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Love these gloves so much! the grip is incredible! they do struggle for grip when they are wet though . . . but that is the only downside!
This is overall a good glove. They're very warm considering how thin they are and they stay extremely dry. The only thing is you have to watch your hand drag because it will tear up the fingers in a matter of hours. Mine are already torn on the fingers from just two days of riding.
Viva La Grenade!!!
There are great spring gloves, I've been using them mid winter because my hands tend to get a bit warm after ridin a bunch. They have a cool design, good construction. They are comfy for being a thin spring glove yet warm enough to take on those cold yet sunny days.
Overall great construction, cool design, and protects your hands from the elements. Need I say more?
Great gloves for Spring
I love the grip on these gloves. They are really sticky and you can use a digital camera with these things on. If you want a glove that will allow your hands to stay nimble, these are great gloves. But don't expect warmth or water proof. They are not meant for cold weather and they can get slightly damp inside. But for the price, they are really nice.
I have had three other grenade gloves and have loved em! I ski all around maine and at sugarloaf me and my buds are always making jumps and my gloves take a lot of gnarly hikes through the woods. these have lasted longer than any other grenade glove I have owned. def get them!
Just wondering how warm these are? Thinking...
Just wondering how warm these are? Thinking about buying some in the orange. Would they cut on like a -10c day? Are they waterproof?
They aren't very warm. I only wear these riding if its a warm day (like warmer than 35 degrees F (~3 C). I would not recommend them for a -10 C day (14 F). You will have very cold hands. These also have no waterproofing. Your hands wont be totally soaked, but they wont be dry. I've worn these with it was about 28 degrees and freezing rain out and I was miserable.
Don't get me wrong though. I love these gloves (on a warm day). I wear them to work and when I'm walking around town and going out to the bars and stuff. They're comfortable and I get compliments on them all the time. They're just not made for snowboarding on cold winter days, they're made for spring.
If you want a pair of grenade gloves that are warm, I suggest the sub-zero gloves.
They aren't warm and they aren't waterproof just like Evannn says. However, they look good and are pretty awesome on a spring day. I had pair of Oakley pipe gloves that got completely soaked, and these don't. They will get a little damp inside but that's about it. I love em.