Hats Off...Gloves On


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EMS
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Hats Off...Gloves On

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I don't want to belittle any of Mike Cecchini's achievements and accomplishments, but the coolest thing he has done lately, as far as I am concerned, was to recommend the Tourmaster Dry-Mesh gloves in this message on the Brewer list:

http://listproc.ucdavis.edu/archives/cb ... /0003.html

I just came back from a 1950 mile round-trip, part of it through torrential down-pours and the only glove I wore were these. I never, NEVER, had hands that dry while riding in the rain before. On top of that, they were light and very comfortable to wear while riding in 80-degree weather in Alabama.
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Post by alimey4u2 »

Thanks for sharing Mike & Mike, the only thing that got wet coming back from Wales in torrential weather was my hands & feet. Feet... my fault, never wore my Belstaff "gaiters". Gloves...They're on my buy list ahead of carbon & chrome... :wink:
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Post by Terry »

Newenough has them for the same price + $8. shipping, but then they take paypal.

http://www.newenough.com/gloves/insulat ... glove.html
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