Cold weather gloves

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Re: Cold weather gloves

Postby cp123 » Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:00 am

i use kathmandu ski gloves and my hands are toasty down to -7 (well, that's the coldest i've had them on in). I won't use them if its above about -2 as they sweat on the inside then.


they're my middle of winter ones and i would recommend them - but suggest only ever buying kathmandu stuff when its on one of their frequent sales. i might have to try some $12 Aldi ones though.... :lol:
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Re: Cold weather gloves

Postby Ross » Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:34 am

cp123 wrote: i might have to try some $12 Aldi ones though.... :lol:


Wrong side of town for you but this may be of interest - http://www.epic.act.gov.au/events/whats ... 2013-06-27 (on until 7th July)
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Re: Cold weather gloves

Postby cp123 » Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:17 pm

thanks ross - I'm actually at turner tomorrow doing sport so it won't be too much of a drive to go and have a sticky! I could get some new hot pink chicky babe gloves. :lol:
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