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Old 10-05-2012, 11:34 AM   #6
ttpete
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Originally Posted by pretbek View Post
I tried that, but I have a really hard time putting my gloves back on when I use these instead of silk liners.


Great tip, thanks for that, but I still prefer to use my Rain-Off three finger glove covers (very similar to the Aerostich ones) in stead of silk liners.
When I get my leather gloves soaked too often, they get smelly and stiff if I'm not careful.
I don't like getting leather gloves wet. I've been using the Aerostich elk hide gauntlets, both unlined and lined, and they've been great. The covers work well, and I just pull them on over the glove. I also have a pair of gloves made of wet suit material that keeps the hands warm even when wet.
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