ns430-...es_12-1413.htm

        When it is colder I use these.


        http://www.copquest.com/hatch-apg30-...es_12-1312.htm

        Both give me pretty good dexterity while providing excellent grip.

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          #19
          Good to see you back posting again.

          Originally posted by SCI_OTR View Post
          Cold/Wet but not super cold (<15 degrees)...

          http://www.copquest.com/hatch-ns430-...es_12-1413.htm

          When it is colder I use these.


          http://www.copquest.com/hatch-apg30-...es_12-1312.htm

          Both give me pretty good dexterity while providing excellent grip.

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            #20
            Originally posted by SCI_OTR View Post
            Cold/Wet but not super cold (<15 degrees)...

            http://www.copquest.com/hatch-ns430-...es_12-1413.htm

            When it is colder I use these.


            http://www.copquest.com/hatch-apg30-...es_12-1312.htm

            Both give me pretty good dexterity while providing excellent grip.
            The NS430 is my favorite as well. I use mostly fingers and thumb, when contacting my short-tab push rings, rarely palm, so the nice fingerless climbing gloves do me no good. I especially appreciate the reinforced finger tips on the NS430, since that's what I grip with.
            "I have great faith in fools; self-confidence my friends call it." - Edgar Allen Poe

            "If you only know your side of an issue, you know nothing." -John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

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              #21
              Heh, seems everyone uses the NS430's, lol. I'm wearing the fingers through on them also the way I push, never did understand the purpose of fingerless gloves

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                #22
                my Harley riding gloves, about 100 bucks, like everything Harley, but last great........

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                  #23
                  Ive just bought a pair of these. They're a bit like mountain bike gloves (MTB) but seem more durable. When it comes to MTB gloves Fox ranger are the best for biking due to their finger panel design. They keep the material nice and tight all the way up to the knuckles. i cant stand baggy fingers!

                  Unfortunately im still bed/reclining chair bound at the moment. So I started a project of re-furbishing a few year old cheap RGK Hi-lite. Bloody Christmas has got in the way (bar humbug!) so i have to wait all the way till Jan until my new uphostory, cushion and other bits are sent out.

                  Before my spinal issue (paralysed from waist down for a few weeks now) I was mad into MTB and Dirtbikes. The wheelchair is my new bike. Now should i shell out on new wheels?!?
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                    #24
                    Moderators, please consider this thread for sticky; it has lots of great suggestions.
                    Chas
                    TiLite TR3
                    Dual-Axle TR3 with RioMobility DragonFly
                    I am a person with mild/moderate hexaparesis (impaired movement in 4 limbs, head, & torso) caused by RRMS w/TM C7&T7 incomplete.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by jams View Post
                      Ive just bought a pair of these. They're a bit like mountain bike gloves (MTB) but seem more durable. When it comes to MTB gloves Fox ranger are the best for biking due to their finger panel design. They keep the material nice and tight all the way up to the knuckles. i cant stand baggy fingers!

                      Unfortunately im still bed/reclining chair bound at the moment. So I started a project of re-furbishing a few year old cheap RGK Hi-lite. Bloody Christmas has got in the way (bar humbug!) so i have to wait all the way till Jan until my new uphostory, cushion and other bits are sent out.

                      Before my spinal issue (paralysed from waist down for a few weeks now) I was mad into MTB and Dirtbikes. The wheelchair is my new bike. Now should i shell out on new wheels?!?

                      I also like Mechanix a lot.
                      "I have great faith in fools; self-confidence my friends call it." - Edgar Allen Poe

                      "If you only know your side of an issue, you know nothing." -John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

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                        #26
                        I've been using the cheap work gloves from Home Depot.
                        Don - Grad Student Emeritus
                        T3 ASIA A 27 years post injury

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