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Gloves

 

Just been to a garden center and saw these gloves, I thought for £5.50 i'd give them a go one night when we eventually get a cold spell. 

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They look great. 

5 minutes ago, Dougy said:

Gloves

 

Just been to a garden center and saw these gloves, I thought for £5.50 i'd give them a go one night when we eventually get a cold spell. 

They look good value 🙂 

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I have been looking at the level 2 thermal protection, and they are middle of the road, and seem to be reasonably water resitant. For the price i dont think i'll moan. 

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3 minutes ago, Dougy said:

I have been looking at the level 2 thermal protection, and they are middle of the road, and seem to be reasonably water resitant. For the price i dont think i'll moan. 

So what do they look like lol. 

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1 minute ago, oowee said:

So what do they look like lol. 

Blimey. 

 

 

Gloves---------------- 5 fingers on each hand 

Black 

Picture added to show you what a pair of gloves look like😀

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Ah now I know what you mean 🙂 was wondering what sort of thermal gloves you can get for £5.50.  

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5 minutes ago, oowee said:

Ah now I know what you mean 🙂 was wondering what sort of thermal gloves you can get for £5.50.  

I suppose for allot of shooters they wont be any good. 

 

 

They dont have "shooting gloves" on the label. 

1 minute ago, old'un said:

There not the same LOL 

 

I've spent it now, mind you we saved 70% on some plant pots,😘 screwfix dont sell them. 

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Well its certainly warm enough to-do some potting up, just been outside and the thermometer on the south facing wall says 69F, mind you big rain storm coming tomorrow, so it looks like I will be indoors, the way this winter is going I don’t think you will need those gloves.

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4 hours ago, Dougy said:

I suppose for allot of shooters they wont be any good. 

 

 

They dont have "shooting gloves" on the label. 

 

They look ok to me. My sealskinz look the part and they are rubbish without putting hot warmers in the back of the mitts. 

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I've been using similar gloves for 2 years now, mainly for work (first set those screwfix ones, 2nd ebay). Far too stiff until washed twice so the fluff inside compacts a bit allowing the fingers to move more freely. Even now it's hard to get on the trigger, and you have no real feeling as such.

As a work glove I can't fault them, I mainly use them hedgecutting and chainsawing (all year around) as they knock out a fair bit of the vibrations. They do sweat and will actually make your hand colder if you aint using them, which is why I hardly use them shooting, long periods of doing nothing. 

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Not shore if you would get ya finger in the trigger guard with them, stick to potting 😂😂😂

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