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Brett Peugh
(bpeugh) - F - M

Locale: Midwest
Unshelled wool gloves? on 11/27/2007 21:34:57 MST Print View

I was wondering what people have found to work for unshelled wool gloves other than the PossumDown ones. Something that keeps your hands warm and dry and has a lightweight and durability factor built in. Thanks.

John S.
(jshann) - F
Re: Unshelled wool gloves? on 11/28/2007 07:11:58 MST Print View

Defeet Wool Duragloves is what Andrew Skurka uses...you might look into those.

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
Wool Gloves on 11/28/2007 07:16:01 MST Print View

Your average $5 Army Wool glove (http://www.gr8gear.com/catalog/Gloves/) is actually pretty decent for keeping your hands warm and isn't scratchy.

Alternately, Smartwool, Icebreaker, and (I think) Ibex all make "nicer" wool gloves...

Oh, and here's a link for those Defeet gloves - DuraGlove

Edited by jdmitch on 11/28/2007 07:17:26 MST.

Brett Peugh
(bpeugh) - F - M

Locale: Midwest
Duragloves on 11/28/2007 10:18:33 MST Print View

Now if there was just some place that carried them in a L or XL

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(annapurna) - MLife
unshelled gloves on 11/29/2007 15:04:10 MST Print View

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Edited by annapurna on 05/02/2010 08:39:57 MDT.

Stephen Boyd
(sim)

Locale: Minnesowtah
Smartwool Glove Liners on 11/29/2007 17:50:11 MST Print View

I have a pair of the Smartwool glove liners and I think they are fantastic. They are amazingly warm for what they are.

Steve

Eric Blumensaadt
(Danepacker) - MLife

Locale: Mojave Desert
leather palms! on 11/29/2007 20:20:48 MST Print View

Ya need leather palms or the gloves will quickly wear out.


Eric